Friday, July 12, 2013

Friday's BIG Reading List

  • Online merchants buying into retail storefronts (Seattle Times)
  • Mormon-Backed Mall Breathes Life into Salt Lake City (NY Times)
  • Retailers in the rich world are suffering as people buy more things online. But they are finding ways to adapt (The Economist)
  • A Disloyalty Movement? Supermarkets and Customers Drop Loyalty Card Programs (Time)
  • Why Costco Rules in Hearing Aids...and Gummy Bears (Businessweek)
  • The death and rebirth of the mall. You don’t drive there, you live there (The Globe and Mail)
  • Pumped Up Kicks? What's Behind Soaring Sneaker Sales (CNBC)
  • Online Sales Growth Expected To Slow In 2013, But Mobile Commerce Still Soars (Siemer & Associates)
  • Here are the differences between the US and European retailer plans to make Bangladeshi factories safer (Quartz)
  • Retailers Knock Down Walls Between In-Store and Digital (Digiday)
  • Mid-Market Grocers Continue to Struggle in Fiercely Competitive Sector (NREI)
  • How Square Market Could Revolutionize Indie Shopping (Racked)
  • A big challenge for retail: turning online “saves” into offline purchases (GigaOM)
  • Strong Growth in Merchandise Imports to Resume in Fall (NRF)
  • Digital Performance of 40 The World's Top Department Stores (L2)
  • To Sell Stuff Online, Make It Easy to Buy in the Bathroom (Wired)
  • Do bricks-and-mortar stores matter in digital era? (Mobile Commerce Daily)
  • Glimcher Finds Gold in Malls With 38% REIT Return (Bloomberg)
  • Retailers have high hopes for back-to-school shopping season (NBC News)
  • How Millennials Shop Online (eMarketer)
  • At Sears, Eddie Lampert's Warring Divisions Model Adds to the Troubles (Businessweek)

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