Monday, February 18, 2013

President's Day Reading List

  • Wal-Mart had the worst sales start to a month in seven years (Boston Globe)
  • Google will open its own retail stores by the end of this year (9to5Google) and Why Google's stores shouldn't look so much like Apple stores (CNET)
  • It's Cool Again to be 'Made in America' (AdAge)
  • Best Buy Makes Price Matching Permanent to Win Back Shoppers (Bloomberg)
  • The Story of a Surprisingly Pleasant Trip to the Microsoft Store (New York Magazine)
  • Why is Facebook’s e-commerce offering so disappointing? (GigaOM)
  • Reed Krakoff - The creative director and driving force behind the phenomenally successful Coach brand (The Guardian)
  • Traditional Florists Struggle Against Online Competition (Star Tribune)
  • How an Amazing Corporate Culture Took Zappos to a Billion Dollars in Revenue (VentureBeat)
  • Future retail stores will focus on experiences before products (bazaarvoice)
  • The Hidden Empire: How Amazon managed to dominate the retail industry (faberNovel)
  • The "2013 U.S. Digital Future in Focus" Report (comScore)
  • A Lot Rides on Topshop’s New Los Angeles Store (FT) and Topshop Plans 10 New U.S. Stores in Next Two and a Half Years (CNBC)

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