Tagged With Consumer

Unilever says it will no longer use the word 'normal' on its beauty products because it makes people feel excluded

UK retail sales roared higher in October, as consumers stocked up ahead of national lockdowns

UK retail sales rise at record pace in 3rd quarter, as Brits splash out on clothes, shoes and dining out

Billionaire Chamath Palihapitiya says big companies shouldn't receive a 'single extra dollar' of stimulus and Congress should pay ordinary Americans instead

ECB president Christine Lagarde hints at a change in the central bank's inflation target

Billionaire investor Chamath Palihapitiya unloads on the 'wasted' first round of economic stimulus, and laments the unnecessary funding of 'zombie' companies

The pandemic recession is in the rear-view mirror and a new cycle of global expansion has launched, a Bank of America Private Bank senior strategist says

The strategist who called stocks 'too big to fail' says US wealth and income is dangerously tied to a market that's at record valuations

US consumer spending spiked a record 8.2% in May as personal incomes fell

Jamie Dimon says the US economy looks headed for a 'fairly rapid recovery' from the coronavirus pandemic

US retail sales plummeted a record 8.7% in March as the coronavirus lockdown froze spending

15 common, expensive things that aren't worth your money

A new rule requires GMO products to be labelled by 2022, and some food companies are rejoicing

This former Wall Streeter turned down $2 million and pays herself less than her interns in order to build her company on her own terms

Volvo just launched a new subscription service for its cars -- but it's a bad deal for consumers

Brexit has sent Britain's consumers down a slow, painful road away from prosperity

Tim Horton's Canadian sales drop following reports that the brand is losing its identity as a national icon

A new startup that sells everything from chef's knives to maple syrup for just $3 raised $50 million to be the 'Procter & Gamble for millennials'

Optus is refunding mobile customers after being caught shortchanging them on promotional deals

Forget the consumer -- what matters more to the stock market is how companies spend