Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Tuesday Reading List

  • E-Commerce Companies Bypass Middlemen to Build Premium Brands (NY Times)
  • The robots are coming: Swisslog shows the US e-commerce crowd its automated fulfillment tech (PandoDaily)
  • Brands Favor Social Shares Over Likes (Adweek)
  • Prolonged Winter Puts Retail Sales in Deep Freeze (CNBC)
  • Vitamins Become Growing Business for Consumer-Product Companies (WSJ)
  • Google Shopping Express vs Amazon, eBay & Walmart ToGo (SiliconANGLE)
  • Japan’s Answer to Jeff Bezos Sets Sights on Amazon, America (Wired)
  • Retailers Expecting Explosive Mobile Growth This Year, Focusing On Apps (MediaPost)
  • PayPal eyes in-store retail customers (FT)
  • As teens abandon malls, trendy retailers lose their cool (Crain's NY)
  • Retail CIO's focus investments on infrastructure and integration (STORES)
  • Wal-Mart Customers Complain Bare Shelves Are Widespread (Bloomberg)
  • CPG Brands Up the Mobile App Ante (eMarketer)
  • Why Apparel Companies Compete To Outfit College Hoops Teams (Time)
  • More men are driving the grocery cart, and stores are working to appeal to them (Star Tribune)
  • Same-day shipping will soon be ubiquitous (Fortune)
  • Is home where the J.C. Penney profit is? (Seattle Times) and J.C. Penney's home revamp is make or break for CEO Johnson (Chicago Tribune)
  • From Click to Brick: E-Commerce Redefines In-Store Retail (CNBC)
  • Lack of holistic mobile strategy, costs stall in-store Wi-Fi for retailers (Mobile Commerce Daily)

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