As frugal post-recession consumers care less about their image, restaurants and movie theaters push more discounts for early meals and matinees.
If you have to use one of the few holidays on your calendar to shop, you may as well get a discount on stuff that will pay dividends later.
Streaming will keep the music industry growing for the next five years, but companies have to monetize service without cannibalizing business.
Burger King needs to give up the fast-food breakfast battle and its fast-casual dreams to bankroll Tim Hortons against Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts.
The unemployment rate is down, but the jobs being occupied at Walmart, Starbucks and elsewhere aren't giving workers much time, stability or money.
Streaming was a huge part of AMC and the success of 'Breaking Bad,' and a whole lot of networks are hoping Netflix, Amazon and Hulu can help them too.
Home and garden stores are heading into their seasonal slump after a strong summer, which is great news for shoppers seeking deals.
Some of the most basic comforts in the auto industry didn't make it to the average car until well after the recession. These vehicles prove it.
As album sales continue to slide and music fans embrace streaming, music ownership is becoming an increasingly small niche of vinyl-loving collectors.
As kids head back to school, the bricks-and-mortar retail industry continues its slow march toward irrelevance. Some chains are worse off than others.