Services like Affirm and Klarna charge interest for allowing consumers to pay for their purchases in installments.
Retailers are making a calculation about what to put on shelves. And it comes down to supply and demand.
Aliya Wanek's clothing line is still more popular than it was in 2019, so she reduced her hours at her day job.
While prices are rising for consumers, that's not discouraging them from making purchases.
A Deloitte seasonal survey finds the percentage of people who say they are not planning to buy gifts or pay for holiday experiences is at a 10-year high.
For some businesses, the answer is no, but it depends on the value of the product in question.
The pop-up shop has more than 1,400 stores throughout the U.S. and Canada, taking over iconic locations such as Barneys on Seventh Avenue.
Three independent retailers on how they're dealing with shortages, price increases and high demand.
It means businesses know that consumers want to buy and are working to meet that demand.