Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Mid-Week Retail Reads

  • A Retailer For Free Stuff Hopes To Change How We View Consumerism (FastCo Exist)
  • Luxury's New Destination: Neighborhood Streets Beckon Retailers & Investors (Forbes)
  • How Spanx's Sara Blakely Turned $5,000 into a $1 Billion Global Empire (CNN)
  • Google's Plan to Take Over Holiday Shopping (AdAge)
  • Why smartphones & apps make brick-and-mortar stores more relevant than ever (Mashable)
  • An interactive look at the 50 largest shopping malls in the U.S. (Esri)
  • Playing to the Crowd: How top retailers are harnessing social media, the new "word of mouth" (STORES)
  • Hype Better Than Sales for Target-Neiman Marcus Tie-Up (WSJ)
  • More Large Retailers Ease Customers' Path To Credit Products (NPR)
  • Consumers Defect Brands in Growing Numbers But Majority Say "You Could Have Kept Me," (Accenture)
  • Supervalu Moves Toward Sale of Albertsons & Save-A-Lot (Bloomberg)
  • 2013 National Retail Real Estate Outlook (Jones Lang LaSalle)
  • Are Holiday Sales Statistics Juiced? How Retail Sales Totals Can Vary By Billions (Time)
  • Tesco's American dream over as ambitious plans for Fresh & Easy falter (The Guardian)
  • Retail CMO's investing more in digital marketing this holiday season (BDO)

Mobile Devices Empower Today’s Shoppers In-Store and Online (Nielsen)

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