From crops to energy and metals, material consumption fell from 15 tons to just 10
As the retailer opens its doors earlier than ever for Thanksgiving sales, it faces its first strike in 50 years by disgruntled employees.
Shadow health secretary Andy Burnham calls for law change to force reformulation of popular items amid UK's rising obesity.
More and more people are shopping almost exclusively on their tablets.
'Tis the season to spend on gifts for loved ones. How have Americans parted with their cash in the past?
A study by RadioShack found that users of the location-based checkin app spent more and bought more wireless products.
Consumers are opting to share more and spend less in these economic hard times.
Nearly two-thirds of consumers surveyed claim that they would be willing to make purchases on their cellphones if offered special incentives.
A long-standing economic assumption is being challenged.
The American love of Halloween increases each year according to consumer spending figures.
Retail sales in the United States surged at their strongest pace in seven months in September as consumers stepped up their spending.