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They're willing to spend because they expect to be earning more next year.
Sales rose, and many of the gains were in discretionary categories.
Companies have created a new form of convenience with personalized products.
Some are thriving. Others are closing. All are strategizing.
Two new burgers made from plants look like meat, cook like meat, and taste like meat.
Instacart and other apps are competing for consistent customers, while worker pay is inconsistent.
Last year, the Trump administration imposed new tariffs on roughly $280 billion worth of U.S. imports — everything from solar panels and washing machines, steel and aluminum, and about half of what we import from China. In response, Ford, Coca-Cola,…
Experian says consumers who let the firm monitor their checking accounts could get easier access to credit.
Companies use your "customer lifetime value score," a secret shopper score of sorts, to determine how to treat you.
This Friday, the Friday after Thanksgiving, is ubiquitously referred to as “Black Friday” by retailers, consumers and the media. We wondered: What does the term mean? And where’d it come from? Click the audio player above to hear the full…