Thursday, March 14, 2013

Thursday Retail & Consumer Reads

  • Five reasons the payroll tax hike won’t kill US consumers (Quartz)
  • J.C. Penney Hopes to Reverse 'Huge Miss' With Core Customer (Businessweek)
  • Retailers Diverting More Real Estate Dollars to IT in Omni-Channel Push (CoStar Group)
  • Channel Blurring: Is it a supermarket or a convenience store? (Convenience Store News)
  • Understanding How Mobile Search Drives Conversions (Think with Google)
  • The Future Of E-Commerce For Small Retailers (Forbes)
  • Can Harry's Do For Shaving What Warby Parker Did For Eyeglasses? (FastCo)
  • Customer-Centric Marketing Drives Buyer Readiness and Purchases (MyBuys)
  • New technology and increased engagement is the future of teen retail (Business Insider)
  • The Slow and Painful Improvement of Shopping Center Fundamentals (NREI)
  • Two-thirds of global web users buy online monthly (Internet Retailer)
  • Why Amazon Prime Could Soon Cost You Next to Nothing (Wired)
  • Consumers Visit Retailers, Then Go Online for Cheaper Sources (Adweek)
  • Drugstores see growth potential in upscale services (LA Times)
  • How Benjamin Franklin Invented the Mail-Order Business (Bloomberg)
  • NFC Launches Into 140 Malls To Give Shoppers Brand-Specific Content (Mobile Commerce Daily)

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