Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Tuesday Retail Reads


  • Top 10 Emerging Markets for Retail Growth (WWD)
  • Most E-Commerce Froth Since 2000 Stirs Up Investor Doubts (Businessweek)
  • Twitter Sees a Surge in Retailer Activity Ahead of Holidays (CNBC)
  • Best Buy's Death by a Billion Clicks (Wired)
  • Infographic: The Retailer's Guide to Big Data (VentureBeat)
  • Big-box stores attempt to lure online shoppers (Washington Post)
  • High Demand and Limited Availability Keep Manhattan Retail Market Strong (REBNY)
  • Like it or loathe it, Thanksgiving Day shopping trend is here to stay (Reuters)
  • Digital Coupon Use Up 30.5% Through First 9 Months of 2012 (Supermarket News)
  • Retailers Add Politics and Nature to Their Holiday Worry List (NY Times)
  • The Battle for Control of the U.S. Coffee Market Rages On (Retail Traffic)
  • Smartphone shoppers poised to make a wider variety of purchases this holiday season (eMarketer)
  • Bionic Mannequins Spy on Shoppers to Boost Luxury Sales (Bloomberg)
  • New York Stores Light Holiday Windows (WWD)

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