The National Association of Realtors said Thursday that last month's decline pushed sales down to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.33 million units, the slowest pace since September 2011.
The two-day shopping event is typically held in July, but keeping up with demand amid COVID-19 has led to the delay, according to a report.
The reported text says the recipient has qualified for $175 worth of free groceries and comes with a link to redeem the offer. But don’t click the link.
An outbreak of the novel coronavirus at a Maruchan ramen noodle factory in Virginia has sickened several workers, according to local reports.
Local restaurants are preparing for the day they can reopen for dine-in after Governor Newsom laid out guidelines on Tuesday afternoon that will have to be met to do so.
The Better Business Bureau is warning of an uptick in new scams.
A 'limited quantity' is being recalled after the mixup in packaging.
Grocery and goods giant Costco will limit the amount of fresh beef, pork and chicken products customers can buy.
The owner of J.Crew is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, two months after the first person in New York tested positive for COVID-19.
Kroger confirmed on Friday that the supermarket chain will be putting “purchase limits” on fresh pork products and ground beef at “select stores.”
For so many, it’s a weekend ritual: head to the theater, grab the popcorn and get lost in the latest blockbuster.
“People will pay any price and do anything if they think it’s going to protect them,” says Shelly Gate.
All net proceeds will be donated to #FirstRespondersFirst, an initiative created to help provide essential supplies, equipment and resources for health care workers and their families.
Costco announced it will require all shoppers to wear face masks starting May 4.
With estimates of $3.5 billion spent on concert tickets this year, third parties holding all that money are struggling to keep up with refunding audiences who want their money back.
In response to a Federal Trade Commission complaint, a Sherman Oaks-based marketer of a supplement consisting mainly of Vitamin C and herbal extracts has agreed to a preliminary order barring him from claiming that it is effective at treating, preventing or reducing the risk of COVID-19, the FTC announced Tuesday.
The chairman of Tyson Foods has issued a stark warning to Americans following the shuttering of multiple meat processing plants across the country: “The food supply chain is breaking.”
Californians won’t be charged 10 cents per bag at the grocery store and retailers can again hand out thinner, single-use plastic bags under an executive order signed Thursday by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Police in California are warning the public of the re-emergence of an online scam known as “The Circle Game,” which asks people to pay an “entry fee” in order to play.
In order to encourage social distancing while shopping during the COVID-19 pandemic, Walmart stores are updating their policy by creating one-way aisles.