Friday, June 7, 2013

Friday Retail & Consumer Reads

  • eBay To Make True Window Shopping A Reality With New NYC Virtual Retail Stores (TechCrunch)
  • A Look at Men's Favorite Places to Shop (Business Insider)
  • 62% of omnichannel shoppers’ spend is on premium luxury (Luxury Daily)
  • Etsy CEO talks offline retail, people power and 3D printers as the new sewing machines (The Guardian)
  • Hong Kong Is Top Target For New Retail Entrants (CBRE)
  • Another E-Commerce Experiment in Brick and Mortar (Businessweek)
  • Father's Day Spending Expected To Grow Slightly This Year to $13.3 Billion (NRF)
  • Wal-Mart says U.S. shoppers resilient, small businesses strapped (Reuters)
  • 2013 Home Improvement Retailer Satisfaction Study (J.D. Power & Associates)
  • The Glorious Future of Shopping (Slate)
  • Digital-First Millennials Put a Premium on Value, Engagement (eMarketer)
  • Retailers report modest same-store sales gains for May (AP)
  • Therapist Enlisted To Help J.C. Penney Employees Cope: Compares Retailer’s Past 17 Months To 9/11 (BuzzFeed)
  • Q&A With Zappos Labs on the Future of Shopping (Mashable)
  • Insights on the Behaviors and Attitudes of Digitally Active Grocery Shoppers (MyWebGrocer)
  • AT&T’s flagship store highlights retail tech innovations (STORES)
  • From Clicks to Bricks, How E-Commerce is Influencing Retail (Nielsen)
  • The Power of Personalized Customer Relationships (Knowledge@Wharton)
  • Luxury Sales Wane as Taxes Bite U.S. High Earners (Businessweek)
  • Amazon's Grocery Delivery: A Trojan Horse To Get In Your Door (NPR) and What's Behind the Rush Into the Low-Margin Grocery Business (CNBC)

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