From cereal to soap and paper towels to pretzels, you might have noticed you're not getting as much as you're used to. Liz Collins reports.

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Shrinkflation Taking A Bite Out Of People's PaychecksFrom cereal to soap and paper towels to pretzels, you might have noticed you're not getting as much as you're used to. Liz Collins reports.
Pearl River Mart: An 'Asian American Wonderland Emporium' Is Reborn In SoHo"What we're doing is more than just business; we are trying to build a bridge between the two countries," co-owner Ching Yeh Chen told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Amazon Prime Day UnderwayHoliday shopping season is months away, but there are plenty of deals to find right now. CBS2's Cindy Hsu has more on Amazon Prime Day.
At Harlem's Heaven Hat Shop, Evetta Petty Knows 'Hats Are Powerful'"I'll make a hat out of anything," owner Evetta Petty told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Beauty, Apparel Sales Back On The RiseVaccinated people are ready to mingle again, and retailers are benefiting.
Century 21 Department Stores To Reopen After Bankruptcy FilingCentury 21 department stores are staging a comeback.
Major Retailers Reveal Christmas Eve Hours2020 has been a year like no other because of the pandemic, but hours of operation on Christmas Eve at most stores will be similar to what they were last year.
White Plains Holding Expanded Holiday Market With New Safety ProtocolsChristmas in the time of coronavirus. Some of the biggest holiday markets in New York City cancelled this year. But, one northern suburb decided to “double down” with its most expansive holiday market ever. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Black Friday Scaled Back This YearThis Black Friday, stores have cut back hours and there are plenty of deals online. But as CBS2's Christina Fan reports, that didn't stop some shoppers from heading to stores for certain items.
Black Friday Buzz Not The Same This YearBlack Friday traditionally kicks off the holiday shopping season with big sales and a crush of customers. But hard-hit retailers are hoping customers will still line up for the deals, just in different ways because of the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Is Holiday Shopping Safe During The Pandemic?The holiday shopping season is nearly upon us, and the CDC lists "shopping in crowded stores" as a higher risk activity. So how can you safely navigate gift giving this year? CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Local Retailers Worried About Holiday Shopping Season As Many Americans Go OnlineFor many Americans, the holiday shopping season is well underway, but the shift to the web and the pandemic are having a big impact on local retailers; Anna Werner reports for CBS2.
COVID Pandemic Reshaping Holiday Shopping Season As Retailers Offer Major Deals In OctoberMajor retailers are kicking off Black Friday in October with major deals online, trying to lure families who may be more budget conscious. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Roosevelt Field Mall Reopens On Long IslandIndoor shopping malls were able to welcome back shoppers Friday in regions that have reached Phase 4 reopening. CBS2's John Dias reports from the Roosevelt Field mall on Long Island.
Malls Get The Green Light To Reopen In Phase 4Two malls in our area are set to welcome back shoppers for the first time in months, and another will reopen tomorrow. CBS2's John Dias has the latest.
Amazon Secures Massive Warehouse In QueensAmazon is coming to Queens after canceling plans to open a second headquarters in the borough last year.
Experts Warn Against Comfort Shopping While At Home During Coronavirus PandemicIt's no surprise that some people are home are heading online for some retail therapy, but there are big downsides to comfort shopping; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Neiman Marcus Reportedly Considering BankruptcyAccording to Reuters, the high-end department store could file for bankruptcy as soon as this week.
Experts Urge Online Shoppers To Think Before They Buy As Retailers Advertise Sales Amid Coronavirus PandemicSome of the biggest retailers and subscription sites are slashing prices to make up for losses due to the coronavirus outbreak. CBS2's Charlie Cooper took a look at what shoppers should know before taking advantage of bargains.
Coronavirus Update: Shopping Frenzy Leads To Empty Shelves At StoresAs the coronavirus spreads, shoppers are preparing to hunker down at home.Grocery store shelves are empty all over the Tri-State Area. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
New Barbies Honor Women's History MonthJust ahead of Women's History Month, Barbie is paying tribute to some incredible heroines of their time.
With Local Grocery Stores Having Trouble Staying Afloat, What Does It Mean For Shoppers?Running any business in New York is tough, but the grocery business is notoriously challenging. Alan Sytsma from Grub Street, New York Magazine's food and restaurant blog, stopped by CBSN New York to discuss it. 
Tiffany Closing Flagship Store For RenovationsThe iconic Tiffany & Co. store on Fifth Avenue is closing down today for renovations.
Malls Getting Makeovers To Compete With Online ShoppingCBS2's Kenneth Craig has the latest on how mall makeovers are helping shopping centers compete with the growth of online shopping.

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