By Jim Donovan: Target is the latest retailer to announce a holiday price match guarantee that includes online competitors. For the first time, Target will offer shoppers the ability to match select online competitors’ prices […]
You might be paying more than you should when shopping online, and it’s all because of a new law. Consumer reporter Jim Donovan explains the problem and has information on how to protect yourself.
The Campbell Soup Co.’s embrace of Warhol’s iconic imagery is a switch from its initial reaction, when the company considered taking legal action before deciding to see how the paintings were received by the public.
You can have a say who gets some of a $2.5 million pot in the Give With Target program.
With the right clothing, men can look good at any age. Here are some fashion tips to help dad spruce up the wardrobe.
If you’re like most people, you probably do the majority of your grocery shopping at one supermarket. But is that really the best store for you?
Police are searching for a suspect who fraudulently used the credit cards of a victim while he was in the hospital undergoing a heart procedure.
Big chain stores can be found in practically every large strip mall and shopping center in America, and each offers a different experience for shoppers. But how do they all stack up?
A car crashed into a bank in the Wynnefield section of Philadelphia Sunday afternoon.
Breastfeeding Moms are showing up at Target stores across the country, after 500,000 of them joined a Facebook page to protest the treatment of a Houston area woman.
So did Santa bring you what you had asked for this year? If not, you better get cracking and make some returns.
Emergency Management Officials Team Up With Big Businesses To Improve Response Times During Natural Disasters
Emergency management officials in New Jersey have reached a deal with a big box retail chain that could improve response time in the event of a disaster.
County prosecutors say Eugene Romano of Lehigh County and Damian Gasdaska of New Jersey purchased merchandise at a small fraction of the actual retail price by using fake UPC labels they attached to the items.
The retail wars for your Christmas dollar are already heating up. Many big retailers are promoting that they’ve got the lowest prices, and if you find an item elsewhere for less, they’ll match the price.
We all know clipping coupons and buying sale items can help us save money. But many of us don’t have time to do the legwork it takes to find the best deal.