Online Spending Shows Smartphones Are The New Shopping MallShoppers aren't just browsing on their phones — they're clicking "buy" in record numbers.
Fort Worth Police Increase Patrols, Offer Safety Tips After Attacks Near Hulen MallThe holiday shopping season is upon us… but beware there are armed and dangerous holiday Grinches lurking.
Chi Omega Christmas Market Returns To Dallas For 42nd YearAn estimated 11,000 visitors are expected to browse and buy, all for a very good cause.
Black Friday Deals Appearing In North Texas Right NowResearch from the National Retail Federation shows people are starting their holiday shopping earlier.
Investors Caught Off Guard By Weak Holiday Sales At Department StoresUnemployment is low, wages are rising, consumer confidence is high and gasoline is cheap, but that didn't result in more Americans loosening their purse strings this past holiday season.
Amazon Turning To Flex Drivers In DFW To Help With Holiday RushThe service belongs to the growing list of companies in the "gig" business, jobs for independent contractors that offer flexibility and quick cash.
Good Signs For Retailers On Cyber MondayCyber Monday is expected to deliver a $7 billion pay day for online retailers.
While Black Friday Deals Are Aplenty, Shoppers Can Also Experience Holiday SpiritWith quick and convenient shopping as close as the nearest keyboard, retailers know that consumers leave home in search of experiences. And when it comes to holiday tradition, Galleria Dallas delivers.
Gifting Experiences, Not Gadgets, Is Trending Heading Into 'Small Business Saturday'According to consumer spending research, the trend now is gifting loved ones special experiences, rather than the latest gadget.
Chi Omega Christmas Market Returns To Fair Park: 'This Is The Big One'A decades-old Christmas market returns to Dallas Wednesday night, defying the conventional wisdom that customers would rather buy online.
Black Friday 2018: "Deals" To Avoid At Best Buy, Target, WalmartOne online shopping expert says some Black Friday deals already announced this month should be avoided "like the plague".