Energy analyst Stephen Schork says consumers won't pay much more than $2 per gallon at the pump in the coming months.
Strategic Wealth Partners CEO Mark Tepper and Key Advisors Group CEO Eddie Ghabour on how coronavirus vaccine news and the strength of the consumer are impacting markets.
National Association of Theater Owners CEO Jonathan Fithian on the need for stimulus in his industry and the news that Warner Bros. will release all 2021 films in theaters and HBO Max simultaneously.
As coronavirus cases surge in the U.S. grocery store CEO Stew Leonard says "you're seeing people stockpiling a little bit."
Despite rising car prices, there are ways to get top cars for less.
Thanks to a red-hot summer, contract signings are still 20.2% ahead of where they were last year.
Despite economic uncertainty during the pandemic, Americans still plan to spend more on holiday gifts this year.
Priceline CEO Brett Keller discusses his company offering deals on Cyber Monday to encourage Americans to book travel in the future and support the travel industry.
The job market is sagging, but it presents an opportunity for recruiters to step up.
The coronavirus pandemic has seen many Americans relocating out of crowded cities for more open places.
Ledbury CEO Paul Trible provides insight into the current state of retail.
National Retail Federation CEO and President Matthew Shay on why his organization is so optimistic going into this year’s holiday shopping season.
Storch Advisors CEO and former Toys ‘R’ Us chairman and CEO Gerald Storch says the lack of in-person lines at stores doesn’t equal a weak holiday shopping season due to the rise in online spending.
WalletHub found which stores have the best Black Friday deals this year.
Black Friday sales are going to be bigger than ever due to the “economic challenges” American retailers are facing throughout the coronavirus pandemic, reports digital coupon giant RetailMeNot, Inc.
H Squared chief research officer Hitha Herzog argues pent-up demand and consumers spending on credit will contribute to this year’s holiday shopping season.
Barbados' Welcome Stamp program, which allows tourists to live and work from the island, has already raked in $1 million in tourism dollars.
Consumers are griping online, flooding customer-service lines, defecting to competing brands and sharing tips to re-create the Peloton experience on rival bikes and treadmills.
Toilet paper aisles are emptying again as COVID-19 curfews and shutdowns in states from California to New York send pandemic-weary shoppers on a new scramble for essentials.
The cruise industry’s coronavirus shutdown is growing longer.