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9h ago

Spirit Airlines gets rid of change and cancellation fees, joining Frontier

Most larger rivals, such as Delta, American, Alaska and United, got rid of change fees during the pandemic except for the cheapest, most restrictive tickets.
A Spirit Airlines 2005 Airbus A319-132 on the runway at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, on Oct. 24, 2021.
A Spirit Airlines 2005 Airbus A319-132 on the runway at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, on Oct. 24, 2021.
9h ago

Hims & Hers Health says it will offer compounded GLP-1 injections

The weight-loss drug market has faced supply constraints in recent months as Ozempic and Wegovy skyrocket in popularity.
A sisde by side split image of Hims & Hers brand injectable GLP-1 medications.
A sisde by side split image of Hims & Hers brand injectable GLP-1 medications.

From Louis Vuitton to Beyoncé's album, Black-owned businesses see 'cowboy core' boom

Purchases of Western-style boots have grown since “Cowboy Carter” dropped in March.
Photo collage of cowboy boots, "Cowboy Carter" banner, Beyoncé, and a child dressed up in a cowboy outfit
Photo collage of cowboy boots, "Cowboy Carter" banner, Beyoncé, and a child dressed up in a cowboy outfit
11h ago

As their customers age, department stores chase younger shoppers

Macy’s, Kohl’s and Nordstrom face an existential crisis as their sales slow. Will help from brands like Sephora, Toys R Us and Skims be enough?
Macys Herald Square
Macys Herald Square

Red Lobster files for bankruptcy, but restaurants will stay open

The largest seafood chain in the U.S. has been unable to regain its financial footing following the pandemic.
Red Lobster signage
Red Lobster signage
14h ago

Are consumers pulling back on spending? It depends which CEO you ask

Rising prices, falling savings and mounting credit card debt are making consumers more price-conscious, though some companies are still seeing growth.
Laxman Narasimhan
Laxman Narasimhan
14h ago

Target lowering prices on 5,000 frequently bought items

The price cuts will mostly affect grocery and household staples. Consumers are feeling increasingly pinched amid the inflationary environment.
Shoppers exit a New York City Target store in 2021.
Shoppers exit a New York City Target store in 2021.

Bruce Nordstrom, who helped grow family-led department store chain, dies at 90

A member of the third generation of Nordstrom family operators, Nordstrom helped take the chain national and open it to investors via the NASDAQ stock exchange.
Bruce Nordstrom in 2018.
Bruce Nordstrom in 2018.
2d ago

The lunch rush is dead as Americans live for the weekend

Office workers are pinching lunchtime pennies to splurge on weekend meals and happy hour drinks, new transaction data shows.
2d ago

Airbnb carbon monoxide detector mandate would be 'very hard,' CEO says

In an interview with Hallie Jackson airing Sunday on “NBC Nightly News,” Brian Chesky spoke about a variety of issues the company faces, including consumer concerns about fees.
Brian Chesky.
Brian Chesky.

Some consumers are punting big purchases like pools and mattresses

The decision to delay big purchases can have wide-reaching impacts for everyone from the average shopper to the Federal Reserve in this unique economic moment.
Stairs to the pool.
Stairs to the pool.

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