Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Mid-Week Reading List


  • Once Proudly Web Only, Online Retailers Opening Brick-and-Mortar Stores (NY Times) and The Future of Shopping Is the Past (The Atlantic)
  • Startup lets landlords rent out their empty space to temporary stores (VentureBeat)
  • How Saks is creating a truly omnichannel shopping experience (Shop.org)
  • Stores won’t rest till you've bought your gifts (MarketWatch)
  • Inside the Mind of the Alcoholic Beverage Consumer (Nielsen)
  • Amongst Promises of a Perfect Fit, What Fits and What Doesn’t? (Business of Fashion)
  • Big-Box Chains Ramp Up The Beauty Wars (POPAI)
  • A Look Inside the Blue Nile Jewelry Factory During the Busiest Time of Year (AllThingsD)
  • Top-Tier Malls Get Facelift to Pull In Shoppers (WSJ)
  • Technology investment has been key to Nordstrom's success (Barron's)
  • Gift-card sales to hit $110 billion in U.S. this holiday season (ICSC)
  • When Facebook users hit 'like,' stores jump into action (AP)
  • Bouncing holiday prices have buyers reeling (Boston Globe)
  • Report Shows Investor Optimism in Retail Real Estate, Especially National Regional Malls (PWC)

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