Cyber Monday Brings 'Porch Pirate' Warning From San Mateo SupervisorSan Mateo County Supervisor David J. Canepa has a warning for mail-order shoppers on this "Cyber Monday" -- watch out for "Porch Pirates" now and during the entire holiday shopping season.
Bay Area Storm Puts Damper On Holiday Travel, Shopping PlansMore than 50 million people across the country are expected to travel this wet holiday weekend and, for many, it is a popular weekend for shopping.
Online Black Friday Sales Hit Record $7.4 Bn Setting Up Big Cyber MondayThis year’s Black Friday was the biggest ever for online sales, as fewer people hit the stores and shoppers rang up $7.4 billion in transactions from their phones, computers and tablets.
Target Repairs Outage That Left Frustrated Customers Standing In Long Lines For HoursA computer glitch at Target stores has been repaired after thousands of frustrated shoppers were unable to purchase their goods at the checkout registers across the country, on Saturday.
Westfield Mall Evacuated, Police Take Weapon-Wielding Man Into CustodyWestfield Mall on Market Street was evacuated for a time Sunday evening on a report of a man swinging an undisclosed weapon, San Francisco police said.
Walmart Partners With Google On Grocery Shopping Via VoiceWalmart will now allow its shoppers to order their groceries by voice through Google's smart home assistant.
Sales Tax Rates Rise Monday; Out-of-State Online Sellers IncludedA total of 51 cities across California are adding to their local sales taxes at the beginning of April, that's on top of the standard statewide rate of 7.25 percent.
Milk Pail Market In Mountain View To Close After 45-Year RunThe owners of the Milk Pail Market, a Mountain View staple, are calling it quits in June after a 45 year run.
Christmas Morning Offered Few Retail, Dining Options for the Bah, Humbug SetKPIX 5's Don Ford went on the hunt in the East Bay for retail and dining establishments that stayed open on this bright, clear Christmas Day.
Shoppers Fill Union Square Seeking Last Minute GiftsUnion Square in San Francisco was bustling Sunday afternoon as people enjoyed the holiday decorations while completing their last minute shopping.
Longtime Customers Mourn Loss of Historic S.F. Department Store Gump's on Its Final DayOn Sunday, San Francisco's oldest department store, Gump's -- a holiday destination for generations -- opened its doors for the last time and shoppers came for bargains and memories.
Bay Area Black Friday Shoppers Brave Showers In Search Of BargainsThe massive parking lot at the outlet mall Livermore was overwhelmed by midnight. Thousands of Black Friday shoppers were lined up ready to take in all the bargains and discounted goods.
Amazon Says Website Glitch Exposed Customer Names and E-mailsAmazon says a technical error on its website exposed the names and email addresses of some customers.
Retailers: $150 Million SF Mall Sits Empty Due To Dirty, Unsafe StreetsThe empty "Six by Six Mall" on Market Street, which was finished in 2016, still has no tenants.
Brookstone Files for Bankruptcy, Will Close Mall StoresBrookstone, the ubiquitous seller of cool but largely unneeded things, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and will close the 101 of its stores that are located in malls.