Thursday, April 25, 2013

Thursday's Top Retail Reads

  • The most active cities globally for shopping center development (CBRE)
  • Creating ‘Youphoria’ the Nordstrom Way (NY Times)
  • PayPal Expands To More Retail Stores (ReadWrite) and PayPal Hits The Mall: eBay's Baby Takes On Google, AmEx and Apple At Cash Registers (Forbes)
  • Dresses and denim drive strong women's apparel sales in 2012 (NPD Group)
  • The Re-Education of Duane Reade: A Drugstore as Retail, Therapy (NY Observer)
  • The importance of in-store video for retailers (The Guardian)
  • The State of Mobile Benchmark: Tablets overtake smartphones in traffic, conversion (Adobe)
  • Prom Spending is on the Rise Again (AP)
  • There’s room for retailers to improve their e-mail marketing (Internet Retailer)
  • Online tax could curb ‘showrooming’ (MarketWatch)
  • Mobile POS could transform the American shopping experience (VentureBeat)
  • A Clothing Shop Tailored for the Digital Age (WSJ) and Pants-Fetching ‘Bots Power Store of the Future, and Could Slow Amazon’s March (Wired)

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