Thursday, January 17, 2013

Thursday Retail Reads

  • Retailers taking tech battle for shoppers to next level (Reuters)
  • Google Gets Nice Holiday Surprise From Its Controversial New 'Shopping Ads' (AdAge)
  • More Luxury Shoppers Use Mobile, But Prove Harder to Please Overall (ForeSee)
  • Latin America is the hottest region for retail development in 2013 (SCT)
  • After a blowout fourth quarter, 2013 will be the year that eBay invades retail (Quartz)
  • Consumers prefer tablets to smartphones for shopping and buying (MediaPost)
  • Is Cerberus’ Supervalu Acquisition a Pure Real Estate Play? (Retail Traffic)
  • U.S. Consumers Reward Toy Industry With Strong Finish to 2012 Holiday Season (NPD Group)
  • Barnes & Noble, the Last Big Bookseller Standing: But for How Long? (Knowledge@Wharton)
  • Mobile Commerce to Quadruple to $31 Billion in Next 5 Years (Mashable)
  • J Crew’s Mickey Drexler on the elephant lurking in the luxury industry room (FT)
  • In-store shoppers likely to head online next time they buy (Chicago Tribune)
  • Lululemon had strong traffic, but some product 'misses' this holiday season (Reuters)

Mobile Commerce to Quadruple to $31 Billion in Next 5 Years (Mashable)

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