The Loan Companies
Millennials regularly comparison-shop via the internet, and as a result, come to the astute conclusion that buying luxury brands on the secondhand market yields the best value.
Adults age 40-plus who say they eat healthy foods most of the time are twice as likely to rate their brain health and mental sharpness as "excellent" or "very good" compared to adults who rarely eat a healthy diet (77% vs. 39%).
Robert Half Technology
Startup "hub" is no longer a label for a select few cities in the United States, new research shows. Entrepreneurs are expanding their search for cities with access to skilled technology talent and an attractive quality of life.
Better Sleep Council
While it's no secret Americans struggle each year to keep their New Year's resolutions, one key toward helping them stick to their goals may be right on their pillows. Sleep
It's finally here! This is the week when you can buy the Super NES Classic Edition, Nintendo's $80, nostalgia-laced game console.
Apple made no mention of a new iPhone at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote, and it doesn't seem to matter to consumers. Three-in-four loyal iPhone users say they won't buy Apple's rumored 10-year anniversary smartphone.
U.S. retail sales rose in January, as people went on to buy electronics and appliances, spend more at restaurants and gasoline stations, and bought a range of other goods.
PRNewswire - AMG/Parage
The 2016 Brand Impact Study reveals that newspaper ads – ads in printed issues of newspapers, inserts/circulars, or ads on newspaper web, apps, social media sites – is the most relied upon ad platform when consumers shop for retail sales and deals.
UNLV Campus News - by Hotel Administration Comm.
As technology begins to play a larger and more complex role in the lodging industry, hoteliers are making tough decisions when it comes to budgeting and purchasing IT systems.