Friday, March 8, 2013

Friday Retail & Consumer Reads

  • Can't Buy Me Like: Why Companies Have To Romance The Same Consumers They Once Bought (FastCo)
  • Costco's Unorthodox Strategy To Survive The Big Box Apocalypse (Business Insider)
  • Store Closure Strategies Still Overshadowing Expansion Campaigns (CoStar Group)
  • Louis Vuitton and the Apple Store (PandoDaily)
  • A Look at the Tween Market & Shopping Behavior (POPAI)
  • Etsy Partners With Nordstrom, West Elm: More Mall Stores In Store? (Forbes)
  • Fashion trucks bring style to you (CNN)
  • Pink slips are high fashion at JCPenney (NY Post)
  • Tracking the evolution of the modern retail organization (Shop.org)
  • Food for Thought: Why Auntie Anne's Pretzels Failed in China (Knowledge@Wharton)
  • Improving customers’ retail experience essential to creating a successful mobile payments scheme (SAP)
  • Changing marketing tactics in the quest for 'mansumers' (STORES)
  • How OpenSky is Making Shopping Social Again (Business Insider)
  • How Consumers Use and Value Online and Social Media During Purchases (Radius GMR)
  • Walgreens plans U.S.'s first net zero energy store (ICSC)
  • New robots in the workplace: Job creators or job terminators? (Washington Post)
  • What Would Be the Fallout of J.C. Penney Store Closings for the CMBS Market? (Retail Traffic)

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