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Op-Ed: Tech firms introduce ultra-wide monitors for holidays

Ultra-wide displays is an emerging trend in the tech industry given that more users are expecting to multi-task on their devices.
In the Media by Angela Atkinson - 1 comment

Is this the final holiday shopping season as we've known it?

Based on the long lines, maddening crowds, and general human insanity observed in stores across the U.S. last month on Black Friday, consumers clearly still have a passion for finding deals in this post-Thanksgiving retail ritual.
In the Media by Michael Essany - 1 comment

'Gray Thursday' steals Black Friday's thunder

If you plan on searching YouTube for viral videos of crazed shoppers toppling over one another to get into a store, you may be sightly disappointed this year.
In the Media by Alyssa Sellors

Op-Ed: A Faustian Christmas: Why not to use credit cards during holidays

Toronto - It's less than week away until Santa Claus comes down that chimney to deliver gifts for Christmas. Question: how did Santa Claus pay for all those presents? Let's hope it wasn't with a credit, otherwise he'll be in serious trouble.
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 2 comments

Study finds nearly half of Americans prefer to skip Christmas

Fort Worth - Due to the economic situation of many Americans across the United States, a significant portion of adults have become the Grinch and said they prefer to skip Christmas entirely this year because they can't afford it.
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 7 comments

Op-Ed: Top 5 videos of 2012 Black Friday madness

It's only been a few hours since the madness known as Black Friday began, but some videos are already making their way onto YouTube. One video shows shoppers going berserk over cellphones, while another shows a consumer cussing out the store.
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 7 comments

Op-Ed: Black Friday Holiday Spending: Saving the Small Retailer

Black Friday starts the holiday shopping season in earnest. This year, as every year, shoppers have a choice between the big box retailers and the smaller more local stores. Every dollar can make a difference to which stores make it and which don't.
In the Media by Donald Quinn

Retailers start 'Black Friday' sales earlier this 2012 season

Reports are surfacing many retailers have intended to start their "Black Friday" sales earlier this year. While some stores have not made any formal announcements yet, ad leaks are showing the start times retailers are offering for Black Friday.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 5 comments

Report: Data shows a weak final month in holiday shopping season

Toronto - With four consecutive monthly retail sales increases, a new report from Statistics Canada found that retailers suffered a weak final month of the year. The statistical analysis suggested that retail sales were down 0.2 percent to $38.6 billion.
In the Media by Andrew Moran

Online holiday shopping up 15 percent from last year

As the days slowly (or quickly) count down to the end of the year, the results from the United States holiday shopping season are trickling in.
In the Media by Joe Gullo - 3 comments
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Christmas shopping etiquette

These are 10 disconnected behaviours that I see as most prevalent not just at Christmas but year round. It may be in...
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