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CNBC.com retail reporter Krystina Gustafson reports bank owned homes, paying with credit cards, and jobs are the hottest topics among CNBC.com readers.
Can "Super Saturday" save the holiday retail season? Sucharita Mulpuru-Kodal, Forrester Research, discusses retail sale days. Mulpuru-Kodal says department stores are doing pretty well this season.
If you're putting off going to the mall for holiday shopping, maybe you should stay home, and shop online naked. Apparently, a lot of people do it.
The 11th-hour moves include a barrage of emails broadcasting drastic promotions, including half-off discounts on all merchandise.
The credit card breach at the retail giant happened the day before Thanksgiving, but the news didn’t break until three weeks later. Why the delay?
Next Wednesday is Christmas, and according to the National Retail Federation more than a fifth of shoppers still aren't finished with their lists.
Nate Forbes, The Forbes Company, has the update on brick and mortar shopping, as more consumers turn to the Internet to fill their shopping needs. The online experience supplements the shopping experience, Forbes points out.
The world's biggest hamburger chain is stuck with a lot of unsold chicken from its Mighty Wings promotion, a new report said.
Retailers promise time and money savings during the holidays with online ordering programs. We tested them to see how convenient they are.
This holiday season, spending by the ultra-wealthy is expected to grow by almost 4 percent, averaging about $3,400 per household. Experiences and travel top the gift list.
The feeding frenzy for sales during the holiday season has retailers in a "battle on margins" this year, J. Crew Chairman and CEO Mickey Drexler told CNBC.
Nike says its net income jumped 40 percent, helped by higher average selling prices and an increase in revenue around the world.
Consumers should take precautions if they are one of the 40 million Target customers whose credit card data was breached this holiday shopping season.
Whole Foods announced it won't sell Chobani yogurt starting next year, but Chobani's CEO told CNBC Thursday that it will not hurt the business.
Bauer's new line of ice hockey skates uses a system called "OD1n." Its CEO Kevin Davis discusses the new equipment, as well as the new body suit. "
CNBC's Jane Wells and Courtney Reagan participate in a battle between Amazon versus Whole Foods, and which retailer delivered the fastest.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on the gifts players at college bowl games will receive, including Fossil watches and Oakley sunglasses. The limit each player can receive is up to $550.
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at what college football bowl games award the best gifts to the players. Chu also breaks down the ticket prices of the BCS games.
Michael Indursky, Bliss president, discusses the various forms of advertising tools used to reach consumers, and showcases some of his company's products.
Retailers promise to save you time and money shopping online during the holiday season. CNBC's Jane Wells and Courtney Reagan go head to head and put Wal-Mart and Amazon to the delivery time test.