Outdoor gear retailer REI is doing its part to preserve the spirit of Thanksgiving by closing its doors and urging its workers and customers to get out — literally.
Some people are a bit peeved at the fact that protests against injustices such as the deaths of Michael Brown, Eric Garner and Tamir Rice are causing traffic or getting in the way of their holiday shopping. Or worse yet, seeping into professional sports.
The holiday season is upon us. Sadly, the big retailers are Scrooges when it comes to paying their staffs.
Amazon's latest "Prime Air" plan to drop your orders on your doorstep in half an hour leaves a lot to be desired. But Stephen Colbert has come up with a brilliant way for people to get products instantly—all he needs is Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' money.
He came to California to drop a lump of rhetorical coal on Walmart's doorstep, and he went away in handcuffs.
It happened again. Someone got hurt -- in this case stabbed -- participating in the annual shopping mayhem known as Black Friday.
Costumes for little girls are now firmly part of the trend toward an overly sexualized Halloween celebration.
Is it really true that higher wages would be devastating for individual consumers? The answer, it seems, depends on your definition of "devastating."
What happens when you give your computer a $50 monthly budget and access to your Amazon account?
It appears the controversial decision by some retailers to start Black Friday sales on Thanksgiving has paid off.