Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Top Retail Reads for Tuesday

  • J.C. Penney ousts CEO, Mike Ullman returns to helm (Reuters) and Ron Johnson's Retail Revolution Ends With CEO's Exit From JC Penney (AdAge) and J.C. Penney’s Post-Johnson Options Seen to Include Sale (Bloomberg)
  • Are retail clinics the future of health care? (ConsumerAffairs)
  • Coupon Use Still Prevalent Among American Consumers (Linkable Networks)
  • Warby Parker eyeing Boston retail store? (Boston Herald)
  • Consumers Care About Buying From Socially Responsible Brands Now More Than Ever (FastCo Exist)
  • A smartphone-sized shopping mall debuts (Internet Retailer)
  • Lasting Memories? Say Goodbye To The Sears Portrait Studio (WSJ)
  • Can the Boutique ‘Store-Within-a-Store’ Concept Save Big Box Retailers from Extinction? (Time)
  • Vitacost Turns To Tablets To Drive Serendipitous Sales (TechCrunch)
  • Same-day delivery a new threat to retailers (Boston Globe)
  • How are retailers using Facebook to drive sales? (eMarketer)
  • Bi-Rite Market offers a look at the past, and possibly the future, of the grocery business (STORES)

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