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  • Staggered overnight store openings temper Black Friday crowds at Glendale Galleria

    A rotating schedule of overnight and early-morning store openings significantly eased the Black Friday crowds at the Glendale Galleria, producing a much calmer scene compared to years past. Black Friday used to be confined to early-morning store...
  • In Burbank, Black Friday crowds thin out after overnight rush

    In Burbank, Black Friday crowds thin out after overnight rush
    A rotating schedule of overnight and early morning store openings significantly checked the Black Friday crowds at the regions major retail destinations, producing a much calmer scene compared to years past. That's because back then, Black Friday was...
  • Many hospitals, doctors offer cash discount for medical bills

    A Long Beach hospital charged Jo Ann Snyder $6,707 for a CT scan of her abdomen and pelvis after colon surgery. But because she had health insurance with Blue Shield of California, her share was much less: $2,336. Then Snyder tripped across one of the...
  • Tech: iPad tablet helps grab customers

     
    Major retailers are jumping on the iPad bandwagon in an effort to boost sales. Merchants including Gucci Group and JCPenney are experimenting with ways to use electronic tablets in their stores. No retailer has the formula quite figured out yet, so most...
  • American Apparel says it expects to report a loss and sales decline for 2010

     
    Los Angeles clothing company American Apparel said in a regulatory filing Thursday that it would not be able to file its annual 10-K report on time and said it expected to report a sales decline and loss for the year......
  • Monday Morning Coffee: The Bake Sale Edition.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. PTA types from across Our Fair Commonwealth converge on the Capitol this morning to drive home the need for restoring cuts to public education funding. In an interview with The Shippensburg News-Chronicle, organizers...
  • Consumer Confidential: Retail sales up, GM recalls Cruze, more millionaires coming

     
    Here's your thou-swell Thursday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --The Easter bunny was good to retailers this year. Sales for the eggiest of holidays were up, extending strong spending momentum seen since late last year. A diverse......
  • Retail Roundup: Cotton prices, grocery stores, Forever 21 store

     
    -- After reaching historic highs in the spring, cotton prices have plummeted 38% this month. That's good news for consumers, but analysts say lower prices won't appear on store shelves until next year. To deal with the sky-high prices of......
  • 20% of Americans expect to be millionaires by 2020

     
    Even in a rough economy, 20% of Americans say they'll be millionaires in a decade...
  • Lobbyist fined $30,000 for not disclosing payments

     
    The state’s ethics watchdog agency fined Sacramento lobbyist Frank Molina $30,000 on Thursday for failing to disclose three years of payments from clients, including Deloitte Consulting and Indian tribes operating casinos, to lobby on their behalf.....
  • 60 Percent of Young Drivers Want a Hybrid Car

     
    A majority of young people ranging in age from 21 to 30 years old would want to buy a hybrid vehicle over a conventionally powered gasoline car, according to Deloitte, a large global accountancy firm. The age group, which is......