Tuesday, July 2, 2013

20 Tuesday Retail Reads

  • Shopping Then and Now: Five Ways Retail Has Changed and How Businesses Can Adapt (Google Think Insights)
  • MAP: The Most Famous Brand From Every State (The Atlantic)
  • Gap’s Partnerships With Music Festivals Scoring With Millennials (BuzzFeed)
  • Why Retailers Are Becoming Meteorologists (FastCo)
  • Volatility Squeezing Global Private Label Supply Chain (Deloitte)
  • Yahoo! Bets on Brit + Co...And the Future of Retail (Wired)
  • State of the E-Conomy: E-commerce sales soar, mobile commerce explodes (Bigcommerce)
  • Walgreens Cashes In On Department Stores' Pain (NPR)
  • Smaller U.S. companies vying for shelf space at Wal-Mart in "American Idol"-style competition (CNN Money)
  • Why Online Grocery Growth Faces Headwinds (Fitch Ratings)
  • Retail and the future of touch marketing (Mobile Commerce Daily)
  • Near-Term Store Opening Plans Keep Increasing (NREI)
  • Bricks-and-mortar remain the foundation of the nation’s retail power players (STORES)
  • Men's Clothier Bonobos Uses Online To Jump Offline (IBD)
  • Using Pinterest’s social cred to get in-store shoppers to make purchases (GigaOM)
  • Wall Street continues to lavish love on Best Buy (Star Tribune)
  • SkyMall: The Strange Story of America's Most Delightfully Weird Catalogue (The Atlantic)
  • Online sales of athletic footwear soaring (NPD)
  • Email Still Crushes Twitter, Facebook in Customer Acquisition (Wired)
  • Experience Matters: The Science Behind The Resurgence Of Physical Stores (FastCo)

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