Black Friday is upon us once again. Deals for cut-price clothes, televisions, appliances – you name it – are popping up. And for a limited time only. While stocks last, you could snag a bargain before Christmas.
The retail industry is ever-evolving, with a constant stream of new products and fancy upgrades to tempt consumers. Do you really need that built-in vacuum in the new minivan? The ability to clean on the go is certainly convenient. ...
LG Display said Monday two people were killed and four others sickened by a nitrogen leak at its factory north of Seoul.
Competition between mobile telephone companies like Telephone Systems International, Vodafone, or T-Mobile unleashes an offers war between operators to capture new customers. A study at the University of Valencia (UV) shows ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- Individuals investing in stocks let their emotions guide them more than facts, often to their financial detriment, a new UC Davis study finds.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Haas professor Terrance Odean, who studies behavioral finance, finds that trading patterns involving previously owned stock are driven by a desire to avoid or at least limit anticipated regret.
If you've ever suffered from a bad case of buyer's remorse, there may be a scientific remedy: spend more cognitive effort.