The price of pork is giving many consumers sticker shock at the supermarket, where bacon prices alone have jumped at least 30 percent in recent weeks.
99-Cents Only and other stores are seeing their sales decline after years of growth — and one analyst said on Monday it’s another sign of even deeper downturn.
A Westside consumer advocate group isn’t laughing as it calls on the world’s most popular social networking website to stop issuing “funny money”.
I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: this stuff writes itself.
For the second straight month, Americans are losing confidence in the U.S. economy, which could spell trouble for the sputtering recovery.
Retailers reported muted May revenue growth on Thursday as bad weather and worry over the rising cost of living held back shoppers’ demand for spring and summer merchandise.
Even if you don’t usually shell out $4 for your morning cup o’ Joe, you may soon find your wallet a little lighter after scooping up your morning coffee.
Drivers in Wilmington waited in long lines at the Valero gas station in Wilmington for premium unleaded at $1.10-a-gallon, but it turns out it was all a computer glitch.
It turns out “saving the earth” may be costing local businesses millions of dollars.
A monthly survey says concerns about jobs and inflation eased in April, pushing the Consumer Confidence Index above expectations.
A proposed law to keep your online habits private may face strong opposition from online advertisers and trade groups.
Officials are warning consumers to avoid the large inflatable plastic bubbles that children and even adults can get inside and use to walk on water.
Consumer spending rose in February at the fastest pace in four months, but a big part of the increase went to cover higher gas prices.
Household staples such as coffee and milk are getting more expensive as the price of crude oil surges higher.
Blue Shield of California said Wednesday there would not be any additional rate hikes for the remainder of 2011