Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Tuesday Reading List

  • Target gives peek at first Canadian stores in expansion push (Reuters)
  • PC Market Forecast to Decline for a Second Consecutive Year in 2013 (IDC)
  • IBM app marries augmented reality, comparison shopping (CNET)
  • A Tale of Two Consumers: Wealthier U.S. Households Carry the Spending Load (WSJ)
  • The 14 Zaniest Subscription-Commerce Startups (AdAge)
  • Wal-Mart anxious to take on Amazon's Marketplace network of independent merchants (Bloomberg)
  • Poor Mobile App Performance Could Stifle Retail Sales (OnlineMediaDaily)
  • Why Influencer Marketing Is Failing In Retail (PSFK)
  • Google Glass: Is G-Commerce Next? (GetElastic)
  • Extreme Customer Service: Lessons From Companies That Go Above And Beyond (FastCo Create)
  • Coach’s Cheap Shares Make it a Likely Acquisition Target (The Business of Fashion)
  • Busting Underground Shoplifting Rings: Inside Organized Retail Crime Raids (NBC News)
  • Mobile Commerce Outlook 2013 (Mobile Commerce Daily)
  • Google Is Building A Same-Day Amazon Prime Competitor, "Google Shopping Express" (TechCrunch) and E-tailers embrace same-day delivery, but U.S. shoppers shrug (Reuters)
  • As large chains falter, small retailers are pioneering social commerce (Bloomberg)

Wealthier U.S. Households Carry the Spending Load (WSJ)

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