Friday, May 17, 2013

Friday's Big Reading List, Part 1

With so many worthy reads on this Friday afternoon, we decided to split the reading list in two:
  • Dollar stores: The next wave of growth in consumer healthcare and beyond (McKinsey & Co)
  • Online shopping becomes increasingly mobile (Internet Retailer)
  • Retail Rent Growth Finally Takes Root Across U.S. Metros (CoStar Group)
  • The Myth Of Showrooming Takes Another Hit (Storefront Backtalk)
  • Wal-Mart U.S. sales weak, sees pressure continuing (Yahoo! Finance) and Walmart Disappoints But Stays Course on Price Ads and E-Commerce (AdAge)
  • More Brands Want You to Model Their Clothes (WSJ)
  • Consumers expect same pricing, discounts and sales across channels (SDL)
  • Can Google Be The Amazon.com For The Rest Of The Web? (ReadWrite)
  • Appealing to Ethnic Consumers in the Beauty Aisle (Nielsen)
  • Thanks to new digital tools, marketing is no longer voodoo (The Economist)
  • Mother’s Day Online Shopping Up 15% As Mobile Surges (IBM)
  • How grocery store loyalty programs affect what you buy, how much you spend (Boston Globe)
Don't forget to check out part 2 of the reading list!

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