Monday, March 18, 2013

Monday Morning Retail Briefing

Economic & Retailer Earnings Calendar for the Week of 3/18 - 3/22

Retail & Consumer Reads to Start Your Week
  • Microsoft Goes To The Mall With Kinect Features For Wall-Sized Displays (ReadWrite)
  • The Long Journey of Blue Jeans (Vice)
  • Aeropostale Seen as Attractive Target for Buyout Firms (Bloomberg)
  • Digital Coupons on Retailer Websites Increased 50% in 2012 (Kantar Media)
  • How to Beat Amazon: Best Buy Edition (WSJ)
  • Store wars: Retail landlords battle for high-end tenants in Canada (The Globe and Mail)
  • H&M Has Plans To Dominate U.S Retail Market (StyleBlazer)
  • The Best New Platforms for Social-Savvy Brands (Mashable)
  • The Purchase-to-Ad Data Trail: From Your Wallet to the World (AdAge)
  • Polaroid develops new Fotobar stores (SCT)
  • Private Equity’s $36 Billion Retail Bet Not Going So Well (Businessweek)
  • Mobility Is Reshaping Consumer Gadget Spending and Behavior (Gartner)
  • European malls must move beyond shopping to survive in Internet era (Reuters)
  • Groupon Goods quietly makes its move, expects sales of $2 billion in 2013 (Internet Retailer)
  • Mobile Shopping Catches on with Affluent Consumers (eMarketer)

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