Here's a quick rundown from the world of business and economics this morning: the things you need to know, and some you'll just want to know.
Many deeply discounted items on Black Friday and throughout the holiday shopping season are merely illusions, a new report says.
Black Friday can overwhelm even the savviest of shoppers. Fortunately, your smartphone is all you need to make sure you get the best prices on everything on your list.
This year, you'll find several interesting offers from card credit banks looking to give you every incentive to pull out their plastic for your holiday gift-buying.
The average cost of a Thanksgiving dinner for 10 is just $49.04. That's already quite a bargain, but here are some more ways to save on your feast.
Here's what you should know before applying for a store credit card.
Black Friday is drawing near, and so too are some big deals on electronics. That and other top money stories you need to know today.
Now that every major retailer has released its Black Friday circular, we take a look and determine who has the best doorbusters.
There's no place like home for the holidays. But finances can make that a real challenge. Here's how to tell your family you won't be home this holiday season.
Best Buy warns of an increasingly promotional environment heading into the holidays could hurt margins in the fourth quarter.
Using layaway plans during the holiday season gives you peace of mind that the gifts you want will be there, and lets you spread out costs. But there are hidden downsides.
The average American will spend about $740 on holiday gifts this year. But some budget-conscious families are saying no to big gift spending.
With so many retailers breaking into their holiday selling seasons on Thanksgiving, it may be time to retire the whole Black Friday idea.
Walmart will join the competition in opening for Black Friday deals at dinnertime on Thanksgiving -- though thousands of stores will be open 24 hours.
Target has become the latest retailer to say it will open earlier on Thanksgiving. Its Black Friday sales will start at 8 p.m. on the holiday, an hour earlier than in 2012.
J.C. Penney says a key sales barometer rose in October for the first time in nearly two years, a sign shoppers are slowly returning to the store brands.