Richard Blumenthal

Rite Aid's White-Coat Problem: That's Not a Pharmacist

When you step up to the pharmacy counter at Rite Aid to discuss your symptoms with the helpful employee clad in a white coat, do you know if you're speaking to a pharmacist or just a "wellness ambassador"? Two U.S. senators say that the distinction isn't clear enough.

Teens Struggling to Find Elusive Part-Time Jobs

The economic turmoil that has left many Americans without work is having a disproportionate effect on teenage job-seekers, whose quest for entry-level positions often pits them against experienced older workers willing to take any job for a paycheck.

Amazon, Apple Targeted in E-Book Antitrust Probe

E-readers like the Kindle and Nook may be on a rapid descent toward rock-bottom prices, but what about the prices of e-books? According to Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, they are too high, too uniform, and look too much like a violation of antitrust practices.

Conn. Leads Google WiFi Breach Probe

Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal announced Monday he will lead a multistate investigation into how Google collected users' Web activity data as its Street View cars crawled through cities in 30 countries worldwide, taking pictures for Google Maps.