Macy's plans to hire 41,000 full and part-time seasonal workers for the upcoming holiday season. Over 10,300 seasonal workers in 2021 joined the company full-time.
Target is starting the holiday shopping season early, with its popular Deal Days and price matching beginning in October.
Walmart is taking a cautious approach to the holiday shopping season as retailers face a slowdown in consumer spending overall due to surging costs on things like rent and food.
'Louis Wishes You A Cool Yule' is the 1st official Christmas album of the late, great Louis Armstrong.
Target and FAO Schwarz are teaming up to release an exclusive collection featuring toys under $20, and it will be available starting in mid-October.
One company is offering horror fans a "scream job" ahead of Halloween this year.
UPS promotes seasonal jobs as positions that can lead to year-round employment.
Michaels says it's giving holiday hires more earning potential.
Post offices, schools, some banks and Costco warehouses will be closed on Monday, while other stores may have modified hours.
Labor Day weekend air travel was forecast to reach pre-pandemic levels.
Crowds of people packed the ferries in New York City on Friday to spend their last unofficial weekend of summer on Fire Island, while others opted to stay on the shore to get a head start at the beach.
One of the most revered holiday films in movie history is getting a sequel.
Delays at major airports across the country are possible over the Labor Day holiday.
Families can save on toys this holiday season with many on the list under $25. These items are available now to buy or pre-order on Walmart’s website.
A popular living Pilgrim museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts is taking heat for the way it portrays both the European and Indigenous stories.
Hershey is the maker of Almond Joy, Twizzlers, Jolly Ranchers, Kit Kat bars, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and several other popular candies.
Hershey's CEO admitted that they will not be able to meet this year’s Halloween and Christmas demand.
Massive crowds gathered along the East River in New York City and along the waterfronts of Lower Manhattan and Hudson County, N.J., to watch separate fireworks shows on Monday night.
Joey Chestnut’s performance was briefly disrupted by a protestor who rushed the stage as he chomped down on dogs.
From “celebrating independence” of COVID-19 to being thrust into the tightening grip of inflation, many things look different from the last Fourth of July.