Anxious turkey farmers and grocers scrambling to predict what people will want on their holiday tables.
With more folks at home during the ongoing pandemic and fewer retail outlets offering traditional, in-person Black Friday deals, a new report from Adobe predicts that online holiday shopping will "shatter" all records from years past.
Those polled estimate they'll spend an average of $805 on holiday gifts this year, down from $942 spent last year before the pandemic.
The new improvements to Google Shopping comes as online searches for "early deals" have begun to surge ahead of Black Friday and the holiday shopping season.
According to a press release, the retailer has now filed a draft asset purchase agreement, which brings the department store chain one step closer to a sale with mall owners Brookfield Asset Management and Simon Property Group.
Rudolph and his still-shiny nose are getting a new home, and it's bound to be a lot nicer than the Island of Misfit Toys.
Trick or treat but don’t book house parties through Airbnb.
One man’s trash is another man’s… way to give candy to kids.
Airbnb isn’t going to let Halloween pass by without some scares.
The plan would reportedly require travelers to be tested both before their flight and again upon arrival, allowing them to avoid lengthy quarantine periods.
Curbside is key to preserving jobs in retail, even if sales floors evolve into mini-fulfillment centers.
The decision to close comes as retailers grapple with how to handle a unique holiday season.
Recruiting efforts for its stores and distribution centers will kick off on Oct. 14, otherwise known as "National Signing Day."
Williams-Sonoma has joined a slate of retailers that plan to close all of their U.S. shops on Thanksgiving Day.
Global digital sales this upcoming holiday season will increase by 30% and reach all-time highs as consumers who have been staying away from brick-and-mortar stores because of the coronavirus pandemic increasingly turn to the Internet to make their purchases, Salesforce is predicting.
Forget the partridge in a pear tree, Sam’s Club just released a much more practical gift for celebrating “The Twelve Days of Christmas.”
Two Confederate-themed Halloween costumes are being pulled from the shelves of Party City after a White Virginia woman who adopted two Black children slammed the outfits as racist.
It turns out that pepper-spraying each other for a discounted flat-screen TV was never really a necessary part of the holiday shopping experience after all.
Grocers are looking to beef up their inventory ahead of the upcoming holiday shopping season and in preparation for a potential second wave of COVID-19.
The National Confectioners Association recently reported that Halloween candy and chocolate sales were up 13%.