The pressure to deliver for online shoppers is on.
The holiday season has a waste problem.
The Republican tax plan seems about to hand a bow-tied holiday gift to some of America's richest multinational companies, from Apple and Microsoft to Google's parent Alphabet: Tens of billions in tax breaks on profits they've ...
The technological revolution has hit the doll aisle this holiday season in the form of artificial intelligence dolls. The dolls blend a physical toy with either a mobile device and app, or technological sensors, to simulate ...
Consumers might be more naughty than nice when shopping this holiday season and facing a "should I or shouldn't I" purchase.
The mere thought of holiday traditions brings smiles to most people's faces and elicits feelings of sweet anticipation and nostalgia. We can almost smell those candles, taste those special meals, hear those familiar songs ...
It's Christmas Eve, you still have gifts to buy, and as the hours tick by, your options grow thin.
If it feels like holiday shopping brings out the worst in people—you might be right.
A retail trade group estimates that people who shopped both online and in stores from Thanksgiving to Cyber Monday spent more than those who stuck to one or the other.
American families blend a mix of religious identities and traditions today more than ever. The interfaith dynamics are reflected in day-to-day life, but they can become even more apparent during the holidays.