Why do people hate Target's newest remodel?
"The magic of Target is gone," one person said.
Most Americans Would Stop Using a Brand After 1 Bad Experience: Survey
A whopping 54 percent of American consumers would stop using a brand after just one bad experience, with millennials in the majority (57 percent).
Fifth of Food-Related Gas Emissions Come From Transportation: Scientists
Researchers in Australia say transporting food around the world causes three gigatons of gasses to be emitted every year.
New Vehicle Prices in U.S. Set Record, Approaching $43K
Thomas King, president of data and analytics at J.D. Power, said there are simply not enough vehicles being manufactured to meet demand.
U.S. Consumer Prices Have Risen 5% in 12 Months, Biggest Jump Since 2008
May brought another surge in prices for American consumers—a .6 percent uptick over April and 5 percent over the past year, the biggest inflation spike since 2008.
King's Hawaiian Sued for Its Rolls Not Being Made in Hawaii
A class action lawsuit states that the company falsely leads consumers to believe its sweet rolls are made in Hawaii.
U.S. Alcohol Sales Increase 55 Percent in One Week
Hard liquor sales are up 75 percent year-on-year, as consumers stock up now bars and restaurants are closed in many states around the U.S.
How Entwined Are the European Union and India?
The 21st century will be Asia's for the taking; Europe is just along for the ride.
How to Avoid the New Monopolies That Doom Consumers
While textbook monopolies remain illegal, some businesses are so ubiquitous that it seems like consumers have no choice.
Different Shampoos, Different Prices, Same Results
All shampoos contain similar ingredients to clean your hair.
Is Apple Going Downhill?
Some seem to want Apple to "move fast and never fail"—an impossible task.
How John Lewis Ads Symbolize Christmas for British
John Lewis's Christmas ads have a special place in the U.K.'s national heart.
Post-Brexit Consumer Confidence Falls Dramatically
The majority of British consumers expect the economic situation to worsen in the next year.
BHS Collapses Into Administration
The demise of the department store hints at the biggest high-street failure since Woolworths in 2008.
Black Friday Crowds Thin After U.S. Stores Open on Thanksgiving
Shoppers responded to early Black Friday discounts with a mix of enthusiasm and caution.
Bargains and Backlash: Black Friday Around the World
For some, it's the biggest shopping day of the year. For others, it's just Friday.