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After a barrage of lawsuits directed at the online shopping industry, it appeared Amazon Inc. was starting to phase out list pricing, a controversial practice accused of deceptively inflating how much consumers save through the e-commerce giant.
But a study commissioned by Consumer Watchdog finds…
Energy stocks are leading an early decline on Wall Street as the price of oil takes another turn lower.
Marathon Oil slumped 3.9% in early trading Tuesday. Murphy Oil dropped 3%.
Streaming music company Pandora Media slumped 3.5% after the company announced it will launch an on-demand music service…
U.S. stocks fell for the third day in a row as energy companies tumbled along with the price of crude oil. Investors also sold high-dividend stocks as bond yields rose.
Crude oil prices fell 5%, their biggest drop in more than a year, after the government reported a big buildup in fuel stockpiles.
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About a week after Disneyland raised its ticket prices, Universal Studios Hollywood hiked attendance prices an extra $ 5 per visitor.
The daily ticket price at the gate rose to $ 120 from $ 115, on top of increases adopted last year of up to 20%. Universal Orlando also raised prices over the weekend…
If you have saved all year to strap on your mouse ears and go crazy on the tea cup ride at Disneyland, you are going to need to save a bit more.
Starting Sunday, the admission prices for Disneyland and the adjacent California Adventure Park in Anaheim are going up $ 2 for daily passes and as much…
Southern California home prices jumped in December, reaching the highest level in more than nine years.
An improving economy and a shortage of homes for sale propelled prices up 6.8% from a year earlier, real estate data firm CoreLogic said Tuesday. December’s median price of $ 470,000 was up 1.1%…
Phone companies led the major U.S. stock indexes higher in morning trading Tuesday, as the market recouped some of its losses from the day before. Industrial and bank stocks also rose, while real estate companies were the biggest laggard. Crude oil prices headed lower, pulling down energy stocks.
Consumer prices in China decelerated last month while prices at the factory gate jumped more than expected, as earlier government pro-growth policies continued to steady the world’s second-largest economy.
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