As companies try to cut down on costs to boost economic recovery, they are more likely to indulge in “greenwashing”.
H&M CEO Karl-Johan Persson’s false dichotomy between fighting global poverty and cutting global emissions is a familiar trick.
While pushing shopping carts is probably one of the only forms of exercise that sedentary, consumerist Americans engage in on a regular basis, the time may have come to let machines undertake even this minimally demanding task.
By looking at 50 million receipts from retail stores, restaurants, and bars, the number-crunchers behind shopper-rewards app Ibotta were able to put together a thorough analysis of price fluctuations for beer and wine.
According to new research from the University of Sheffield, Britain’s increasing reliance on convenience food means more being sent to landfill.
While a big, absorbent roll of tissue may not be the most aesthetically pleasing accoutrement on your dinner table, it seems to be the main choice among consumers who see buying flimsier paper napkins as redundant.
The Roman family was appalled to find that their daughter's tablecloth drawings ended up costing them an extra 16 euro.