Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Mid-Week Reading List

  • Clothing Factories Go Hi-Tech For The Age Of Fast Fashion (WSJ)
  • What America's "Best Retailers to Work For" Have in Common (Retail's BIG Blog)
  • 24 of the World’s Fastest Growing Retailers in Emerging Markets (POPAI)
  • Tourism Spurs New York Retail Growth in 2012 (Commercial Observer)
  • The Endangered Fate of Barnes & Noble (The Atlantic)
  • 51 Companies That Are Revolutionizing Retail And Changing The Way We Shop (Business Insider)
  • U.S. Athletic Footwear Sales Grew 4% to $13.8 Billion in 2012 (NPD Group)
  • Online sales threat to American malls (FT)
  • The Walgreens path to omnichannel success (Shop.org)
  • From Corsets to Skinny Jeans, Denim Takes Center Stage at New York's Fashion Week (Businessweek)
  • The Future of The Retail Store (Retail Prophet)
  • Big Retailers Attracted to Harlem's Main Shopping Hub (NY Times)
  • Publishers Look to E-Commerce to Turn Browsing Consumers Into Buyers (Adweek)
  • Want vs. Need: A 5 year look at shoppers' buying habits (STORES)
Wednesday's Retail Quick Fact: Costco sold 109 million hot dog & soda combos at food courts in 2012 at $1.50 each, a price held constant since 1985 (see '10 Things About Costco You Probably Didn't Know')

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