(CBS) — As the ground heats up, so does business at garden centers. And let’s face it, nothing says Mother’s Day like flowers and plants. CBS 2’s Ed Curran did some shopping to see if […]
While most people will be digesting their turkey dinner next Thursday night, some retail employees will be heading out to work.
Retailers will offer up a variety of services on your birthday if you’ll just furnish them with one thing. CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Retailer Loehmann’s closes this weekend on State Street, the latest store to close downtown. But hope may be on the horizon, CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports.
The trend upsets some consumers who don’t want to become part of a company’s marketing database.
Cashmere sweaters marked down from $100 to $30 are one of the many door-buster deals offered as stores opened as early as 7 a.m. Sunday. That’s what’s necessary to get consumers in the door, but as CBS 2′s Vince Gerasole reports, analysts say what really may have them shopping is pent up demand, after several years of holding back.
It’s Christmas Eve, and thus, it’s your last chance to get up, get out and finish your last-minute holiday shopping.
How about this for your next party? You provide the guest list and major manufacturers provide the food, fun and free gifts. CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports on why some of the biggest retailers in the nation are throwing parties for everyday people.
Chicago’s annual Lights Festival brings thousands of spectators to the Magnificent Mile and kicks off the holiday season for retailers.