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In a survey, 80 percent of African Americans reported experiencing racial stigma and stereotypes in stores.
Embarrassed consumers tend to spend more money on "appearance-enhancing items," according to new research.
Big-box stores continue to lose their grip.
Paul Hiebert wants to know when he'll be able to do everything from the comfort of his couch. The day is coming, and it doesn't appear too far away.
Belgian researchers report the enticing aroma of chocolate inspired bookstore shoppers to stick around longer, and boosted sales of certain genres.
New research finds male shoppers equate prices printed in red with bargains.
New research confirms that there is danger in going food shopping on an empty stomach.
Before viewing the retail experience became the province of TVs and tablets, if you wanted to see possible presents dancing around you had to head to the windows of downtown department stores.