Friday, April 19, 2013

Friday Reading List

  • The Luxury Market for Babies and Toddlers Is Back (Businessweek)
  • The Lululemon rival that grew rapidly with almost no advertising (The Globe and Mail)
  • How Retailers Can Recruit and Retain Millennials (Entrepreneur)
  • Fab is Pivoting Again To Become The 'World's Alternative To Amazon And Wal-Mart' (Business Insider)
  • Top 10 ideas from Retail over the last 12 months (Springwise)
  • Does Kmart’s Hilarious New Ad Acknowledge That Kmart Stores Are Hopeless? (Time)
  • Personalized Commerce: Coming to an Internet Near You (AdAge)
  • How Mobile Affects the Path to Purchase for Adidas (eMarketer)
  • A Closet Filled With Regrets: Why People Regularly Wear Just 20% of Their Wardrobe (WSJ)
  • Can Joe Fresh Save JCPenney... and Retail? (BrandChannel)
  • What your zip code reveals about you to retailers (CNN Money)
  • The Business of Record Store Day (Fortune) and Record Store Day brings customers - and headaches - for independent stores (Washington Post)
  • Infographic: What Women Want When Shopping For Apparel & Shoes (Swirl)
  • The Man Who Made the Cash Register Obsolete (Inc.http://bit.ly/10nryms)
  • How Stores Get You To Buy Stuff Using A Sensory Bombardment (Consumerist)

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