Friday, November 30, 2012

Friday's Top Retail Reads


  • Can Amazon Put Brick-and-Mortar Retail Back Together Again? (TheStreet) and Amazon's Robotic Future: A Work in Progress (Businessweek) and The elephant in Amazon’s mail room (MarketWatch)
  • Dollars and Scents: The Smells That Make Shoppers Spend More (LiveScience)
  • Thanksgiving weekend shines, but overall November sales fall short at U.S. retailers (Chicago Tribune)
  • Staples Will Offer On-Demand 3-D Printing In Stores (Wired)
  • Infographic: Top 250 Internet Retailers On Social Media (Campalyst)
  • The True Religion denim label is being circled by a bevy of prospective acquirers (NY Post)
  • The Politics of Retail: Where the Red and the Blue Spend Their Green (WSJ)
  • Shopping Local Benefits The Neighborhood: Here Are The Numbers That Prove It (FastCo Exist)
  • From Fashion to Fashioning: Bloggers Taking a Turn as Designers (WWD)
  • The Retailers That Have the Most To Gain - Or Lose - This Holiday Season (Forbes)
  • Why Amazon Beats Wal-Mart: A tale from Black Friday (Slate) and Amazon More Popular Than Walmart, Target Among Well-Off Americans (AdAge)
  • Cyber Monday Was a Monster...But We Still Love Shopping in Stores (Time)
source: WSJ

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