Toys R Us
Not all shoppers flocked to open stores on Thanksgiving for a holiday-shopping jumpstart.
This week, a major motion picture trailer leaks, a Hollywood favorite looks different, and a famed fashion designer dies.
Forget the ads for Black Friday. It seems the holiday shopping season has started earlier than ever.
Attention shoppers — Target has upped the ante in the fight for customers. It’s stretching its holiday campaign to match prices year round.
Business was brisk but quiet around Colorado as shoppers took advantage of Black Friday deals, with the exception of a Lakewood Wal-Mart where dozens of protesters marched outside the store in support of the workers.
Not only have major retailers already launched their holiday layaway programs, one is already changing its policy.
A Massachusetts judge has upheld a $20 million jury award to the family of a Colorado woman who died after a Toys `R Us inflatable pool slide partially collapsed.
It’s already time to start thinking about Black Friday again. Can you believe it? This year the day will be more important than ever to retailers and consumers, alike.
A Massachusetts jury has ordered Toys `R Us to pay more than $20 million to the family of a woman who was killed when an inflatable pool slide partially collapsed at a 2006 party.
Now more than ever, companies are vying for your business. One of the newer ways they’re trying to get it is with text coupons. Companies from Toys ‘R Us to Target are offering mobile services, where they’ll send exclusive deals, product information, and reviews right to your phone.