Thursday, March 7, 2013

Thursday's Big Reading List

  • The national obsession with health & fitness is altering the landscape of shopping centers and strip malls (USA Today)
  • Apple and Beats by Dre Talk Potential Music Streaming Partnership (Huffington Post)
  • Consumers to Spend $4.7 Billion on St. Patrick's Day This Year (NRF)
  • Study shows how mobile is changing consumer-buying behavior (InMobi)
  • AdAge Three-fer: Thrillist Media Tries to Solve the Content + Commerce Puzzle (AdAge) and Guess Who's Planning to Spend Big in Mobile? CPG Advertisers (AdAge) and Topshop Raises Digital Bar in Fashion World (AdAge)
  • Why Walmart Is Betting Big On Small Stores (Forbes)
  • How $200k in Facebook ads becomes $10 million in e-commerce sales (Internet Retailer)
  • Best Buy: What's Next After Collapse Of Leveraged Buyout? (ReadWrite)
  • How to Earn Loyal, Repeat E-Commerce Customers (Practical eCommerce)
  • Tablets trump smartphones in global website traffic (Adobe)
  • Rejecting industry dogma, Costco backs calls to lift minimum wage (LA Times)
  • The 2013 Digital Influence Report (Technorati)
  • Sycamore Partners to Acquire Hot Topic for $600 Million (AP)
  • Yuppies Might Be the Only Market for Same-Day Delivery (Wired)
  • Walmart’s Hire-a-Vet Program: Patriotic Gesture? Or Good for Walmart? (Robin Report)
  • Retail Executives Betting More Heavily on Big Data (The Globe and Mail)
  • Are consumers sensitive to how much companies listen and respond to them online? (eMarketer)
  • The Real Reason Women Shop More Than Men (Forbes)

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