A price tag obviously tells you how much an item costs, but it can actually disclose a whole lot more.
Heavy Internet users may see their prices rise as cable providers continue testing a new business model that charges customers based upon the amount of data they use.
She urges Floridians to report any suspected price gouging during this declared State of Emergency.
Because fuel costs are expected to go down in 2013, so consumers should not see higher bills. However, outside factors could push fuel prices up, meaning the new rates would impact wallets.
As the global economy continues to sputter, there could be some good news on the horizon for the South Florida economy.
You’re in the checkout line at the supermarket and you’re buying the same foods you buy every week. So why is your grocery bill growing? The culprit is food inflation.
If you haven’t already noticed, prices at the pump are on the rise and gas prices are expected to go even higher this year, possibly as high as $4 a gallon or more during the summer.
Tropicana said Tuesday it will be raising the price of some of its juices by upwards of 8 percent to try and deal with high costs due to the cold weather that hit Florida’s citrus crops this winter.
Pull into a drive-through at Wendy’s or Checker’s lately and you’ll be greeted with a sign that if you want tomatoes, you have to ask for them. The reason behind the change is because tomato prices are skyrocketing.
The former president of Shell Oil now says that Americans may end up paying $5 per gallon by the beginning of 2012.