Monday, December 17, 2012

Retail Reads to Start Your Week

  • The revival of the upscale department store (The Globe and Mail)
  • US e-commerce spending up 13% to $33.8 billion for first 44 days of holiday shopping season (comScore)
  • Why stores are finally turning on to WiFi (Fortune)
  • Foreign chains seek retail therapy in Australia (Reuters)
  • What’s a Store For? Barneys Remakes Itself for the 'New' New York (NY Times)
  • How Retail Has Radically Changed in the Last Decade (PSFK)
  • Digital luxury experience 2012: From customer experience to impact (McKinsey & Co)
  • Retailers gamble on same-day delivery (USA Today)
  • Facebook's Future Rests on Lessons From Wal-Mart Campaign (AllThingsD)
  • Demand for Ugg Boots has stalled, but is there a second act for once high-flying Deckers? (Businessweek)
  • A different kind of Black Friday coming for physical retailers (Fortune)
  • For Customer Experience, "Just OK" Is Not OK (Fast Company)
  • Five Trends Driving Traditional Retail Towards Extinction (Forbes)

U.S. Online Holiday Season Spending (comScore)

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