A warning for parents as you head out Black Friday shopping. Toxic and dangerous toys are sitting on New Jersey store shelves, according to New Jersey Public Interest Research Group's 27th annual Trouble in Toyland report.
It's that time of year when little ghosts and goblins will get their costumes ready to take to the streets and go house to house in search of sweet treats. This year, there won't be many homes with the lights out.
Consumers are getting a jump start on the holiday shopping season, but with the economy still weighing heavily on their minds, they're keeping a conservative approach when it comes to their gift-giving budgets.
Retailers are bracing for what could be a profitable holiday shopping season, despite a great deal of uncertainty. The National Retail Federation expects holiday sales this year to increase 4.1 percent to $586.1 billion.
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