Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Mid-Week Reading List

  • New wave of innovative retailers creating the next-generation shopping experience (Forbes)
  • Fifth & Pacific Explores Sale of Juicy, Lucky Brands to Focus on Kate Spade (WSJ)
  • Tablets - The New Purchase Path: Swipe, Tap, Own (L2 Think Tank)
  • Toys R Us Needs a Business Model Makeover (CNBC)
  • Not a myth: Retail therapy may improve your mood (NBC News)
  • Traditional Payment Options Will be Disrupted in 2013 (MultiChannel Merchant)
  • America’s Favorite Shoe Retailers (Market Force Information)
  • They Search Local Businesses on Mobile; Most Then Buy (MediaPost)
  • Gift retailers draw on crowdfunding model (FT)
  • Internet Shopping Sprees Are Driving an Astonishing Building Boom (Wired) and E-Commerce Explosion Should Lift Distribution Rents High (NREI)
  • Walmart offers gasoline discount to woo shoppers (Reuters)
  • SMG to Track How Mobile Ads Lead to In-store Visits (AdAge)
  • Will Dollar Stores Rule the Retail World? (Time)
  • More Consumers Plan to Use their Tax Refund to Shop (PriceGrabber)
  • How Best Buy defused a power struggle time bomb (Fortune)
  • U.S. Women Control the Purse Strings (Nielsen)
  • Check Out The Super-Local Whole Foods With A Huge Rooftop Greenhouse (FastCo Exist)
  • Survey Finds American Consumers Like Shopping Green (Cone Communications)
  • British Chic Tested as Asos to TopShop Seek U.S. Growth (Bloomberg)

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