A lot has changed since 2013, except consumer rights. Get to know yours—it could be crucial this holiday season!
Throwback to last summer when Amazon's market cap was approaching $1 trillion, Jeff Bezos was being heralded as "the richest man in the world" and $AMZN was being accused of creating a retail monopoly/violating anti-trust laws. I'm here to tell you why that's not the case... the monopoly/anti-trust part!
With online sales booming, an influx of Black Friday customers led to many items on Walmart's site being sold out. Here's what the controversy means for big box retailers' e-commerce:
The Black Friday and Cyber Monday retail numbers are in—but what do they mean for the economy at large? Here's my take.
The start of the holiday season means you may be buying or receiving some unwanted gifts—here are some tips and tricks on how to make a return.
In my mind, Target and Walmart have nearly become synonymous, but the brands are far from the same as they try to compete with the internet tycoon Amazon, who controls 43 percent of all U.S. e-commerce, each brand struggling in their own unique way. Here's why.
Cyber Monday is a week away—here's what you need to know before you buy.
Actually, no there aren't any guitars involved or The Clash, but the information is still valid. In this #TBT to 2013, I talk about what happens when your packages aren't delivered on time. Did you know it is a federal mandate that if a USPS, UPS or Fed Ex specify an arrival date and it DOESN'T get to it's destination on time, you can ask for your money back? Yep. Check out the video below!