More Americans have taken up the age-old habits of consumers overseas. They’ve become hagglers, armed with mobile devices, pricing apps and more consumer information than a brick-and-mortar retailer can smite with a mere smile.
More Americans have taken up the age-old habits of consumers overseas. They’ve become hagglers, armed with mobile devices, pricing apps and more consumer information than a brick-and-mortar retailer can smite with a mere smile. Neil Nakahodo The Kansas City Star
More Americans have taken up the age-old habits of consumers overseas. They’ve become hagglers, armed with mobile devices, pricing apps and more consumer information than a brick-and-mortar retailer can smite with a mere smile. Neil Nakahodo The Kansas City Star

On the price of almost anything, we’re becoming a nation of hagglers

January 31, 2015 6:00 AM