Ironically, we're awful gift-givers precisely because we spend too much time trying to be considerate.
Broadcast is slowly dying. Here's a good-looking plan to save it.
Are consumers ready to come back out and start spending again?
... while the vast majority of songs are on iTunes and YouTube?
After 30 years of catchup growth, consumers around the world are starting to look more and more American.
A story of neural networks and affect-based heuristics. Also, Tony the Tiger.
Today we rely on digital monopolies to organize and personalize our reading and shopping experiences. Is that so bad?
The fortress of classic economics was built on the slushy marsh of rational consumer theory. Thinking you can have every piece of information about a product is, in fact, anything but rational.
A new report finds that people are weary of the hidden costs of free.
And how to break the vicious cycle.
This is your brain on shopping, and it's not very smart
After quadrupling in the second half of the 20th century, retail work is stuck and declining as a share of the economy