Strong online sales and demand for furniture and women's apparel helped U.S. retail sales grow this holiday season, according to MasterCard. » Read More
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Americans heading to the malls this holiday season are less optimistic on the economy than they were a year ago and it could depress their spending.
This holiday shopping season, a growing number of consumers is asking one key question: What's the rush?
Many Americans are now taking a breather from their holiday spending — meaning fewer crowds at the registers.
Despite its many potential risks, this hot tech gadget, coveted by kids and adults alike, is currently selling on eBay every 12 seconds.
The on-demand consumer is now empowered with price-comparison apps that offer everything—from price drops alerts to retail trends.
Total online sales on Cyber Monday rose 16 percent from last year, to $3.07 billion.
Small retailers have been outperforming their larger counterparts for more than a year.
Shipping costs aren't the only thing weighing retailers' digital profits this holiday season.
Neiman Marcus shoppers hoping to scoop up Black Friday deals were instead greeted with an error message.
A glitch on Brooks Brothers' website caused a number of holiday shoppers to get overcharged.
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Online sales may not be the saving grace retailers were hoping for.
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