Strong Start For Holiday Shopping
BUT WILL IT LAST? It remains to be seen whether the 2012 holiday shopping season will meet its modest growth estimates from last year, but […]
Black Friday: Capitalist Glory?
A CLOSER LOOK AT THE HOLIDAY THAT’S EATING AMERICA’S THANKSGIVING By Megan Jones || Black Friday seems like the epitome of capitalism in this country […]
The U.S. economy got a rare spot of good news this week when major retailers reported $52.4 billion worth of sales on Black Friday – […]
After back-to-back years of weak holiday sales, the U.S. retail market is enjoying a rebound in 2010 – at least through November’s big “Black Friday” […]
2009 Black Friday Sales Are Down
One day does not make or break a holiday shopping season, but the preliminary Black Friday numbers aren’t looking promising … According to the National […]
Retailers’ Hopes Ride On “Black Friday”
Black Friday isn’t the busiest shopping day of the year – that’s the Saturday before Christmas, people – but it is the symbolic start of […]
Shoppers Camping Out Already
Forget the traditional post-turkey nap. Even with a sputtering economy, over a hundred “Black Friday” shoppers were already starting their all-night vigil outside the Harbison […]
What Will “Black Friday” Bring?
Consumer spending may be suffering from its sharpest declines in seven years, but retailers are still expecting big things from the holiday shopping season. It […]
Crash And Burn
Mirroring the overnight collapse of Asian and European stock markets, the Dow Jones opened this morning in a free fall as investors fretted the seeming […]