This Year, More Returns Expected Before The Gifts Are OpenedThe gifts under the tree haven't been opened yet, but it appears people are already returning their holiday hauls.
What Shoppers Need To Know About The Sears BankruptcyWith Sears closing 142 unprofitable stores near the end of the year, and 46 others by November, what's a shopper to do?
Kroger To Start Selling Products Directly To Chinese ShoppersKroger will start to sell some of its products to Chinese shoppers through a website owned by internet giant Alibaba.
Amazon Getting In The Delivery Business With "Prime" Branded VansWith Amazon's new program rolling out Thursday, contractors across the country can launch businesses that deliver Amazon packages.
Who's That Selling Steaks Off A Truck? It's AmazonThe first Treasure Truck hit the streets of Amazon's Seattle hometown in 2016. It expanded to 25 U.S. cities by last fall.
Retailers Step Up Personalization On Their WebsitesOnline retailers are trying to build stronger connections with shoppers used to the customization of Amazon.
Cyber Monday Shoppers Expected To Click "Buy" More This YearGet ready to shop ‘til you drop without ever getting up from your desk or maybe even leaving your house. It’s Cyber Monday and retailers are trying to entice you to click the "buy" button online.
Walmart To Offer Black Friday Deals Early On Its WebsiteWalmart hopes to tempt shoppers with online deals before Black Friday. It's even beginning some online deals on Thursday.
Coach No More; Company Wants To Be Called TapestryTo better incorporate all of the brands it now owns, the storied Coach company of New York is changing its name to Tapestry.
Coach's Bling Fling, Will Spend $2.4B To Buy Kate SpadeCoach will spend $2.4 billion for Kate Spade, tying together two premier brands in the luxury goods sector that have fought to snare younger shoppers.
Holiday Shopping Season Is Losing Some Of Its PowerNovember and December now account for less than 21 percent of annual retail sales at physical stores, down from a peak of over 25 percent, and experts believe it'll keep dropping.