From the security guards at the door to the cameras near the register, it may seem as if retailers are taking aim at shoplifters from the outside world. In reality, thieves from within are taking a bigger bite out of companies’ bottom lines.
Tradesy is looking to turn the traditional online resale market on its head by taking care of the time-consuming, complicated and annoying things that deter people – especially women – from selling online in the first place.
Gold is finding its way into the wallets of some of the richest consumers in Kazakhstan – in credit-card form.
Know a good bronze sculptor? How ‘bout a skilled glassblower? There’s a reason you probably don’t – but one website is trying to change that.
While it’s almost never a prime factor in a home’s marketability, the literal address of a home can sometimes impact its appeal to potential buyers.
The day when the iPad becomes a necessity for K-12 students may be closer than you think.
There appears to be a surprising stability in Americans’ attitude toward the rich despite a debate over economic fairness that has hit fever pitch in recent years.
While restaurants across California have had to make adjustments to comply with the ban on foie gras, some of them are still finding ways to bring the French delicacy to the table.
When it comes to planning a vacation, travelers seem to have more choices than ever. From putting a vacation on layaway to buying a flight without knowing the carrier, here are three new-fangled booking concepts that exist today.
The tale of the celebrity who doesn’t pay his or her taxes is one of the oldest in Hollywood. Here’s why.
When Omni Hotels & Resorts cuts the ribbon on its new hotel in Nashville late next year, some U.S. veterans may have particular reason to celebrate.
At $950 a pop, Ted Gibson’s haircuts are already the most expensive in the world. Apparently, they’re not expensive enough.
If you've ever wondered whether celebrities insure parts of their body just to get publicity, you'd be mostly right.
Ford’s plan to use old U.S. paper currency to make vehicle parts sheds light on what happens to cash when it becomes too worn for circulation.
The Spa at Trump is one of the few venues in the world where guests can (almost) literally shower themselves in diamonds.
A Canadian denim company is selling a $150 pair of jeans that smells like raspberries.
It’s often said that the rich have the world at their fingertips. When it comes to shopping, however, it seems they prefer to use their legs.
In just the last two months, two new luxury-lifestyle magazines have made their way to newsstands. Come late August, another will join them and it may be seeking the wealthiest readers of them all.
In the same way that they buy Snickers and Skittles, shoppers in Los Angeles can just as easily buy a new set of skivvies.
Pen enthusiasts are alive and well – and neither the weak economy nor the new iPad seem to have smudged their passion.