Friday, March 1, 2013

Friday's Big Reading List

  • Clothing Companies Start Creating Their Own Circular Economy (FastCo Exist)
  • How Banana Republic Founders Turned Khaki Into Retail Gold (Fortune)
  • Audience Insights Report Uncovers Trends About the Connected Shopper (JiWire)
  •  Personal income plunged 3.6% in January, biggest one-month drop in 20 years (USA Today)
  • Why Americans Are Cutting Coupons Out of Their Lives (Time)
  • J.C. Penney Trials Fast Fashion Boutiques In-Store (PSFK)
  • A Start-Up Aims to Upend E-Commerce by Selling Nail Polish (NY Times) and Julep Beauty Raises $10.3M To Disrupt The $160 Billion Cosmetics Industry (TechCrunch)
  • Does Shopper Marketing Mean The End Of Category Management? (Shopper Marketing)
  • Eddie Lampert's Annual Chairman's Letter (Sears Holdings)
  • The top 5 consumer-driven trends in retail (Bazaarvoice)
  • Barnes & Noble: Stores Are Bad, But E-Books Are Worse (WSJ) and What does the bookstore of the future look like? (The Economist)
  • The Surprising Retail Winners In Mobile Apps (Forbes)
  • Retailers Aim for the Spenders' Shrinking Wallets (CNBC)
  • Debunking the Myths Surrounding Multichannel Consumer Behavior (Merchandising Matters)
  • Shutl Pledges to Help Retailers Take on Amazon With Same-Day Delivery (Mashable)
  • Are ladies’ underpants the next billion-dollar startup? (VentureBeat)
  • Retailers Well Represented Among 'World's Most Admired Companies' (Fortune)
  • Will J.C. Penney Survive? (HBR) and Who Killed JC Penney? (The Atlantic)
  • Grocery Retailers Top Customer Experience Rankings (MarketingDaily)

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