If saving money is one of the reasons you shop online, you may end up paying more every time you buy if Congress votes to pass a new Internet sales tax to pump money into cash-strapped states. NBC s Kelly O Donnell reports.
Former Amazon executive Nadia Shouraboura is merging online convenience with the in-store shopping experience at her store, Hointer, where shoppers use a special app to make shopping faster and simpler. NBC s Amna Nawaz reports.
A Kmart commercial for a new home delivery service that promises you can ship your pants is going viral. Can t understand why? Say it out loud.
Just when you thought skinny jeans couldn t get any skinnier, a new American Eagle ad touts jeans that are sprayed on. But are they real, or just a brilliant marketing ploy? American Eagle vice president Bob Holobinko and marketing consultant Peter Shankman discuss the campaign.
The popular fitness apparel chain is pulling all of their black Luon yoga pants from stores and websites, approximately 17 percent of their women s bottoms, saying the overly sheer material falls short of our very high standards. NBC s Mara Schiavocampo reports.
Lululemon Athletica Inc. has recalled a batch of unintentionally revealing black yoga pants, prompting worries over the company s quality control. NBC s Brian Williams reports.
Following in the controversial footsteps of Yahoo, Best Buy has announced it will end its work-from-home program for 4,000 corporate employees in an effort to spark more innovation and creativity. NBC s Kevin Tibbles reports.
Shopping at the grocery store can be overwhelming and frustrating, but Siobhan O Connor of Prevention magazine is here to help. She offers eight tips that will help relieve the stress and ensure you won t leave with a bunch of unnecessary items.
Would you protest if a salesperson at a store was being rude to you, or would you just let it slide? With the help of hidden cameras, TODAY consumer correspondent Janice Lieberman finds out how unsuspecting customers react to a disinterested and rude cashier.
The department-store chain is in the midst of a four-year transformation plan, but the changes they ve made may have cost them their most loyal customers. NBC s Diana Alvear reports.
Conservation group Oceana conducted DNA tests showing one-third of the fish examined was something other than what it was supposed to be. NBC s Brian Williams reports.
According to Bloomberg News, Walmart executives are warning of economic challenges such as the payroll tax increase and its impact on the tight budgets of shoppers. CNBC s Tyler Mathisen discusses.
After enduring years of falling sales, office supply companies OfficeMax and Office Depot are reportedly in merger talks. NBC s Brian Williams reports.
Texas could soon approve sale of hard liquor on Sundays. KVEO's Erin Murray reports.
A new law means consumers may pay more for convenience of using a credit card to shop. NBC's Jay Gray reports.