Inflation pushes consumers to consider private labels over name brands
With inflation impacting everyone, consumers are now re-thinking what products they are buying at the store and even reaching for more in-house brands, experts say.
FedEx cutting out deliveries in some markets on Sundays
People living in more rural parts of the United States may soon have to wait longer for their deliveries after FedEx announced it is cutting back its Sunday deliveries in some areas.
Macy's opening four smaller format stores outside malls this fall
The retailer is doubling down on its Market by Macy's and Macy's Backstage store formats with new locations in metro-Atlanta, St. Louis and Chicagoland.
Toys R Us looking to make brick and mortar retail comeback in time for the holidays
Toys R Us flagship stores will be located in Atlanta, Chicago, Honolulu, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco and San Jose.
Amazon hits Facebook group administrators with lawsuit over fake product reviews
The fake reviews have targeted hundreds of products available on Amazon's stores in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain and Japan.
Semiconductor shortage is chipping away at car safety features
Some automotive safety features are getting harder to find as automakers remove technology from vehicles to navigate the ongoing semiconductor shortage.
Monday's trading: 5 things to know
Construction sentiment expected to show while conditions are good, rising costs, higher input prices and inventories affecting homebuilders
Consumer sentiment rises unexpectedly from record low
Consumer confidence rose in July, surprising economists who expected another decline after sentiment hit a record low last month amid soaring inflation.
June retail sales climb more than expected as Americans confront searing-hot inflation
The Commerce Department released new data on retail sales on Friday morning, revealing that U.S. households are still in a strong position despite the hottest inflation in decades.
Amazon slashing private-label selection amid weak sales: report
Amazon has decided to cut back on the number of products it sells under its own private labels as sales slow. It has also discussed exiting the private-label business entirely.
Despite high inflation, back-to-school spending projected to hit $37B
One-third of consumers are saving in other areas in order to cover the cost of back-to-school supplies for the upcoming year as inflation rises, hitting a new four-decade high in June.
Amazon Prime Day skirts inflation
Prime members saved a record $1.7 billion on more than 300 million items worldwide during this year's two-day extravaganza.