With Christmas just weeks away, it's not only a great opportunity for you to stock up in time for all the celebrations, but it's also the perfect chance to bag some brilliant, low-cost chocolate bundles for gifting.
With Christmas just weeks away, it's not only a great opportunity for you to stock up in time for all the celebrations, but it's also the perfect chance to bag some brilliant, low-cost chocolate for gifting. Enter, this giant milk chocolate bar from the nation's leading chocolate brand: Cadbury.
If you love Lindor truffles you need this in your cupboard ready for Christmas. Filled with a whopping 80 chocolates, these bulk bags are available in three options; either classic milk chocolate, mixed or silver.
Get a taste of Lindt's favourite truffles with a bundle of the brand's five best chocolate boxes. Flavours included: Milk Chocolate, White Chocolate, Strawberries & Cream White Chocolate, Milk & White Chocolate, Dark Chocolate and Hazelnut Chocolate. Perfect for gifting or stocking up on chocolate treats for you and the family this year.
A new report by Wall Street Journal reveals an unsettling trend on Instagram Reels feature with the app's algorithm pushing "salacious content" tied to pre-teen users, appearing alongside well-known brands’ advertisements. Wall Street Journal Reporter Jeff Horowitz — one of the journalists behind the story — joins Yahoo Finance Live to reveal disturbing details about Reels and the way its algorithm appears to actually work. Horowitz discovered “dark” content that included known victims of exploitation being used as advertisements for other websites and apps. Horowitz states “the algorithm is adapting to the network”, noting that it’s “very easy” for Instagram to pick up on preferences from burner accounts and appears to adjust quickly. According to the report, Instagram staff were allegedly made aware of this previously. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.
U.S. in-store retail sales swelled last week by the most since December courtesy of aggressive discounts, but the year-over-year sales gain for the week covering the traditional Black Friday shopping season kick-off was the smallest in six years. The Johnson Redbook Index, which samples about 9,000 U.S. general merchandise retailers, rose by 6.3% on a year-over-year basis in the week ended Nov. 25 from the prior week's 3.4% gain, Redbook Research said on Tuesday. Sales volumes increased for retailers during the Black Friday weekend where cost-aware consumers sought out larger discounts on expensive purchases, according to the report.
One of the reasons I loathe the Marks and Spencer Christmas advert is its contempt for tradition dressed up as liberation. One woman torches the Christmas cards (you know, the cards that would bring so much pleasure, particularly to elderly relatives who still appreciate things they can open and touch). Another throws all the party hats we wear at Christmas lunch on a fire – although that scene was cut after someone suggested the burning red and green hats resembled the Palestinian flag.
It’s another day on planet Earth and the masses are flocking to Trader Joe’s for another fan favorite that’s back in stock. Jingle Jangle just hit the shelves but it won’t be there for long. If you’ve seen videos of people grabbing tins of Jingle Jangle then, you know you need to get yours ASAP. […]
The National Christmas tree was blown down by strong 30-43mph gusts around the White House on November 28. Crews replaced a snapped cable and raised the tree upright with a crane within an hour. At least three National Christmas Trees have been toppled by high winds.