Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Tuesday Retail Reading List

  • High-Tech Clothing Store Has Figured Out How To Make Men Like Shopping (Economist)
  • Stores Seeking Shoppers Find E-Mail Outdraws Facebook (Bloomberg)
  • Nordstrom prepares to bring its luxury brand north of the border (Globe and Mail) and Why Nordstrom considers Amazon its biggest rival (Reuters)
  • Q3 2012 Global Retail Real Estate Report (CBRE)
  • E-Commerce Darling Fab Has Its Sights on Bricks and Mortar (Wired)
  • Retailers adopting innovative robotic technology to improve warehouse logistics (BBC)
  • How the Bar Code Took Over the World (Businessweek)
  • Christmas shopping: Did retail season already go over the 'fiscal cliff'? (Christian Science Monitor)
  • America's disappearing restaurant chains (NBC News)
  • Amazon, Advertising's Sleeping Giant, to Awaken in 2013 (Adweek)
  • The Bribery Aisle: How Wal-Mart Used Payoffs to Get Its Way in Mexico (NY Times)
  • Retailers add entertainment to attract shoppers (LA Times)
  • Is Now the Right Time for a Neiman Marcus IPO? (Fortune)

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