Friday, February 22, 2013

Friday's Big Reading List

  • 18 Walmart Facts That'll Make Your Head Explode (Business Insider) and Wal-Mart eases investors fears, but U.S. shoppers feel pain (Reuters) and Wal-Mart expands self-checkout in stores via iPhone app (Internet Retailer)
  • Facebook Testing Ad Targeting Based on In-Store Purchases (AdAge)
  • The Secrets of Smarter Shopping at J Crew (Businessweek)
  • Are checkout counters headed for extinction? (The Globe and Mail)
  • Google Glass Searches For Fashionable Frames With Warby Parker (NY Times)
  • Euclid, The Google Analytics-Like Tracking Solution For Brick-And-Mortars, Raises $17.3 Million (TechCrunch)
  • The 10 Myths of Multichannel Retailing (MediaPost)
  • Michael Kors Tops List of Most Sought-After U.S. Brands Online (WWD)
  • Creating A Physical Internet To Save Money And Energy On Logistics (FastCoExist)
  • Dear Best Buy: Why Price-Matching Isn’t Enough (POPAI)
  • Zappos Takes a Close Look at Consumers' M-Commerce Patterns (eMarketer) and Glance Is Zappos's Gamble On Curated E-Commerce (FastCo)
  • Is Your Store Ready For The Mobile Shopper? (A Smarter Planet Blog)
  • Office Supplies Merger Likely to Present Challenge to Landlords (Retail Traffic)
  • The Plus Size Revolution Is Upon Us, And It Can't Be Ignored (Business Insider)
  • Retailers Adjust as Higher Taxes & Gas Pices, Stagnant Wages Bite Consumers (WSJ)
  • Nordstrom store expansion, e-commerce plans dent profit forecast (Reuters)
  • Fashion Houses Turn Streaming Runway Shows Into Research Labs (NY Times)

Retailers Adjust as Higher Taxes & Gas Pices, Stagnant Wages Bite Consumers (WSJ)

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