The retailer says union groups trespassed on its stores to address unfair labor policies, but critics and competitors say the superstore is missing the point.
After being sheltered for so many years, the online retailer ironically may be backing a change for buyers.
The company is happy with tests that allow customers to scan items with their phones and check out on their own.
Tighter family budgets mean fewer Peeps, chocolate eggs and bonnets. Shoppers say they'll be looking for bargains.
Shoppers may be more active after they get their refunds.
We'll hit some kind of 'new normal' as the shock of the smaller paychecks wears off and consumers reset their priorities.
One million phones were purchased by an undisclosed buyer. We try to figure out who it could be.
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