Wednesday, May 15, 2013

BIG Mid-Week Reading List

  • Employment and Housing Driving Shopping Center Recovery (Colliers)
  • Diamonds to Blazers: Great Gatsby Mania Spawns Retail Lines (CNBC)
  • A Detailed Look at the Typical Mobile Shopper (Internet Retailer)
  • U.S. Retail E-Commerce Sales Grew 13% to $50.2 Billion in Q1 (comScore) and E-Commerce Sales Rose 15.2% to $61.2 Billion in Q1, 5.5% of Total Retail (Dept. of Commerce)
  • The Philosophy, Economics Behind Sourcing (NPR)
  • Square Introduces Stand to Turn IPads Into Cash Registers (Bloomberg) and Square And PayPal Push The iPad-ification Of America's Small Businesses (ReadWrite)
  • Can Walmart Beat Dollar Stores On Their Own Turf? (Forbes)
  • Tailor Made: The Future of Retail (MediaPost)
  • Retailers embrace in-store mapping via smartphones to facilitate shopping (Mobile Commerce Daily)
  • The 10 global cities with the highest retail rents (CBRE)
  • American Taste for Cheap Clothes Fed Bangladesh Boom (WSJ)
  • 44% of Shoppers Will Buy Less Online if Internet Sales Tax Passes (Mashable)
  • Americans will spend $4.6 billion on graduation gifts this year (Retail's BIG Blog)
  • Amazon Glass: The ultimate shopping experience (CNET)
  • Retailers fight 'showrooming' with technology, personal services (Detroit Free Press)
  • Baby-Boomer Marketers Are Misreading Millennials' Media Behavior (AdAge)
  • The Holy Grail: The right product, price point and customer for same-day delivery (STORES)
  • America’s 10 Most Visited Stores (Yahoo! Finance)
  • Affluent Shoppers Trade Down From Gucci & Prada To J Crew & Coach (Businessweek)
  • Tablets More M-Commerce-Friendly Than Phones (MediaPost)
  • Retail Import Growth Expected to Slow Significantly Over Summer (NRF)
  • The Hot New Online Retail Strategy: Pushing More In-Store Purchases (Time)
  • How Gilt Groupe Built, And Kept, Its 7 Million Member Fan Base (Inc.)

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