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New generations come with different consumer preferences. Here's how Old Spice, Kelley Blue Book, KFC and YP are trying to reach millennials.
CNBC's Mary Thompson takes a look at what last minute shoppers are buying as they head to the stores on what is predicted to be one of the busiest shopping days in recent history.
Brick-and-mortar retailers will face more pain in 2016 as online retailers gain more ground, retail analyst Jan Rogers Kniffen says.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports shipping experts say the parcel carriers are on track for their best peak season performance in several years.
A busy Super Saturday weekend was likely too little too late to salvage a slow start to the holiday shopping season.
Are you shopping last-minute and don't know what to buy? These analysts have you covered.
The "Closing Bell" panel discuss Wal-Mart's investment focus into 2016, and whether the company can turn around, with Lizabeth Dunn, Talmage Advisors, and Chad Morganlander, Washington Crossing ADV.
Starcount helps retailers analyze social media, market and customer data to predict consumer behavior. Its CEO, Edwina Dunn discusses how consumer tastes are changing.
FedEx and UPS with a combined 947 million packages to deliver between Black Friday and Christmas Eve - up 8 percent from last year's forecasts.
17 percent of Americans had not started holiday shopping about a week before Christmas, according to a Reuters poll.
Despite recent trends showing online buying is on a tear, one retailer is betting big on brick and mortar by selling nothing online.
Avon Products agreed to sell 80.1 percent of its North America business to private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management for $170 million.
Roughly a quarter of returns take place during the holiday season — meaning an ill-advised purchase can quickly turn from bad to worthless.
Trader Joe's is recalling its Triple Ginger Brew products due to reports of unopened bottles bursting.
From rocky road ice cream sandwiches to street-style tacos to falafel, these restaurant dishes have one thing in common.
A rundown of scams that thieves use to drain gift cards of their value before the recipient can use them. NBCNews reports.
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