Friday, April 12, 2013

Friday Reading List

  • Take A Look Inside Warby Parker's New NYC Flagship Store (FastCo)
  • 7 Emerging Trends in Shopper Marketing (POPAI)
  • Buyout Firms Circling Distressed JC Penney (NY Post) and What Ron Johnson Got Right at JC Penney (HBR)
  • Dollar Shave Club, From Viral Video to Real Business (NY Times)
  • Facebook Fatigue Among Teens Should Freak Out Marketers (Businessweek)
  • As e-commerce gains momentum, ChannelAdvisor files for IPO (VentureBeat)
  • Landlords and Retailers: Partnering for Profitability (ICSC)
  • In-Store Gets the Cold Shoulder, as More Women Favor Web Buying (eMarketer)
  • 5 Big Retailers That’ll Be Gone in 5 Years (Yahoo! Finance)
  • With Profitable Operations And 100K Stores On Its Platform, Retail Tech Startup Erply Shifts Into High Gear (TechCrunch)
  • Can Big-Box Stores Fight Showrooming With Celebrity Brands? (FastCo)
  • Uniqlo Sets Goal: No. 1 U.S. Apparel Chain by 2020 (WSJ)
  • The Unique Profile Of Pinterest Users (Forrester)
  • How Walmart Plans to Bring Back "Made in America" (Time)
  • Now You Can Buy and Sell Items Directly in Your Twitter Feed With Ribbon (Mashable)
  • Toys ‘R’ Us Needs to Up its Game for Owners to Cash Out (NREI)

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