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Black Friday 2015: Plan Your Shopping StrategyKnow where to go this Black Friday for all the best deals!
Many Stores Opening On Thanksgiving Day, But Others Will Stay ClosedA little turkey, a little family time, and then it's shop till you drop.
Black Friday: Strategies For Shopping SuccessIf you’re even thinking of going shopping on Friday, it pays to have a plan. From snagging a good parking spot to catching those crazy markdowns, we’ve put together some tips and strategies to help ensure a successful shopping trip!
Consumer Reports’ Turkey Do’s And Don’tsA perfect roast turkey is a beautiful centerpiece at Thanksgiving. But, be careful how you prepare it.
Does It Really Do That: Help With Gibi Pet GPS System's Technical IssuesEarlier this month, we told you about a GPS for your pets called Gibi.
How To Find The Best Sales For Black Friday And BeyondDuquesne University Marketing Professor Audrey Guskey says Black Friday has really lost its luster and doesn't have the power that it used to have.
Does It Really Do That? Star Shower Laser LightLove to decorate for the holidays, but dread the tangled mess of your outdoor lights? Star Shower Laser Light claims to shower your homes with thousands of laser lights in seconds. Does it really do that?
IBM App Tells You The Hottest Trending ItemsIf you're determined to learn what's hot before supplies run low, there's now an app for that!
Home Depot Continued To Sell Recalled ProductsHome Depot continued to sell recalled products after their recalls were announced, says the retailer and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
Toy Safety Organization Lists Ten Worst Kids' ToysAn organization that brings attention to potentially dangerous toys released their nominees for the top 10 worst toys for the 2015 holiday season.
Consumer Reports: Be Wary When Buying Meds OnlineAlmost 2 million Americans are trying to save money by buying medications online, according to a recent Consumer Reports survey. But government investigators have found that many rogue pharmacies peddle bad drugs online that can cause serious harm.
Tyson Recalls Chicken Wings On Complaints They Smelled BadTyson Foods Inc. is recalling more than 52,000 pounds of chicken wings after customers complained that they had a bad odor.
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