Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Tuesday Morning Retail Reads

  • Why Walmart Still Hasn't Crushed the Regional Grocery Store (The Atlantic Cities)
  • Attention Shoppers: Stores Are Tracking Your Phone (NY Times)
  • Top 10 U.S. Brands With the Most Buzz (YouGov)
  • With ‘Touch-Enabled’ Shoppable Videos, Product Placement Might Not Be So Bad (TechCrunch)
  • Retail Store Openings Seen Reaching New High (CoStar Group)
  • Restoration Hardware's Renovation Is Private-Equity Boon (WSJ)
  • Favorite brands of the ultra-wealthy (The Luxury Institute)
  • Fab Gets Personal, Will Email You About Products It Knows You Like (FastCo)
  • CPG sells more direct to consumers (Facts, Figures and the Future)
  • Serendipity and Samples Can Save Barnes & Noble (Bloomberg) and Should Barnes & Noble Turn into a Mini-Mall? (HBR)
  • New data on how social media drives purchasing (Vision Critical)
  • The digital hard-sell behind Burberry's traditional image (The Guardian)
  • Could TV Commerce Catch On With Consumers? (eMarketer)
  • Retailers keep inventories low for back-to-school sales (Reuters)
  • Best Buy’s Unlikely Return From the Dead (Time)
  • Shopping on a smartphone sucks. Payvia (and everyone else) wants to fix it (PandoDaily)
  • Harrods Seeks All Things for All People in Store Revamp (SF Chronicle)
  • 15 of the Coolest Stores You've Ever Seen (The Storefront)

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