With last minute shoppers checking off their lists, the Saturday before Christmas is predicted to dethrone Black Friday.
Nearly a week after black Friday sales started, some retailers in Collin County are still seeing red — in terms of revenue. But struggling small businesses are hoping to turn that red into green.
Chrysler sales rise 20 percent. GM sales up 6 percent. Ford sales drop 2 percent.
A survey of shoppers shows how early discounting, more online shopping and an improving economy have fewer people shopping on the weekend that kicks off the holiday shopping season.
As holiday shoppers look for deals the best one could be found at the gas station.
Black Friday sales are creeping earlier into Thanksgiving Day.
Wal-Mart Employees at an Arlington store joined the nationwide Black Friday job protests over hourly wages.
Turkey, stuffing and a helium-filled Thomas the Tank Engine are on the menu as friends and families gather across the United States on Thursday to celebrate Thanksgiving.
With Christmas just a month away, and it’s not yet Thanksgiving, many retailers are getting a jump on Black Friday by offering Thanksgiving Day specials. And some people are camping out to get them.
When Cyber Monday rolls around, the web is going to be all abuzz with the latest and greatest one-day deals. But you can get ready now. Here are some tips to get you started early.
Small Business Saturday will take place nationwide this year on November 29. Since its launch in 2010, it has helped change the landscape of neighborhoods big and small.
How many people actually know the history behind one of the most joyous seasons?