Everyone knows trick-or-treating on Halloween is a way to get free candy.
Forty percent of consumers have curbed spending because of the partial government shut down, according to a new poll by the International Council of Shopping Centers.
We’ve been talking about showrooming (when consumers check out products in store, then order online) for several years.
Dressing as a witch for Halloween this year? Have a tot ready to trick-or-treat as a princess?
Came across this story today from Daily Finance and love the context it adds to the story I wrote last week on Christmas creep.
Every year people groan about how early Christmas promotions begin.
Expect to see holiday promotions begin while still buzzing from Halloween candy.
We’re well into September and for many folks, that means holiday shopping is already beginning.
The new Nordstrom Rack at Belle Isle Station doesn’t open until Thursday, but I (and about 750 other people) got a sneak peek at the store during a VIP shopping event this afternoon.
Shoppers have spoken. Stores magazine recently released its list of consumers’ favorite e-commerce websites.
Just in time for fall: three new stores are opening at Norman’s University North Park shopping center, off I-35 between Tecumseh Road and Robinson Street.
There’s an interesting piece in the Minneapolis Star Tribune on Target Australia, a retailer with striking similarities to the American Target, including a logo of a red bullseye.
So the kiddos are back in school and Christmas is still three months away…time to gear up for Labor Day!
A Wall Street Journal story published Wednesday examined how retailers like Kroger, Walmart and McDonald’s are using technology to keep shoppers from waiting in long lines as they checkout.
Business writer Jennifer Palmer takes a look at where and how we shop, saving and spending and retail in Oklahoma and beyond, with a special focus on local businesses.