Retailers Celebrate Record $598 Billion In Spending During Holiday SeasonU.S. retailers had a holly, jolly Christmas after taking in a record $598 billion dollars this holiday season.
Holiday Headache? Here's When Stores Start Playing Christmas MusicWith the holidays approaching, here's a look at when big-name retail stores start playing their holiday music each year.
Best Stores In L.A. / O.C.To Get Student DiscountsLos Angeles and Orange County feature many large retailers offering discounts. The catch? Most of the retailers offer up the discount for students only.
Last-Minute Shoppers Flock To Flower Mall To Pick Up Bouquets For MomShe spoke to the many people who were undecided on roses, begonias, tulips, petunias or peonies.
Retailers Keep Moving The Christmas Season Up And Some Customers Aren't HappyThanksgiving used to be the unofficial start of the Christmas rush.
Only On 2: Ex-Abercrombie Employee Says She Was Terminated For Pregnancy, AgeStephanie Charles said they weren't downsizing. They wanted someone younger and more attractive in her job.
Potential Vons-Albertsons Merger Gets Safeway Shareholder OKA proposed supermarket takeover involving Vons' parent company took a step toward approval after Safeway shareholders voted Friday to accept a $9.2 billion purchase offer from Albertsons.
Retailers Open Early. Stay Open Late For Last-Minute Holiday ShoppersWith just three days left before Christmas, many retailers opened early this weekend.
Some Retailers Expand Hours For Last-Minute Holiday ShoppersSome retail stores have expanded their hours to help out last-minute Christmas shoppers and to boost holiday sales.
Sweet! Twinkies To Hit Store Shelves Next MonthHostess is betting on a sweet comeback for Twinkies when they return to shelves next month.
Tax On Amazon Purchases In Calif. Begins Saturday Online retailer Amazon.com has tried to become all things to all consumers, but in California, it is about to take on a role it has fought against for years: tax collector.
Visa, MasterCard Reach $6 Billion Settlement With RetailersVisa, Inc. and MasterCard, Inc. agreed Friday night to pay a number of retailers $6 billion to settle what some are calling "the largest anti-trust lawsuit in history."