A new player in transatlantic flights has the potential to affect other carriers’ prices. However, the scope of that effect likely will be felt more by midtier carriers than by major ones, and it might not last for long based on the rates that Norwegian Air Shuttle plans to offer, three sources say.
Can you expect Craftsman power tools that will be designed and manufactured by Stanley Black & Decker after its purchase of the iconic brand in January 2017 to deliver the level of performance for which Craftsman is known? We believe that you can.
An epinephrine auto-injector, which is sold as a generic for Adrenaclick, is available now at CVS and CVS pharmacies in Target for $110 for a two-pack.
Three experts whom we interviewed believe that a downsizing might be underway in the marketplace for water features for the home.
You might have seen some recognizable online stores pop up in your local malls, with Amazon being perhaps the most high-profile example.
An increasingly large number of entrepreneurs in Colorado and Washington offer vacation packages that include tours that are related to those states’ legalization of recreational marijuana use.
Two national homeowners associations want to keep home-sharing company Airbnb out of suburban neighborhoods. If they succeed in that effort, you might see fewer Airbnb home-rental listings.
Poor customer service can drive consumers away from a business. Often, service is hampered because employees have to handle tasks that keep them from attending to a customer’s wants and questions.
Some bathroom-fixture manufacturers want to increase awareness of bidets, and James Lin, who owns retailer The Bidet King, says bidets are becoming more popular in the United States.
Throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump talked about the need to renegotiate or abolish many trade deals with foreign governments.
Americans use video-on-demand (VOD) services more than ever before, according to a March 2016 study that was conducted by industry tracker Nielsen, and the trend apparently will continue.
Craft beers took the brew market by storm. The trend reached upscale pubs and local bars. Now, craft-soda-makers want to grab some of that mojo.
If you shopped at Meijer recently, you might have noticed that the retailer eliminated the “plus-size” racks of women’s clothing.
A December 2016 labor deal between United Continental and its 9,000 union mechanics will increase their wages by 36.5 percent over the life of the 6-year contract.
Google Glass flopped after it launched in 2013, but that hasn’t stopped companies from developing their own version of smart glasses.
Amazon teased us since 2013 with the idea of using drones, or unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), to deliver packages to consumers.
In 2015, Australia became the first country to test digital passports on smartphones. However, you shouldn’t expect digital passports to come to the United States anytime soon.
In October 2016, Facebook rolled out its Marketplace, which allows you to buy from and sell to individuals who reside in your immediate vicinity.
On a shopping excursion, we found at least 15 cold-brew coffee makers that range in price from $20 to $252.
Mixes of materials and the use of layers dress up fashions that might make it to your closet. The two trends might make it to your kitchen, too.