Thursday, June 27, 2013

Thursday Retail Reading List

  • Walmart vs. Amazon in Online Groceries: Who Has the Edge? (Knowledge@Wharton)
  • Consumers Shop Convenience Stores As Regularly As Supermarkets (Imprint Plus)
  • 12 Digital Technologies Retailers Are Investing In (Mashable)
  • Dropping Its Founder and Spokesman, Men’s Wearhouse Goes After Millennials (Time)
  • Tweens Have a Big Say in Household Spending (Adweek)
  • Who are the Millennial shoppers? And what do they really want? (Accenture)
  • Fab’s Ascent to $1 Billion Valuation Brings Missteps (Bloomberg)
  • Mohegan Sun gambles on $50M retail project (Boston Herald)
  • Spring Holiday Shopping Data and Insights For Brick-and-Mortar Retail (RetailNext)
  • Neiman Marcus: Good Things Come in Smaller Spaces (CoStar Group)
  • How Mobile Is Shaping Global Digital Behavior (eMarketer)
  • Walmart Gets a Boost From Local Price-Comparison Ads (AdAge)
  • Square Takes On PayPal Online (WSJ) and Square’s New Online Stores Could Make Twitter Where You Shop (Wired)
  • Can Samsung’s Retail Stores Rival Apple’s? (PSFK)
  • How Risky Is Discounting for New E-Commerce Brands? (AllThingsD)
  • Storefront raises $1.6M to fill unused retail space with pop-up shops (Reuters)
  • Up Close With Kate Spade Saturday's Digital Window Shops (Mashable)
  • Nordstrom: Old-School Department Store or Tech Incubator? Or Both? (Businessweek)
  • How US economy is impacting back-to-school spending (Retail's BIG Blog)
  • As Nook sales tumble 34%, Barnes & Noble rethinks tablet strategy (CNN Money)

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