Old Navy offered an incredible chance to win a $1 million prize to one person in the first waves of shoppers on Black Friday. CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Popular and expensive Starter jackets will no longer be displayed prominently at the front of Sports Authority stores. CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports.
A retail employee had a close shave Saturday when the roof of a clothing store fell in, moments after she left the building.
Some suburban malls are looking like ghost towns, but what can communities do to turn the tide? CBS 2′s Kris Gutierrez reports.
Many receipts contain toxic Bisphenol A, or BPA. Legislation introduced Thursday will require all stores to find an alternative. CBS 2′s Roseanne Tellez reports.
Bargain queen Jill Cataldo shows the Wright family how to really clean up at the clothing clearance racks, in the latest installment of Dorothy Tucker’s ongoing series.
You may not see a lot of shopping activity on the Magnificent Mile these days.
The Chicago Transit Board today approved three new leases for concession space on the Red Line.
Shoppers will be cautious with their dollars this holiday season and are less likely to rush to door-buster sales on “Black Friday,” according to a new analysis.
O’Hare International Airport is redeveloping the foodservice and retail operations in its international terminal, under a contract approved Thursday.
The Magnificent Mile is teeming with activity every day, but expect it to get even more intense this summer when a new festival debuts.
Electronics retailer hhgregg plans to open at least 20 stores in the Chicago area, beginning this fall, a company spokeswoman confirmed on Wednesday.
It didn’t take long for Chicago area residents to begin flooding grocery stores and retail outlets that sell snow-removal equipment.
Retailers didn’t have high expectations this year, but as the holiday shopping season wraps up, they are on pace for the best sales since 2007.
Mayoral Candidate Carol Moseley Braun is spending much of this major shopping day visiting with retail merchants in various parts of the city.
On this Black Friday morning, the foot traffic in the suburban malls more resembled what one might expect on a weekday afternoon.
Retailers are forecasting enough business this Christmas shopping season that they’re hiring holiday help at levels not seen in several years.