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More and more consumers are ditching shopping at brick-and-mortar stores and turning to online shopping during the holiday season. Based on a poll question CivicScience developed that collected 2,023 responses from November 19, 2014 to November 25, 2014, we found that of the consumers who plan to shop this holiday (throughout the whole holiday shopping […]
With more retailers launching major sales events earlier this season (some even started last Friday), there is fierce competition for wallet share. We know from a previous poll that consumers don’t plan to substantially increase their total holiday spending this year, so this means that many retailers are doing whatever it takes to get those […]
Just over a year ago, our fellow Pittsburgh residents elected a new mayor, former City Councilman Bill Peduto. Peduto swept into office as something of an outsider to the old school Democratic political machine that had dominated the city for decades. His progressive brand of politics and policy represented a new frontier for a relatively […]
Warning: middle-aged angst is contained in this article. Even though it’s still “invitation only” to join, there’s been a lot of buzz around Ello, the newly launched social networking destination that promises better treatment of its users and their data (read Ello’s manifesto online). The company recently closed an additional $5.5 million in investment – […]