Thursday, January 31, 2013

Thursday Retail & Consumer Reads

  • Consumers Will Spend $18.6 Billion on Valentine's Day This Year (NRF)
  • The Secrets Of The Apple Store's Success (Business Insider)
  • Fasten Your Seatbelts: The Future Of Shopping Looks A Lot Like Airline Travel (FastCo)
  • Video: eBay CEO on Retail & Mobile Payments (WSJ)
  • Planned store closings grew, but fewer square feet marked for closure in 2012 (ICSC)
  • Wal-Mart: The $200 billion "locally sourced" grocer (CNN Money)
  • Mobile Coupon Redemption to Increase 50% to 10 Billion in 2013 (Juniper Research)
  • Target Shows Off Everyday Products With High Fashion Crowdsourced Runway Show (PSFK) and Target’s Pending Arrival Fuels Canadian Retail Battle (Fox Business)
  • Hong Kong Still Attracting Retailers Despite Forbidding Costs (NY Times)
  • Big-Box Backlash: The Rebirth of Mom-and-Pop Shops (Entrepreneur)
  • Kohl’s looks like attractive buyout candidate on low valuation (Bloomberg)
  • How luxury retailers can take on showrooming threat (Luxury Daily)
  • Ron Johnson Acknowledges J. C. Penney Isn’t Apple (Businessweek)
  • Infographic: How Big is E-Commerce? (POPAI)

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