Secrets included a technique the alleged worker used to stop self-checkout shoplifters in their tracks, without them even knowing.
Although Daria Rose didn't make it past the first episode, the 24-year-old is a Harvard graduate and is a current student at Yale Law School.
"Ended up going to 4 different stores because a lot of shelves were empty," wrote one social media user.
"Walmart employees are not paid enough as it is. This is one perk they do get," one commenter said.
These are the candles found in many people's homes, but the jury is out on whether you can return them for new ones.
"What Nike doesn't want you to know about getting a free pair of shoes," the lawyer said in a TikTok video seen 67 million times.
The Instacart customer says they were not alerted of the item change before its arrival.
"Big companies like this try to make you wait as long as possible so you just give up. Whatever you do, don't give up," one commenter wrote under the TikTok.
Holiday sales rose 8.5 percent this year compared to 2020, according to Mastercard SpendingPulse.
Small changes can make a big difference in reducing your carbon footprint this Christmas.
"Crying in middle class," a TikTok user wrote in the comments.
Our dollars make a difference. How we spend them shows companies what we want, from the products on their shelves to the causes they support and how they are resourcing and advancing staffers of color.
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In an effort to help Americans shop smarter, BrandSpark, in partnership with Newsweek, has launched their 14th annual Best New Product Awards survey where thousands of consumers vote on new products across a variety of categories from food and beverage, to health and beauty, to household items.
Online thrift retailer ThredUp saw gift card sales jump 103 percent during the first two weeks of December compared to all of November, an executive said.
"It wasn't worth the headache," one store owner told Newsweek about keeping his store open.
"Straight out of the package infested," the caption of the viral video read.
The poll found 85 percent of Americans are paying more in food and gas in recent months yet only a quarter were making more money since the pandemic.
The protest movement is calling for people to support Black-owned businesses this festive period and "shake off the chains of consumerism."
While at a self-checkout station, the TikToker said he scanned his item but the system did not recognize it and an employee had to respond.
One major credit card company said that about six of every 10 of its customers in the U.S. began a buy now, pay later plan for the first time this year.
Black Friday deals aren't the same this year. Shoppers are expected to pay 5 percent to 17 percent more for items like clothes, TV and appliances.