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Jimmy Kimmel is here to save us all from CVS' mile-long receipts

CVS' president promised they'd shorten their receipts. A year later, Jimmy Kimmel remains fired up.

Starbucks at Yosemite? Petition aims to stop the coffee chain's plans

A new petition is circulating to keep the coffee giant out of Yosemite National Park, even though large corporations already control the food scene there.

Do you own a Vitamix blender? You may be entitled to a $70 gift card

Consumers who own certain Vitamix blenders could be entitled to a $70 gift card or a new blade due to a class-action lawsuit settlement.

How is MoviePass making money while offering huge ticket discounts?

MoviePass, the popular subscription-based program that lets users see a movie in theaters every day for $10 a month, has surpassed 1 million subscribers. But many are still wondering how (or if) the company is making a profit. NBC's Jo Ling Kent has this week's Sunday Spotlight.

Starbucks debuts black-and-white drinks for New Year's Eve

Lovers of both dark and white chocolate: Rejoice! Starbucks has unveiled its limited-time black and white mocha collection

Hoping to return or exchange Christmas gifts? Here's what you need to know

Elliot Weiler from Consumer Reports and etiquette expert Myka Meier joined Megyn Kelly on Megyn Kelly TODAY with advice on how to gracefully accept an unwanted gift, as well as the rules behind returns and exchanges.

These happy sheep in Montana are the foundation for apparel company Duckworth

In the hilly fields of Montana sits Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, where happy sheep roam free. The Helle family herds the sheep and uses the wool for "sheep-to-shelf" apparel that's going up against big names in winter gear. NBC's Harry Smith has this week's Sunday Spotlight.

FedEx warns consumers about holiday email scam

FedEx is warning customers about an email scam that can contain viruses.

Once on the brink of death, malls are getting a makeover

There had been fears that malls would fade into obscurity due to the popularity of online shopping, but they're not going down without a fight. In this week's Sunday Spotlight, NBC's Jo Ling Kent takes a look at the creative ways people have repurposed some sprawling malls when they go out of business.

'Grinch bots' scoop up hot holiday toys: Here's what to do about it

Greedy grinches have set up software to buy hot holiday toys in bulk, then resell them to parents at sky-high prices. Here are tips on what to do.

Pizza Hut is testing beer and wine delivery so you never have to leave the house

The pizza giant has launched a pilot program where they're testing out the delivery of orders of beer and wine.

Your Christmas tree will cost more this year - here's why

The one must-have item of the Christmas season is still sure to be a hot seller, as always, but it'll be selling for a higher price than usual this year.

This video-rental chain has found the right formula to thrive in the on-demand era

The rise of on-demand streaming services is a major reason why local video-rental stores like Blockbuster have gone out of business. But there is one rental chain that is staying afloat. In this week's Sunday Spotlight, NBC's Kevin Tibbles reports on the company pulling off a business miracle with 750 brick-and-mortar video stores across the U.S. and Canada.

Need IVF? These employers offer generous fertility coverage

A FertilityIQ study finds some tech startups, consulting companies and others now cover IVF for employees.

Starbucks is rolling out a chain of fancy Italian bakeries

More U.S. locations of the famed Italian bakery Princi are coming — pronto, we hope.

Want a 21-year-old used Honda? You will after viewing this hilarious ad

A new ad for a pretty old car got a pro's touch and now everybody seems to want a used Honda.

Sears brings back its iconic 'Wish Book' for the holidays

The retailer revealed a digital version of the annual holiday catalog, which it had discontinued six years ago.

Mega Millions increasing ticket prices and more than doubling jackpot size

Mega Millions announced changes to the prices of its lottery tickets, the size of the big jackpot and increased odds for $1 million prizes.

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