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Minimum Wages Are On the Rise

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By Jonathan Cardiello

Effective October 1, 2018, Delaware will enact a 50-cent increase in its minimum wage, bringing it to a new high of $8.75 per hour. Shortly thereafter ... read more >

U.S. retail sales in June increase 6.6% year-over-year, leading to the continued rise in interest rates by the Federal Reserve for 2018

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By Shane Burkholder

Boosted by increased purchases primarily of automobiles, retail sales during June in the United States rose steadily, affirming expectations for strong ... read more >

Traditional Retailers on the Mend?

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By Zachary Rose

Scott Galloway, a professor of marketing at New York University’s Stern School of Business once said about Amazon that the company does not want ... read more >

Use Tax - To Report or To Collect and Remit: That is the Question

If the United States Supreme Court upholds the physical presence standard in its South Dakota v. Wayfair opinion, many remote sellers lacking the physical ... read more >

U.S. Retail Sales on the Rise

U.S. retail sales were on the rise at the beginning of the second quarter. Commerce Department figures showed that there was a 0.8% increase in the value ... read more >

The Earliest of Early Black Friday Deals

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By Jessica Gates

With the holiday season quickly approaching, the month of November could be a huge boost for the retail industry. According to surveys from NPD Group, ... read more >

Papa John's Claims NFL is to Blame for a Poor Third Quarter

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By Natasa Capuzzi

Papa John’s has been a NFL league sponsor since 2010, but the company’s founder and CEO, John Schnatter was quick to blame the league for its ... read more >

State Income Withholding Simplification on the Horizon

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By Brian Burnett

The House of Representatives recently passed the Mobile Workforce State Income Tax Simplification Act of 2017. If enacted, employees who work in a state ... read more >