Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Big Mid-Week Reading List

  • Shoppers’ Belts Remain Tight Despite Economic Improvement (Deloitte)
  • Sam’s Club faces heightened competition (The City Wire)
  • Warehouses Win Investors as Unsung Internet-Trade Heroes (Businessweek)
  • Retail Redlining: One of the Most Pervasive Forms of Racism Left in America? (The Atlantic Cities)
  • Fairway, New York Grocer With Big Ambitions, Goes Public (DealBook)
  • U.S. Consumers Love the Brands that Love Them (Analytic Partners)
  • Attention JC Penney Shoppers: Look Out for the Return of 'Sales Galore' (Time) and JC Penney Looks to Borrow Against Real Estate Holdings to Raise Cash (Bloomberg)
  • Five Things You Didn't Know About CPG Mobile Advertising (AdAge)
  • Why Amazon Could Start Taking Business Cues From the ’80s (Wired)
  • Better Data Collection Will Help Retailers (MediaPost)
  • Elevating the customer experience is essential for differentiation and survival for retailers (e-tailing group)
  • Online retailers extend reach with delivery lockers (Star Tribune)
  • Tipping Its Hat to a Younger Generation, Pukka Headwear Finds Success With Customized Approach (Entrepreneur)
  • Why Every Retailer Wants to Sell Food (The Food Journal)
  • Men lead the way in mobile shopping (Warc)
  • Sony to expand retail footprint to compete with Apple (SlashGear)
  • In retail, life on the job often leads to a dead end (CBS News)
  • Is 'Showrooming' the Future of Retailing? (LinkedIn) and 57% of Showroomers Test Products, Then Head to Amazon (Mashable)

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