German retailers expect Christmas sales to top 90 billion euros this year - a record sum. The season is off to a good start, boosted by the vigorous growth of online sales.
In many Western countries the day after Christmas is called Boxing Day — a day of shopping on a par with Black Friday. But in the UK the figures reflect concerns over Brexit and online retail competition
When those magic red sale signs lure you into a store, your brain forgets everything else. Need it? Not really. Want it? Yes. Shopping can be like a drug. Neuroscientist Christian Elger explains why.
Germans are more and more likely to return items they have bought online, a new poll shows. The under 30s are the worst offenders, with fashion retailers most affected.
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