Costco has kept the cost of its hallmark hot dog and soda combo at just $1.50 for its members nationwide since 1985 despite rising food prices elsewhere.
Fredericksen Hardware & Paint, a generation-old home improvement store in San Francisco, is being forced to provide a staff escort for each customer as theft threatens the business. (KTVU)
About 120,520 gun safes from four different companies have been recalled after reports of faulty biometric locks allowed unauthorized users to open them.
Work at an Amazon fulfillment center in a suburb of Chicago appears to have resumed, after employees had evacuated due to a fire Thursday morning.
Hennion & Walsh Asset Management President Kevin Mahn breaks down Nvidia's better-than-expected sales and earnings data and previews the retail earnings report.
Dunkin' has launched a new energy drink. This comes months after Panera faced issues with its own caffeinated drink, "Charged Lemonade," which has been named in three lawsuits.
Millions of AC adapters sold with Toshiba-brand personal laptop computers are being recalled due to concerns that they can "overheat and spark, posing burn and fire hazards."
The maker of the popular Stanely drink tumblers is being sued by consumers alleging they were deceived about the presence of lead in the products.
Storch Advisors CEO Gerald Storch weighs in on Walmart earnings, 2024 retail sales, consumer behavior, his outlook on buy-now-pay-later, recession fears and the Chinese company Temu.
The Strategic Organizing Center, a coalition of labor unions, is claiming that Starbucks has lost its way when it comes to dealing with its multi-yearlong battle with labor issues.
The NYPD is searching for two men and woman who stole $51K worth of merchandise from the Gucci store in New York City's Meatpacking District. (CREDIT: NYPD)
Former Walmart exec Marc Lore on the growth of his food delivery startup Wonder and plans to expand its brick-and-mortar footprint.
Former President Donald Trump introduced a new shiny gold sneaker called "Never Surrender High-Tops," of which only 1,000 were made, and are already sold out.
Retailers like Amazon, Walmart and Target are offering steep discounts in Presidents Day sales on everything from appliances to mattresses, clothing household items and more.
Credit card debt rose due to consumer spending, but the economy is starting to rebound also in part to higher spending.
Costco's prices are key for bulk buyers, but one food shopping expert says that some groceries may be found with better deals at local supermarkets.
Nike is laying off 2% of its corporate workforce to cut costs. The company seeks to invest in priority areas such as running and its Jordan brand, according to CEO John Donahoe.
The Labor Department said Friday that its producer price index, which measures inflation at the wholesale level before it reaches consumers, jumped 0.3% in January from the previous month. A 'Mornings with Maria' panel with more.
Starbucks opened the first store in the nation that is modeled off its inclusive framework to make ordering coffee more accessible and seamless for customers.
Target is launching a new brand that will price most items under $10 in an effort to appeal to price-conscious shoppers. Some items will cost under $1.