One retail category that remains popular: buying groceries online, something many people had not tried before the pandemic.
In-store purchases of clothes and accessories rose 21.9% from last year. Small businesses stand to benefit if they can attract once-cautious shoppers.
Millions of Americans are still shopping like crazy. But retailers worry their voracious appetite won't last much longer.
Some stores in the complex didn't survive pandemic closures, but other tenants expanded or relocated.
Many Americans who’ve gotten the shot are feeling anxious, but not so with the unvaccinated.
A lot of stores, brands and internet titans expect livestreaming to soar this year. And they’re investing accordingly.
Whether or not women recover economically from this pandemic is everybody’s problem.
As the pandemic retreats, Americans who can afford to spend on things they've been deprived of may start spending.
Stores and manufacturers are slimming down product selection in response to shopper behavior.
It's a sign Americans held back on spending during the start of the holiday shopping season.