It’s Christmas in July.
Move over Amazon Prime. Walmart.com may be coming after you.
Some budding fashionistas are turning to their smart phones and tablets to help them clean out their closets.
If you haven’t wrapped up your holiday shopping, you may want to cross some items off your list today.
After a busy holiday weekend in shopping malls, millions of Americans are expected to log on and keep shopping on the day dubbed Cyber Monday.
Don’t get lost in the sea of sales, coupons, flyers and email lists. Take a little time to organize and you can save a bundle this holiday season.
The crack of dawn isn’t the only option for Black Friday shopping.
Dairy Queen is just the latest victim of cybercrime, joining a growing list of six hundred companies including Target, Home Depot, Michaels and JPMorgan-Chase.
Staples is closing 225 of its 1,846 stores by the end of next year; although, it won’t say where.
PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) A lot of people are doing their shopping online these days. Are there state taxes you aren’t paying for online sales? PA Secretary of Revenue Dan Meuser joined KDKA’s John Shumway to explain the law.
It’s CyberMonday — a day where shopping online might yield better deals — so maybe it’s no surprise lots of employees sneaked some time to go online while at work, one survey predicted.
Millions of people buy all kinds of things online from electronics to jewelry — with eBay and Overstock being two popular sites for online shopping.
Consumers in Pennsylvania could pay more on an internet sales tax bill if the legislation passes in a vote later today in the United States Senate.
This holiday season is shaping up to be very successful for retailers, especially online. Consumers spent more than $1 billion shopping online on Black Friday, breaking a record.
Rob Pratte talked to Duquesne University Marketing Professor Dr. Audrey Gusky about holiday shopping.