Devon Williams doesn't bother reading Best Buy's fliers for discounts this holiday season now that he depends on his smartphone to find those deals for him.
One item sure to be on many holiday shopping lists this year is a tablet. But which one to choose?
Retailers will not be getting a lump of coal during the 2012 holiday shopping season, but Santa won't be stuffing their stockings full either, says a Ball State economist.
Online sales for "Cyber Monday," the traditional debut for US holiday Web shopping, jumped to $1.465 billion this year, a research firm said Wednesday.
US online shoppers clicked their way to a new record for "Cyber Monday," boosting sales by 30.3 percent for the traditional start for Internet holiday shopping, a survey showed Tuesday.
Americans clicked away on their computers and smartphones for deals on Cyber Monday, which is expected to be the biggest online shopping day in history.
U.S. stocks rose solidly on Black Friday, the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season. Traders were encouraged by positive economic news from Germany and China, two engines of global growth.
The holidays are coming fast, and if you're like me, you've probably gotten very little of your gift shopping done.
US online holiday sales are already on the rise, and are expected to grow 17 percent from last year to $43.4 billion, a new forecast said Wednesday.
Anyone with a smartphone can now be a savvy cybershopper for the holiday season.