Thursday, May 2, 2013

Thursday's Big Retail Reading List

  • The Millennials are finally poised to start spending (Barron's)
  • Retail Execs dominate list of highest CEO to worker compensation list (Bloomberg)
  • JC Penney Begs Customers to 'Come Back' in New Ad (Mashable)
  • Worldwide Tablet Demand Shows No Signs of Slowing Down (IDC)
  • The Splurge Surge: Luxury Spending on the Rise (Time) and Global Luxury Goods E-Commerce Market Soars (eMarketer)
  • Online Video Ads Have Higher Impact Than TV Ads (Adweek)
  • Retailers Wage War Against Long Lines (WSJ)
  • eBay To Use Mobile Tech To Go Deeper Into Offline Commerce With A Touchscreen Store Window (TechCrunch)
  • In Tomorrow’s Retail Universe, the Destination Is ‘You’ (Street Fight)
  • These Major Retailers Are Most Threatened By Mobile (Business Insider)
  • Mobile and Tablets Driving US Paid Search Spend (The Search Agency)
  • Consumers Look To Pamper Mom With IPads, Jewelry This Mother’s Day (NRF) and Mother’s Day Sales to Grow Just 0.2% in 2013 (IBISWorld)
  • Wal-Mart wants you to think of it as a technology company (MarketWatch)
  • 70% of Brand Engagement on Pinterest Is User-Generated (Digitas)
  • A Preview of the Future of Retailing (Robin Report)
  • The coming era of ‘on-demand’ marketing (McKinsey Quarterly)
  • Is “Made in America” a relic of the past or the wave of the future? (STORES) and Patriotism, Jobs Primary Motivations for 'Buying American' (Gallup)
  • Wearable Technology Lets Us Track Consumers' Activity as Never Before (AdAge)
  • How e-retailers are keeping Amazon from monopolizing e-commerce (Internet Retailer)

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