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When the price of sugar falls, things get sweeter for processed food manufacturers such as J.M. Smucker and Hershey, if history is a guide.
When gas prices plummet, U.S. consumers use that extra cash to hit the road or fly to the Caribbean and Las Vegas, benefiting travel stocks.
Earnings season lets consumers see just how much they're paying up for certain brands, and how investors fare. USA Today reports.
Consumer watchdog advises thinking twice this holiday shopping season before buying toys. Group nominates the 10 worst toys in this annual list.
The surge in the U.S. dollar this month to an almost seven-year high versus the yen is very bad news for Ford investors, if past history is a guide.
Graco recalled 11 stroller models after reports of finger injuries ranging from lacerations to amputation.
Consumers are expected to spend nearly $2 billion on ultra high-def 4K TVs this year. But are they worth the high price tag this Christmas?
Readers have slammed a Barbie picture book for portraying men as more capable than women in technology, the Daily Mail reported on Wednesday.
The phrase "big data" has lost its meaning. But when specialty retailer Moosejaw talks about AgilOne, the hype is understandable.
An agency of the U.S. Justice Department is gathering data from thousands of cell phones by using fake communications towers on airplanes, the WSJ reported.
Asia consumer stocks appear expensive, but some analysts think they can rise further, getting a boost from falling commodity prices.
Fears that Russia's economic downturn will ravage European multinationals may have been overstated in some cases, with companies that sell beer and soap defying expectations.
The superstore has urged U.S. managers to improve performance on "Chilled and Fresh" items in its dairy, meat and produce departments.
Food giant Unilever is suing Hampton Creek, maker of eggless spread Just Mayo, accusing it of false advertising and fraud, the New York Times reports.
Movember sponsor Harry's is looking to shave off a piece of the $6.1 billion men's grooming industry with low-priced blades and bathroom products sold online.
In anticipation for double digit package growth, the Postal Service is expanding delivery services.
Herbalife reported earnings that missed expectations and offered a sales outlook that was well below forecasts, sending shares plunging 13 percent.
Argentina has accused Procter & Gamble of tax fraud and said it suspended its operations in the South American country.
U.S. cleaning products maker Clorox reported better-than-expected quarterly sales and adjusted profit, helped by strong demand for household products.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz defended the company's third-quarter results and shared his high hopes for the future.
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