The economic lock down due to the COVID-19 pandemic has hit many industries hard, including the travel industry. One example of this is the Hertz chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. Fewer people traveling means less car rentals. This bankruptcy filing will … [Read more...] about Hertz Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Filing: What Will Happen to its Car Inventory?
Price gouging is the charging of an excessive amount for goods or services to a level considered unethical. People pay obscene prices when they feel they have no other choice. With the onset of the COVID-19, pandemic price gouging has occurred … [Read more...] about COVID-19 Price Gouging and How to Avoid It
Book retail giant Barnes and Noble has the largest number of brick and mortar outlets in the United States with 627 as of March 7th, 2019. It is a Fortune 1000 company with yearly revenue of over $3.5 billion. It seems like shoppers can find a … [Read more...] about How Many Barnes and Noble Stores Are in the United States?
Millions of people are under a shelter in place order from their state government. My state has been under such an order for about six weeks now. We're getting restless to get out and do things, especially as the weather gets warmer. People are … [Read more...] about Inexpensive Entertainment While Quarantined
Price matching is a common practice in which retailers honor lower prices offered by competitors. It attracts customers, even if many of them never take advantage of it. Many mall-goers find Barnes and Noble an oasis to find something new to read … [Read more...] about Does Barnes and Noble Price Match?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, experts suggest minimizing contact with other people. Bank transactions require money, checks and receipts to be passed between teller and customer, potentially exposing either one to the virus. Luckily, there are mobile … [Read more...] about Mobile Banking During the COVID-19 Pandemic