Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Tuesday's Big Retail Reading List

  • Great Retail Insights From J Crew Chief Mickey Drexler (Bloomberg)
  • iPads as Cash Registers Are About to Go From Novelty to Norm (Wired)
  • With Reputations on the Line, Retailers Rethink Sourcing (CNBC)
  • Why omni-channel equals success in retail (PandoDaily)
  • Abercrombie's Preppy Police Enforce Rules for Staffers' Clothes, Internal Documents Show (BuzzFeed)
  • Does the American Shopping Mall Have a Second Life? (Adweek)
  • How To Close The Gap Between Online & Brick And Mortar Retail (PSFK)
  • Men Are Mobile Shoppers: 3 Things Trending With M-Commerce (POPAI)
  • Why Victoria's Secret And Burberry Win In Social Media - And Other Fashion Brands Fail (Business Insider)
  • An Online-Sales Tax May Not Help Brick-and-Mortar Retailers After All (The Atlantic Cities)
  • Barneys Takes Anti-Penney Approach to Turnaround (Businessweek)
  • Fresh approaches to fundamental issues in retail (Shop.org)
  • The explosive growth of e-commerce in China (NY Times)
  • Is Video The Key to More Online Sales? (WSJ)
  • Starbucks redesigns its caf├ęs, and the whole idea of what a store can be (Fortune)
  • The Future of In-Store Retailing (Kurt Salmon)
  • New-Fangled Apps & Old-School Marketing Combine To Stymie "Showrooming" (ReadWrite) and Smart shopping or petty theft? Caught in the act of ‘showrooming’ (Seattle Times)
  • JC Penney Had the Right Big Idea, But Flubbed the Details (AdAge)
  • Lean Retail: The Future of Brick and Mortar (HuffPost)
  • Neiman Marcus owners exploring sale or IPO (Bloomberg)

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