Friday, December 21, 2012

Friday's Big Retail Reading List


  • The 20 Biggest Brand Fails of 2012 (Adweek)
  • 61% of Retail Managers Report Consumers Better Informed than Associates (Motorola)
  • Custom Orders Build Retailers' Brand Loyalty (NPR)
  • In Stunning Twist, Best Buy's Digital Savior Resigns After 9 Months On The Job (Business Insider)
  • Why big data means big business for online retailers (Guardian)
  • 45% of Social Networkers Engage With Brands Online (Mashable)
  • Why Macy's is spending $400 million to renovate its iconic flagship store (CNN Money)
  • Lessons for luxury retail in an e-commerce boom (Quartz)
  • US retail e-commerce spending up 13% to $35 billion for first 46 days of holiday shopping season (comScore)
  • U.S. men take holiday shopping to the edge (Reuters)
  • Why Online Retailers' New Pricing Strategy Will Backfire (HBR)
  • Finally, an online retailer with something for everyone (Fortune)
  • Food Retailers Leveraging 'Economics Of Experience' (MarketingDaily)
  • Retail's Worst Enemy: Their Own Employees? (Fox Business)
  • Google’s Head of Shopping Says Company Has No Plans to Become a Retailer (AllThingsD)
  • See What The Store Of The Future Will Look Like (Business Insider)
  • It's all-hands-on-deck for final retail push (Seattle Times)
  • Wal-Mart 'Likes' Facebook, at Least During the Holidays (Businessweek)
  • Technology paves way for experiential shopping: are retailers ready? (Guardian)
  • Slow growth offline, fear of Amazon drives retail deals (Reuters)

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