Brick-and-mortar retailers are starting to effectively compete against online-only competitors by leveraging the ubiquity of their stores to improve delivery times.
There are big potential payoffs -- like cheap vacations -- if you're willing to open and close a lot credit card accounts to get the best rewards.
This digital currency is still mostly flying under the radar. Does this signal opportunity for savvy investors? Or is it a fad you'd be wise to avoid?
Gamestop's holiday season delivered a lump of coal to investors, and it's only going to get worse. Every trend in gaming points to trouble for the retailer's business model.
To compete with online retailers and the "showrooming" trend, brick-and-mortar chains are becoming more open to bargaining with shoppers over the price of many items.
For most retailers, the 2013 Christmas season was more ho-hum than ho-ho-ho. But some companies' biggest products were flat-out bah-humbug disappointments.
Americans spend more than $340 billion a year on clothes and shoes, and most of that money heads overseas, despite the common view that made in the USA means better quality.
This holiday season alone, nearly 81 percent of shoppers will buy at least one gift card -- totaling nearly $30 billion. Here's what givers and receivers ought to know.
This holiday season, millions of people will buy smartphones, tablets, and other pricey devices, and salespeople will urge them to tack on extended warranties.
Here are a few interesting details you may not know about this year's winter retail dash.
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.
A warning for cash card users, and e-filing of tax returns hits an all-time high. Those and other top money stories you need to know Thursday.
Worried about buying at the wrong time this weekend and missing the best deal? Relax. DealNews has scoured its archives to tell us what to buy when over Thanksgiving weekend.
Retailers use big data to maximize revenue -- that is, to take as much of your money as they can. Why shouldn't you have the same power?
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.