Club1 Hotels is a membership site, and that lets them sell rooms at a discount, offering lower rates to consumers instead of taking their booking commission. They report that they make money on membership fees rather than individualShow More Summary
(From L) US Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Dutch Minister of Justice Ard van der Steur and EU Commissioner in charge of Justice, Consumers and gender equality, Vera Jourova attend the signature of the so called umbrella agreement on personal data protection, on June 2, 2016 in Amsterdam. / AFP / [...]
Danger lurks among the products and places we encounter every day -- that's one key takeaway from the Consumer Product Safety Commission's latest report on injuries associated with the stuff we buy.
With the biggest part of the economy -- consumer spending -- moderating, much of the projected pickup stems from a narrower trade deficit and a rebuilding of inventories. While a report Wednesday showed a gain in merchandise exportsShow More Summary
Bluecore, an industry leading customer experience platform, has just released a new report, “How Millennials … The post What Do Consumers Want? Email! When Do They Want It? Now! appeared first on Mobile Marketing Watch.
A new report from Vietnam-based research firm Decision Lab has revealed some interesting dining habits by local consumers, and points to how food industry operators in the country can capitalize on this increasingly lucrative market...
The idea of eating bugs has created a buzz lately in both foodie and international development circles as a more sustainable alternative to consuming meat and fish. Now a report examines how the nutrients -- particularly iron -- provided by grasshoppers, crickets and other insects really measures up to beef. It finds that insects could indeed fill that dietary need.
Remember the death of the PC? The workhorse of the consumer technology industry has reportedly been “dying” for years now, which really just means that it’s aging. A few years ago, however, the rise of the tablet had industry watchers convinced it was about to strike the laptop’s final blow. There was one problem with that story. Show More Summary
Apple is expected to be making big iPhone changes in 2017. And those changes may convince consumers to upgrade from older iPhones or switch from Android devices.
Peripherals and consumer electronics stylists Logitech (LOGI) early this morning reported fiscal Q2 revenue and profit that easily topped analysts' expectations, and forecast full year revenue well above consensus, sending its shares...Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal reporter Takashi Mochizuki, who has long since had a direct line in on Nintendo, is stating that the company "won't make a loss" selling the Nintendo Switch, but it's "also listening t what consumers expect...when...Show More Summary
(American Chemical Society) The idea of eating bugs has created a buzz lately in both foodie and international development circles as a more sustainable alternative to consuming meat and fish. Now a report appearing in ACS' Journal of...Show More Summary
World stock markets were mostly lower Wednesday, following some downbeat U.S. corporate earnings news, including from Apple, and as crude oil prices are slumping this week. There were also some weak consumer confidence reports coming out of the European Union Wednesday. The post Global Equity Markets See Pressure From Downbeat U.S. Show More Summary
Retail consumers are willing to pay more of the manufacturer's suggested retail price for athleisure (think Lululemon-style) items while they aren't for other types of clothing, according to new data from Fung Global Retail & Technology and First Insight. Show More Summary
Silicon Valley Business Journal: ?Tesla Motors Gets Hammered by Consumer Reports Tesla Motors was ranked one of the least-reliable car companies in America by Consumer Reports on Monday, just ahead of its third-quarter earnings report. The Palo Alto-based car maker now ranks No. Show More Summary
SILICON VALLEY — Tesla Motors was ranked one of the least-reliable car companies in America by Consumer Reports on Monday, just ahead of its third-quarter earnings report. The Palo Alto-based car maker now ranks No. 25 out of 29 for reliability, per the report, based on annual surveys of the magazine's subscribers. Show More Summary
Over one-third of Americans report health problems -- from asthma attacks to migraine headaches -- when exposed to common fragranced consumer products such as air fresheners, cleaning supplies, laundry products, scented candles, cologne, and personal care products. Show More Summary
Consumer Reports this week published their annual look at which car brands are beacons of reliability and which brands you might be better off avoiding altogether. Earlier today, we took a close look at Tesla which appeared close to the bottom of the list of least reliable cars. Show More Summary
Asian cars (Korean and Japanese) are most reliable. Buick shocker: No. 3 overall. Tech complexity turns off some owners.
It looks great, keeps tabs on your phone, and does everything you want a smartwatch to do. No wonder Consumer Reports ranked the Martian Notifier Smartwatch a Top 4 Best Smartwatch in 2014. We love it too…which is why we’re offering the Martian Notifier Smartwatch for 76% off at the Mary Sue Shop.