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The popular Mexican chain told the Associated Press it plans to raise price for the first time in three years. Menu boards featuring the new prices will start to show up in the chain's restaurants next week with the rollout completing by the summer.
Special to the Miami Herald The old adage, the more things change, the more they stay the same, is certainly true when it comes to consumers' perception about fair prices. Not long ago, a firestorm erupted when Netflix tried to implement a 60
Disney declined to say why it chose to raise prices early this year. A spokesman for the resort instead reiterated a statement Disney issued over the weekend. "Our pricing reflects the high quality and breadth of experiences we offer and our ongoing
Samuel has been using an underhanded pricing trick to con unsuspecting shoppers...Samuel plans to explain the discount is a result of a fall in the price of gold. The memo, seen by The Sun , reads: 'Due to the success and significant lift in sales
These days, prices for a number of goods and services have suddenly begun to rise...But most of them appear to be escaping the government's number-crunchers, when it comes to showing up in its various price indexes. You see, there are several ways
A loonie is pictured in North Vancouver, B.C., Tuesday, Dec.31, 2013. Currencies At this point we are not announcing a currency surcharge, however we cannot rule it out as a possibility if our dollar doesn't strengthen, Janine Chapman, vice-president
Dear Jeff, My margins are too thin and I need to raise prices. But I'm concerned about pissing off or even losing customers if I do. Any ideas? -- Name withheld by request If you're in retail the mechanics of announcing and actually raising prices is
The losers are the small independent retailers, and customers that are not targeted by a win-back team. Data just released by the Electricity Authority show that up to 30% of customers switching to small retailers are persuaded to switch back again.
Michael Frontier and Terry Opalek of West Loop-based Terry's Toffees. Updated: September 22, 2013 7:18PM That sweet tooth may cost you a little more this holiday season could and we're not just talking about that trip to the dentist.
A year ago, Teresa Hartnett was on the verge of expanding her small business. The company had hit $1 million in sales, and requests from clients were flowing in. She planned to transition from nearly 30 freelancers to a full-time staff of 60 by 2014.