Recent research says that American shoppers are more likely to buy products if they believe they were manufactured domestically.
A new report says that convenience stores are seeing a boost in traffic as consumers shy away from road trips for shopping, preferring to stay close to home.
A small but growing number of shoppers are doing their buying exclusively via mobile devices. Smart retailers need to take notice.
Small retailers need every edge they can get these days — and consultant Cinda Baxter’s new project can help them survive.
A new study shows Hispanic shoppers change their buying habits according to seasonal influences. It might be time for your stock to reflect that.
As shoppers think more and more about what they’re buying, savvy retailers can gain the upper hand by thinking like the customer.
Some store owners in the nation’s capital have gone high-tech in a bid to discourage loitering teens who don’t buy anything. WBAL-TV reports a device called “The Mosquito” has been installed outside the entrance to the Gallery Place Metro station, a favorite teen hangout. The device, audible only to teens, emits and annoying sound and […]
Concerns were borne out by numbers when it was revealed shoppers cut back on back-to-school purchases. Are the holidays next?
Retailers seeing an ebb and flow of business have noticed something: Purchases rise around paydays. Is this a new trend?
Consumers doing their back to school shopping will spend at least some of that time — and money— online, according to Web measurement service Compete. The study, summarized at MediaPost.com, found that 30% of shoppers will find their items on the Web, focusing on electronics, dorm accessories and kitchen supplies. School supplies were also cited […]