Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Tuesday's Retail Reading List

  • The Big Mobile Lie: It's Not Really Driving Purchase (AdAge)
  • Kors Designs for Moms Swapping $125 Jeans With Daughters (Bloomberg)
  • Omni-Channel Integration Still a Major Roadblock in Enabling a Seamless Retail Experience in Stores (EKN)
  • Do-It-Yourself Checkout: Love It or Hate It, Barcode Scanning Is In Your Future (Time)
  • RadioShack Debuts New Store Concept, Logo To Woo Millenials (Brand Channel)
  • Strip mall owners struggle with lack of demand in second quarter (Reuters)
  • How Wal-Mart Became the World's Biggest Retailer (Motley Fool)
  • The world's most developed online retail markets (Cushman & Wakefield)
  • Are Tablets Becoming a Retailer's Best Friend? (Fox Business)
  • Mega Trends Such as Connectivity and Convergence Spur Retail Industry's Shift to Online Channels (Frost & Sullivan)
  • Walgreens Gets A Makeover As It Tries To Win Back Customers (HuffPost)
  • Who Is the Mobile Shopper? (Nielsen)
  • Trymbl wants to be the Warby Parker of beauty products (PandoDaily)
  • People Are Willing to Pay More to Not Do Math When Shopping (MSN Money)
  • Lululemon at a crossroads as it confront hard questions about its performance and future (BuzzFeed)
  • Checkout Counters That Track Shoppers' Emotional States, Offer Customized Discounts (FastCo)
  • HSN Enjoys a Mobile-Shopping Rebirth in the Digital Era (WSJ)
  • Retail Sales, Traffic to Increase in Back-to-School Season (ShopperTrak) and Back-to-School Ad Campaigns Start Jarringly Early as Marketers Seek Tight Budgets (AdAge)
  • Kroger Agrees to Buy Grocer Harris Teeter for $2.5 Billion (Bloomberg)

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