While we see similar tastes and shopping patterns in the world’s most expensive cities, the reasons for a high and low cost of living vary.
Looking at what we buy and what we return, we can ask an economist and a psychologist for some gift-giving advice about our holiday spending.
These six facts tell us how our supermarket shopping can be influenced by much more than the shopping list we bring with us.
Unknown to most of us, the quality of customer service can depend on the multiple customer lifetime value (CLV) scores that we get from retailers.
While Halloween candy spending displays some agreement between red and blue states, it also relates to a top ten list of economic ideas.
Not as devastating as the retail changes at the mall, the supermarket grocery shopper is also switching to new buying habits.
Even with mall traffic declining and stores closing, retail restructuring might lead to a renaissance fueled by creative destruction rather than an apocalypse.
Ranging from Apple to Amazon, and Pets.com to Ameriquest, decades of Super Bowl ads can demonstrate some major turning points in the U.S. economy.
We could say that we are looking at salad bar economics when we compare the price per pound at the salad bar to the produce aisle.