Alina Selyukh Alina Selyukh is a business correspondent at NPR.
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A shopper browses Black Friday sales at a Macy's store in Jersey City, N.J. Kena Betancur/Getty Images hide caption

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Here's how inflation is changing holiday deals and shopping

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Black Friday shoppers are expected to spend more money due to inflation

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Due to high inflation this year, NPR's Business desk shares cheaper dishes to substitute for Thanksgiving stables. Maansi Srivastava/NPR hide caption

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Inflation won't win Thanksgiving: Here's NPR's plan to help you save on a meal

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Clothing stores have a major problem on their hands: Too many things

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New government data and reports from retailers show Americans still shopping

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Folgers is trying to be cool — but it has a problem with its reputation

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Folgers is trying to be cool with millennials and Gen X coffee drinkers. Inflation is helping. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Folgers, a throwback coffee brand in a time of nitro lattes, wants to be cool

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Folgers is trying to be cool, confronting its bad reputation

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Adidas cuts ties with Ye after he made anti-Semitic comments

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At an Amazon warehouse in upstate New York, workers vote against unionizing

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Organizer Heather Goodall, who works at Amazon's warehouse near Albany, N.Y., leads supporters of the Amazon Labor Union in a march on Oct. 10. Lucas Willard/WAMC hide caption

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Amazon workers vote against unionizing at upstate NY warehouse

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A customer exits a Kroger grocery store on Sept. 9 in Houston, Tx. Brandon Bell/Getty Images hide caption

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Kroger and Albertsons plan merger to combine 2 largest supermarket chains

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