Amazon ships fake product, refuses refund
Amazon is refusing a $690 refund for a Calgary family who received a fake product, with the e-commerce giant denying compensation until they return the real product — which was never received .
Amazon restarts advertising on Twitter
Amazon is planning to restart advertising on Twitter, and it intends to spend approximately $100 million per year on the platform. This is all pending some security tweaks being made to the social ...
Can a crippling U.S. rail strike be avoided?
A nationwide strike set for December 9 could devastate the U.S. economy just before Christmas. U.S. President Joe Biden expressed confidence that a dispute between labor unions and the country's fr...
Analysis of economic impact of national rail strike
National Labor and Diversity Expert Jason Greer joined us to explain what a rail strike could mean - not just for your Christmas gifts - but for crucial supplies.
Google's top holiday trends for Christmas
Stephanie Horton, global director of commerce marketing for Google, joined Cheddar News to discuss the company's top holiday gift trends and ideas for 2022, including sports items, cooking and beau...
Parents struggle to find medicine amid shortage
The increase in cases of children with colds, flu, RSV and other respiratory illnesses is affecting the supply of over-the-counter medications. Parents describe how hard some items are to find at d...
Cyber Monday sales expected to top $11 billion
The annual day of online deals could break records this year, despite inflation.
How Amazon handles Cyber Monday fulfilment
If you didn't get enough deals on Black Friday, Cyber Monday is your chance. FOX 10's Danielle Miller went inside an Amazon fulfillment center in the Valley to see how they handle one of their busi...
Consumer watchdogs warn of buy-now-pay-later traps
The lure of the 'buy now, pay later' plan is the ability to make a purchase without paying for it fully upfront. It sounds good and is, if you follow the rules to the T.
Cyber experts warn of heightened Black Friday risk
Cyber Monday is the biggest online shopping day of the year. And as millions of consumers browse the internet for the best deals, cybersecurity experts warn that saving big on retail purchases coul...
Move over Black Friday, it's Cyber Monday
If you've still got a bit of cash left over from Black Friday sales, well today is Cyber Monday. The Cyber Monday sales are widely regarded as some of the biggest and best discounts you’ll see all ...
Thanksgiving day online sales reach record high
Family time, turkey and shopping: that's what people are prioritizing this holiday weekend according to new numbers, with Thanksgiving sales hitting a record high.
Shoppers flock to Black Friday sales amid historic inflation
Michael Brown, partner and Americas retail leader at Kearney, joined Cheddar News to talk about the state of the retail industry on Black Friday.
Retailers see less black Friday shoppers this year
Even with retailers offering deep discounts on this Black Friday, some consumer experts say they aren’t quite expecting a big rush at the stores.
Weapons trade booms as Eastern Europe arms Ukraine
Eastern Europe's arms industry is churning out guns, artillery shells and other military supplies at a pace not seen since the Cold War as governments in the region lead efforts to aid Ukraine in i...
Boom in banned 'One Love' armbands
The "One Love" armbands that captains of some teams at the World Cup had been intending to wear to show support for the LGBTQ+ community are seeing a boom in demand among the general public, accord...
Nightclub shooter faces court
The suspect in the Colorado Springs mass shooting at a gay nightclub has faced court. It comes amid a spate of shootings across the United States, the latest incident - where a Walmart manager open...
Walmart manager kills six staff
A Walmart employee killed six people and wounded several others before fatally shooting himself at a store in Chesapeake, Virginia, authorities said on Wednesday, in the latest episode of gun viole...
Amazon layoffs could continue into 2023
Amazon may not be finished with their layoffs. According to a letter CEO Andy Jassy sent employees, the layoffs could continue through 2023.
Theft rises in UK as inflation bites
In the UK, the chancellor has just announced a series of stringent economic measures including tax hikes as forecasters predict the biggest drop in British living standards since records began. As ...
Macy's CEO forecasts strong holiday shopping figures
Macy's Inc. CEO Jeff Gennette says the consumer is "relatively healthy" heading into the holiday shopping season. He speaks to Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde about consumer spending, securing inventory ...
Syrian perfumist can recreate any luxury fragrance
One whiff of a fragrance is all al-Masri needs to recreate the scents of luxury brands, for a fraction of the cost. "All I have is my shop, and this nose I've been training since I was 15," he says.
Wall Street soars on good economic news
In today's Dollars & Sense, Walmart reports sales are up as people shop discounts, the Producer Price Index came in better than expected, showing inflation is slowing a bit and stocks surged on tha...
Walmart settles opioid lawsuit for $3.1 billion
Walmart proposed a $3.1 billion legal settlement on Tuesday over the toll of powerful prescription opioids sold at its pharmacies, becoming the latest major drug industry player to promise major su...
Amazon could soon cut ten thousand jobs
Amazon could soon become the latest tech company to announce mass layoffs ahead of the holidays.According to reporting from Reuters and the New York Times, those cuts could come as soon as this week.
Walmart results show consumer strength
"A better Walmart is generally better for the outlook on the US consumer," Oliver Chen, Cowen senior equity research analyst for retail and luxury goods, says during an interview on "Bloomberg Mark...
Inside the Oscars of watchmaking
This year's Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix (GPHG) has shown that watchmakers and clockmakers are prioritising creativity in a post-pandemic world.
Stripe cuts staff by 14% amid "leaner times"
Stripe Inc. will cut more than 1,000 jobs as it seeks to rein in costs ahead of any economic downturn. Ed Ludlow reports on "Bloomberg The Open."
Greece: Plan to cut prices of essential goods
Shoppers in Greece say they're not convinced over a government scheme to cut prices of essential goods. "I do not believe this measure will be any help. It is just a trick to fool the consumers”, s...