Friday, January 11, 2013

Friday Reading List

  • Do People Actually Shop on Phones? The Answer is Decidedly Yes (NY Times)
  • Holiday PC sales dip for first time in 5 years, post first annual decline since 2001 (Huffington Post)
  • Convenience Trumps Price For Shoppers Both In-Store And Online (Continuum)
  • Supervalu selling five grocery chains to investor group (CNBC)
  • 'Flash sales' sites outpace e-commerce over holidays (Reuters)
  • Barnes & Noble Store Closings Likely as Chain Faces Uphill Battle with Digital Competitors (Retail Traffic)
  • This Is the Future of Shopping (Mashable)
  • Walgreen Ready To 'Blur Retail Channels' In Stores Across U.S (Forbes)
  • Tablets Could - And Should - Be Driving Even More Of The 'M-Commerce' Charge (MediaPost)
  • British Department Store Makes Life Quieter With 'Debranded' Products (Adweek)
  • I'm Not Your Consumer: How Research Misses The Human Behind The Demographic (FastCo Create)
  • Could 2013 Be the Year That Customer Service Gets Better? (Time)
  • It’s Retailer vs. Retailer in Internet Sales Tax Push (Businessweek)
  • Samsung’s Transparent Screen Is The Retail Window Of The Future (PSFK)

Another Interesting Comparison of Black Friday vs Cyber Monday from SAP (click below for giant infographic):


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