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  • Consumer Confidential: Ice cream lawsuit, mixed retail stats, tax-refund ID theft

     
    Here's your that'll-be-the-day Thursday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --Ice cream eaters can sue over claims of "all natural." A federal judge has given the go-ahead for Ben & Jerry's and Breyers to be sued for using......
  • Retail sales show modest increase as gas and food prices eat into disposable income

     
    Shoppers appeared to be more cautious last month in spending for clothing and other items as rising gas and food prices took up a bigger chunk of their disposable income. Major retail chains reported a modest 4.9% gain in sales......
  • J.C. Penney gets $1-billion boost after picking Apple exec as CEO

     
    J.C. Penney Co. shares are rocketing Tuesday after the retailer said it lured Apple Inc.’s Ron Johnson to take over as chief executive of the 1,100-store chain. The stock was up $5.66, or 19%, to $35.77 at about 11 a.m.......
  • Consumer Confidential: Wednesday night's alright for shopping; booster seat recall

     
    Here's your I'm-a-girl-watcher Wednesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --When's the best day to hit the supermarket? Wednesday. At least that's what Lifehacker.com says. The website observes that supermarkets tend to reduce prices in the...
  • Beyoncé '4' promo push: Delay in bonus content irks buyers

     
    Beyoncé promo push for '4' gathers steam but delay in director's cut bonus content annoys buyers....
  • Consumer Confidential: Retail sales up, easier credit score access, more missing data

     
    Here's your you-better-think Thursday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: -- Shoppers are shopping, but they're also looking for bargains. Deep discounts and falling gas prices helped boost June retail sales, with 85% of retailers reporting that...
  • City misfires in passing new gun-range law

     
    In a court ruling handed down Wednesday, Judge Ilana Diamond Rovner of the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals accused the Chicago City Council of passing a gun ordinance last year that was "too cute by half" and amounted to......
  • Frugal Fashion: William and Kate go cowboy chic on their overseas tour

     
    Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, might have finished their overseas tour of parts of Canada and California, but we're still buzzing. We just can't get enough of the duchess and her confident, elegant style. The newlyweds are now......
  • Wal-Mart and Target expand grocery offerings

     
    Discount chains Wal-Mart and Target are ramping up plans to bring more fresh groceries to their stores, with both touting their offerings of affordable and healthful food. On Wednesday, Wal-Mart announced that it would open 275 to 300 stores by......
  • California adds jobs in June

     
    Employers in California added 28,800 jobs to payrolls in June, a surprisingly positive number amid a weak labor market nationally....
  • Retail Roundup: E-readers, Wal-Mart Express, American Apparel on EBay

     
    -- Starting Sunday, Toys R Us will begin to sell Amazon's Kindle e-readers and accessories. To celebrate the launch of the product, customers purchasing any Kindle will receive a free $10 Toys R Us gift card from July 31 through......
  • What I'm working on

     
    Usual peek at SOME items I'm working on for the Retail Watch column. Walmart -- Update plans for the discount chain in North Whitehall. Jake's Wayback -- Burgeoning burger chain plans to open locations in Schnecksville and Kutztown. Cupcakery -- A shop in...