Some employees are upset over working conditions, pay and health care and have threatened to walk out or slow down their pace to frustrate shoppers and get management’s attention.
Shoppers said that some Black Friday deals aren’t worth it and some are worth grabbing.
Millions of shoppers are already out doing their holiday shopping, but some folks are just out there looking.
Black Friday might traditionally be the most frenzied shopping day of the year, but this year, 68 percent of Americans will not be hitting the stores, according to new Consumer Reports Holiday Poll.
Getting ready for family, football and festivities? It’s no secret Black Friday is one of the best days of the year to buy a new TV.
ComScore’s data shows that online spending on Black Friday 2011 grew 26 percent from Black Friday 2010 to $816 million, making it the heaviest online spending day to date in 2011.
Before making holiday purchases for Black Friday, do some research on your choice of retail stores and their policies.
Attention shoppers! The time has come to cash in on the best deals of the holiday retail season. You may be wondering when stores open in Detroit. Check out our list of Black Friday store hours.
Black Friday is still days away, but some people are already in line for those after-Thanksgiving deals.
High-end electronic sales will see a dip this holiday season but what will rattle with joy are those top of the line items.