Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Mid-Week Reading List

  • Retail Imports To Increase 2.3% In March Despite ‘Sequestration’ Delays At Ports (NRF)
  • How Curebit Predicts E-Commerce Startup Success (TechCrunch)
  • Video Imagines Shopping With Google Glass (Mashable)
  • U.S. Expansion Remains a Top Growth Strategy for Retailers (BDO)
  • Many people curb spending in two-speed economy (Reuters)
  • The Genius of Apple’s Store Patents: What if we considered our stores as products? (Chain Store Age)
  • The brands using social media most effectively to target consumers (Forbes)
  • Retailer Sues Visa Over $13 Million ‘Fine’ for Being Hacked (Wired)
  • Retailer enthusiasm for mobile payments tempered by power struggles in industry (Luxury Daily)
  • Why The Competition Should Be Terrified Of Forever 21 (Business Insider)
  • Retail Concept Doubles As Art Space And Nightclub (PSFK)
  • Best Buy’s triumphs and RadioShack’s troubles (MarketWatch)
  • For Moms, Mobile Is Part of the Shopping Routine (eMarketer)
  • Kate Spade to use iPads as retail signage (CNET)
  • Top Retail IT Trends of 2013 and Beyond (Kurt Salmon)
  • Video: How Warby Parker found the right prescription for success (WSJ)
  • The biggest problem with same-day shipping: It’s not fast enough (VentureBeat) and Online Shoppers Say Same-Day Shipping Isn't That Big a Deal (Time)
  • Amazon Has About 10 Million Prime Members (AllThingsD)
  • U.S. Online Retail Sales to Hit $370 Billion by 2017 (Mashable)
  • Costco gains market share as it continues to dominate rivals (Reuters)

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