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Nike hopes parents will sign up for kids' sneaker club

by Meghan McCarty Carino Aug 12, 2019
Parents would pay a monthly fee starting at $20 for four pairs of shoes, but how many do kids really need?
People walk by a Nike store in Manhattan in 2018 in New York, New York.
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Big drugstore beauty brands grapple with competition and savvy consumers

by Meghan McCarty Carino Jul 1, 2019
New niche brands from Korean beauty to vegan organic lines are growing faster than mainstays like CoverGirl.
Legacy brands like Revlon and CoverGirl have been losing market share to luxury and specialty products.
Lea Aharonovitch via Flickr

The market for customized goods is here, thanks to your data

by Kai Ryssdal and Liz Sanchez Apr 25, 2019
Companies have created a new form of convenience with personalized products.
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P&G posts gains thanks to growing Shave Club. Wait. What?

by Erika Beras Oct 19, 2018
Procter & Gamble posted its strongest quarterly sales growth after five years of no growth. Some savvy rebranding of old, familiar products and the introduction of organics has helped pull in younger customers. The company also trimmed its marketing budget…

P&G posts gains thanks to growing Shave Club. Wait. What?

by Erika Beras Oct 19, 2018
Procter & Gamble posted its strongest quarterly sales growth after five years of no growth. Some savvy rebranding of old, familiar products and the introduction of organics has helped pull in younger customers. The company also trimmed its marketing budget…

Richard Thaler wins Nobel for work in behavioral economics

by Marketplace Contributor Oct 9, 2017
The Nobel committee said Thaler’s work shows how human traits affect individual decisions and market outcomes.
Nobel prize winner Richard Thaler.
Courtesy of the University of Chicago

"What's a department store, Dad?"

by Dan Weissmann Aug 14, 2015
The street-side retailers lost their cultural dominance; now they're losing sales.

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Your groceries are still shrinking

by Jenny Ament Aug 7, 2015
It's not an optical illusion. We're paying more for less.

For many, rebates are worth jumping through some hoops

by Jim Burress Feb 9, 2015
Customers often use a rebate to justify buying something they want anyway.

Consumer confidence on the rise at year's end

by Mitchell Hartman Dec 30, 2014
“People expect the economy to improve, and their personal finances to improve."