Amazon Courting Holiday Food ShoppersAmazon wants you to order turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce online this Thanksgiving. It's the company's latest effort to make their Prime subscription service a central part of food shopping.
Walmart Pushes Service As Target Stresses ValueWalmart, long known for emphasizing low prices, wants to be known this holiday season for superior customer service. That comes after its main rival Target, which has a better image in that regard, stressed a focus on offering deals.
'Good Housekeeping' Picks The Best Toys Of 2016Most children have already started working on a list for Santa, but there's another list that parents will want to keep an eye on this season. Good Housekeeping magazine has announced its 2016 Best Toy Award winners.
Neiman Marcus Reveals 2016 Fantasy Holiday GiftsIf you don't have a spending limit this Christmas, then the Neiman Marcus catalog might have the perfect gift ideas for you. The retailer released their annual holiday catalog on Wednesday.
More Retailers Are Staying Home For Thanksgiving DayIt looks like some families will spend more time with each other this Thanksgiving. That’s because some mall operators and retailers that had opened their doors on Thanksgiving Day in recent years are reversing that trend.
AT&T Investing Millions To Keep Global HQ In Downtown DallasAT&T is investing millions of dollars and partnering with the city of Dallas to execute a plan that would keep their global headquarters downtown.
Amazon Expands Dash Ordering Wand To Entire CatalogAmazon has updated its barcode-scanning Dash shopping wand so that you can now buy anything with it, not just groceries. The wand was initially launched in 2014 and could only be used on Prime Fresh items.
Feds Issue Rules Protecting Prepaid Debit Card UsersFederal regulators announced new rules governing the prepaid debit card industry, an effort that should bring basic account protections to its customers, who are often financially disadvantaged.
Back To College; What To Buy And What To Skip!The countdown is on before parents send their kids off to college. Knowing what to send them with is an overwhelming task.
JCPenney Reports $56 Million Loss In Q2JCPenney on Friday reported a loss of $56 million in its fiscal second quarter. On a per-share basis, the Plano company said that it had a loss of 18 cents. The results surpassed Wall Street expectations.
Department Stores Look To Become DestinationsDepartment stores trying to recapture their appeal to consumers are making plans to provide more experiences like spas and restaurants, and offer exclusive selections to transforms the store into more of a destination.
Walmart Buying Online Retailer Newcomer Jet.comWalmart has agreed to buy fast-growing online retail newcomer, which had launched with a splash a year ago when it announced its intention to challenge online leader Amazon.

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