BBB pitches intelligent buying

10/17/2007 | NYTimes.com

The Better Business Bureau is trotting out a new look at the age of 95. The nonprofit organization is rebranding itself as a consumer education network in a bid to alter its image as being solely a repository for complaints and to compete with Internet rivals, including Angie's List, which rely on consumer insights and recommendations about service providers.

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