Business owner across the country are hoping that Small Business Saturday will help them recover from a slow pandemic economy.
Shelves are bare at many grocery stores, running short on paper products and cleaning supplies.
More people are scrolling a lot through social media during the pandemic, but experts say beware of consumer scams.
Amazon wants to know more about what you are buying and the company is willing to pay for information.
Carnival Cruises previously canceled cruises from that all U.S. ports except for Port Canaveral and Miami for the rest of the year.
Cruise lines are docked right now but they are making plans to set sail soon. They have agreed to test all passengers and crew members for COVID-19. Royal Caribbean is running test cruises to prepare for reopening for business.
So far in Florida, only the location in celebration is open for business - with plenty of safety and hygiene upgrades. The owner said he plans to have six of them open by the end of October and ten of them open by the end of the year.
The new testing rule is 'effective immediately worldwide,' said a CLIA exec.
Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) extended its 'No Sail' order for cruise ships through October 31st.
Airline passengers can now get their COVID-19 test results when flying at Tampa International Airport.
This is not only good news for consumers but also grocery store chains that had to deal with bare shelves earlier this year.
Empty store shelves were a common sight in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic. Now stores are stocking up on some items in case there is another wave of COVID-19, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
If you’ve just about had it with all the political ads on TV and the unsolicited calls encouraging you to vote for one candidate over the other, you’re not alone. However, political text messages also seem to be crowding up consumers’ phones as Election Day quickly approaches.
The Better Business Bureau is warning users of Cash App after several consumers reported losing money after calling an alleged fake customer service number they found on Google.
Amazon Prime Day pulled in over $7B in 2019
Toilet paper is back on store shelves. But you may not recognize some of the brands.
If you are struggling to pay your rent or mortgage because of hardships related to the coronavirus pandemic, experts offer these tips.
Guests can reportedly construct their own lightsaber, bringing it to life with the power of a kyber crystal.
Walmart is launching a new membership service for shoppers this month that it hopes can compete with Amazon Prime.
The Brevard Zoo has several safety measures in place to keep guests safe from COVID-19.