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While the holiday shopping season seems to be giving our economy a much-needed jolt, some big box retailers are reporting sluggish November sales figures. According to a report in today's New York Times, in-store sales figures at several major...
Despite decades if not centuries of bitter experience, business leaders apparently haven't absorbed the lesson that it's best to let your products speak for themselves and keep your big mouth shut. The latest executive to learn this the hard way is...
Fogelsville residents have been waiting a long time for their own full-scale supermarket. Based on my advance tour, I think they'll be thrilled when the Weis Markets on Route 100 opens its doors Sunday. Some impressions: It's big, but not...
State and federal authorities may have cracked down on unscrupulous mortgage lenders to avoid a repeat of the housing market meltdown, but there are still plenty of companies that are eager to dupe people into taking out bad loans. Exhibit A:...
Online shoppers eager for discounts this holiday season did not wait for Cyber Monday. U.S. consumers spent a record $1.042 billion online on Black Friday, a 26% increase over the same day last year, according to new figures from comScore, an Internet...
Glowing fish, giant dinosaurs, plasticized animals and more. That's not a description of the toy aisles at Target, or at least it's not only that. It also spotlights what's coming up in the new year at the area's family museums and zoos. Here are some...
The Hartford CourantIf the wretched excess of Black Friday has any benefit beyond the ritual of communal consumption, it is as a launching pad for days that are Not Black Friday. Opponents celebrate Buy Nothing Friday, online shoppers have Cyber Monday and...
"Black Friday" may be a thing of the past. That's because retailers are duking it out over who is the first store to open for the big annual holiday sales. What used to be a day-after-Thanksgiving ritual, is now inching closer and closer to the...
Did you know the origin of the term "Black Friday" has nothing to do with retail or shopping? Will Friday be the busiest day of the holiday season? Are Black Friday prices the best of the season? Is it worth camping out to receive Black Friday...
Tags: Consumers, Holidays, Toys "R" Us, Inc., Walmart
In Christmases past, if you were hot for the hottest holiday gifts, you had to plow your way through store doors in the morning blackness of Black Friday. Then came Cyber Monday, when you could land an even better deal shopping online while casually...
To the people who pitched tents earlier this week on sidewalks in front of Best Buy stores everywhere: You represent what's wrong with America. Thanksgiving was once the perfect holiday. Delectable food. No gift-giving or receiving. Football and old...
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