Online sales via mobile devices on three biggest holiday shopping days since Thanksgiving showed a significantly bigger jump over last year’s sales, making up a quarter of all e-commerce purchases.
More than half of U.S. consumers head to Amazon first when looking to purchase a product online, but Amazon doesn’t always get the sale.
Only 19 percent of those recently surveyed said they planned to buy school supplies online. One reason why the annual shopping trip hasn’t gone digital? Buying that backpack might allow for some bonding time between parents and kids.
WASHINGTON — More employees are shopping online during work hours than ever, and employers are not always looking the other way. An annual survey by CareerBuilder finds that half of employees are shopping at work,…
Q: What scams should I watch for this holiday shopping season? A: The predictions for the 2015 holiday shopping season continue to suggest that we’ll see record spending when it comes to online shopping. This…
WASHINGTON — This Christmas, thieves are targeting online shoppers and doing their dirty work right at your front door. Capt. David Falcinelli, of the Montgomery County police, says, “Online shopping is huge.” But that gives thieves a huge…
With all the recent breaches at major retailers, some might wonder if shopping online is actually safer than in brick and mortar stores.
Move over, Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The best day for finding deals online could be Thanksgiving.
WTOP\’s Kyle Cooper reports
What do men\’s footwear, luggage and patio and gardening supplies have in common?
Does your grocery list include products from four different stores? For busy families, grocery shopping can be a logistical nightmare. One local business hopes to take the stress out of food shopping.
Procrastinators take note: Time is running out for sending gifts and packages in time for Christmas.
Well passwords could be a thing of the past as companies, like PayPal, develop new ways to verify consumers\’ identities.
Coupons at Checkout is a free software plug-in
that, once downloaded, is added to the shopper\’s
The Wall Street Journal reports that retailers
like Staples adjust online prices based on a
customer\’s distance from a store and a company\’s
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