Target.com is offering a 15 percent discount on all items on the site in addition to special deals while Walmart's Cyber Monday will start on Sunday.
Chicago Tribune (tiered sub.) -
A new bill known as the Food Labeling Modernization Act proposed by Democratic members of the House and Senate would direct Health and Human Services to establish a single standard for front-of-package labeling for all food products sold in the U.S.
The Hill -
While much attention is paid to store employees who have to work on the holiday, not much is given to those working in fulfillment centers of dot-coms such as Amazon.
Boston Business Journal -
Are Americans compensating for something with televisions of 50 inches or more on their walls? According to NPD Group, sales of these bigger sets are up 10 percent even as total TV sales are down three percent.
The Washington Post (tiered sub.) -
Is a picture worth a thousand shares (or more) on social media? Nordstrom and Sephora, which communicate largely with product photos, are at the top of the list of retailers when it comes to social engagement, according to Shareablee.
The big burger chains are back with all three posting same-store gains of three percent or more in the latest quarter.
New York Post -
The fast food chain has published its first formal code of conduct to outline key priorities and encourage responsibility on the part of vendors across the supply chain.
The Columbus Dispatch (tiered sub.) -
Does Dwayne want to be just like Mike? The Wade X Naked underwear collection will launch next year in Nordstrom.