Americans Want A No-Gift Christmas: But Many Still Out Shopping

Americans spent approximately $885 per person on Christmas gifts in 2018, the highest in recent years. However, rising expenses are also leading to mounting holiday ...

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How ‘smart’ is your home? A peek into America’s preferences

Smart homes are touted to be the next big reality in America, especially given the interest and eagerness with which Americans have begun consuming technology. ...

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Countdown to #GivingTuesday: How & Where will Americans donate?

  Giving Tuesday has become a major movement in the US, with $400 million donated on this day in 2018 alone. However, the new tax law ...

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Thanksgiving & Food Waste: What’s The Plan This Year?

Americans waste a massive amount of food on Thanksgiving every year. However, at the same time, US consumers are also becoming increasingly environmentally-conscious. Piplsay polled ...

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Black Friday Shopping: How Much Are You Overspending?

Black Friday is a major shopping event in the US, with Americans spending millions of dollars each year. Increasingly, Black Friday deals have started dropping ...

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Beer In Paper Bottles: What’s Your Take, America?

Beer manufacturer Carlsberg recently unveiled its paper bottle prototype at a Copenhagen summit. Given the increasing focus on sustainability vis-à-vis brands, the American media naturally ...

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For The Love Of Candy; What’s In Store This Holiday Season?

For The Love Of Candy: What’s In Store This Holiday Season?

Chocolate has traditionally been a favorite among Americans. However, non-chocolate candy sales are surging, and surprisingly brands are making it onto America's favorite candy list. ...

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Back-to-School Shopping: What Do American Parents Prefer?

The new school year has just begun, and American retailers are all stocked up for this major annual event. School supplies have become a booming ...

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National Trick-or-Treat Day: Is America For or Against It?

With over 150,000 signatures, an online petition to move Halloween to the last Saturday of October garnered a lot of attention this year. Americans, however, ...

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