consumers Archive

France’s digital tax could hurt consumers more than tech companies

France’s Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire sent a clear message to the U.S. and the rest

Nancy Pelosi’s latest Medicare proposal would pass drug discounts to all consumers

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) speaking at her weekly press conference at the US Capitol in

What consumers need to know about Libra, Facebook’s new cryptocurrency

What does it mean for the average consumer that the first truly global currency could be

If China and the US split the tech world, that could come at a cost to consumers

If the ongoing tensions between Beijing and Washington force companies to develop two different sets of

UnitedHealth gives drug discounts directly to consumers in move beyond Trump crackdown

UnitedHealth said Tuesday all of its new employer-sponsored plans in 2020 will pass discounts paid to

Chinese consumers are taking sides in the trade war and that's bad news for US companies: Cramer

Chinese consumers are starting to “take sides” as the U.S.-China trade dispute rages on, and that

Retailers are slashing iPhone prices across China as consumers say the phones aren't worth the cost

Apple’s latest iPhone models are facing huge discounts in China as retailers try to sell the

Apple Watch is giving consumers control over their health, but some patients are taking it too far

When Apple introduced its electrocardiogram feature for the Apple Watch last month, it instantly gave millions

Goldman Sachs: As long as consumers keep shopping, there's hope for the economy

For a market that’s become increasingly jittery over the U.S. economy, Goldman Sachs has a message:

Chinese consumers aren't spending as much. Many are worried about the future

China‘s massive consumer base is feeling a chill that could have ripple effects throughout an economy