Posts Tagged ‘Sales’

Components drive record Samsung profits as mobile sales slide

Components drive record Samsung profits as mobile sales slide

Samsung Electronics has reported Q1 earnings in line with its guidance: as predicted, the company made an operating profit of 9.9 trillion won (about $ 8.7 billion), its second biggest quarter ever and its highest ever figure for the January to March period. Revenue was 50.55 trillion won, or about $ 44.7 billion. Samsung...

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Boost your wardrobe with Memorial Day sales — Savings Experiment

Boost your wardrobe with Memorial Day sales — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment The Memorial Day sales frenzy is fast approaching. To separate the legit deals from the spending traps, you have to know what to buy. Here are a few bargains to hit — and a few to skip. First, avoid buying summer items. While it may be tempting, items like BBQ...

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Save bundles by tracking supermarket sales cycles — Savings Experiment

Save bundles by tracking supermarket sales cycles — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment Grocery shopping is pretty routine. Week after week, we go in and buy the same items without thinking too much about it. But you should be wary of shopping on autopilot. Chances are, you’re overpaying — sometimes by as much as 50 percent. The secret lies in the store’s sales...

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Final Sales to Begin at 143 Sports Authority Stores

Final Sales to Begin at 143 Sports Authority Stores

Filed under: Market News Getty By Karla Bowsher Sports Authority won court approval Thursday to begin final sales at stores that are slated to close. The store closings will happen over the next three months, the retailer said in a website announcement Wednesday. Court approval of Sports Authority’s proposal to close 143 stores came...

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Automakers post healthy February US sales gains

Automakers post healthy February US sales gains

DETROIT (AP) — Fiat Chrysler’s U.S. sales rose a healthy 12 percent in February as buyers ignored a stock market funk and returned to showrooms after a snowy January. The Italian-American automaker says it sold just under 183,000 cars and trucks last month for its best February in a decade. Industry analysts expect February...

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Save bundles with President’s Day sales — Savings Experiment

Save bundles with President’s Day sales — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment, Shopping, Did You Know Did you know that President’s Day weekend features some of the biggest sales of the year? While often overshadowed by “bigger” retail holidays, you can actually save bundles on President’s Day – if you know what to shop for! Want to look presidential in a new...

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The Apple Watch didn’t slow down sales of fitness trackers last year

The Apple Watch didn’t slow down sales of fitness trackers last year

Spending on wearable devices in the US nearly doubled in 2015 from 2014, according to the NPD Group, a research firm that tracks sales of consumer products. NPD estimates that 13.4 million connected activity trackers were sold in the US in 2015, up from 7.2 million in 2014, totaling $ 1.46 billion in sales, up...

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Facebook and Instagram to ban users from coordinating private gun sales

Facebook and Instagram to ban users from coordinating private gun sales

Facebook will soon forbid users from coordinating private firearm sales using the social network, according to Reuters and The New York Times. The move, which also extends to Instagram, is a dramatic statement from the company, which has already worked to tighten policies around guns. The new measure applies to public posts; Facebook won’t be...

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Facebook to ban private gun sales on social networks

Facebook to ban private gun sales on social networks

Daniel UriaSAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 30 (UPI) — Facebook moved to ban private gun sales on the social network as well as mobile photo app Instagram on Friday. Latest News – UPI.com

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Germany rethinking arms sales to Saudi Arabia

Germany rethinking arms sales to Saudi Arabia

Ryan MaassBERLIN, Jan. 5 (UPI) — The German government is evaluating its sale of military equipment and arms to Saudi Arabia in response to escalating tensions between the kingdom and Iran. Top News – UPI.com

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