Marketing and Consumer Behavior

Retail

Marketing and Consumer Behavior

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Discounts Lure Post-Holiday Shoppers

Returns, steeper markdowns and racks of designer discounts brought out the crowds Thursday, in a big post-Christmas rush to the stores.

Report Cites Slowdown in China's Luxury Spending

Bain & Co. estimates that luxury sales in Mainland China grew by just 2 percent in 2013, compared with 7 percent growth a year earlier.

Subway Stations Gain Steam as Retail Destinations

A new Metropolitan Transit Authority program hopes to bring new tenants to the underground.

Macy's Joins Forces With Shopkick

The retailer is using Apple’s iBeacon-based presence signal, in partnership with the app, to further its push into omnichannel.

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Online Battle Begins for Holiday Dollars

After several years of retailers unveiling bells and whistles to attract online shoppers, this year is more about sticking to the basics.

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Social Media Space Grows Ever-Crowded

Brands and retailers are planning very carefully to get their voices heard online this holiday season.

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Topshop Teams With Pinterest for Holiday Campaign

The “Dear Topshop” campaign will be positioned as the ultimate gift guide.

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Holiday Selling Gets an Early Start

Retailers and e-tailers are finding ways to grab holiday market share sooner rather than later.

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Cyber Monday: Not Just One Day

As digital sales continue to grab an ever-larger part of the holiday retail pie, the onslaught of online shopping is starting earlier and earlier.

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WWD CEO Summit: Brendan Hoffman on Bon-Ton's Localization Push

The company's seven nameplates continue to service a shopper in smaller communities around the country even as back office duties have been consolidated.

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Jennifer Kasper Discusses Macy's Online Focus

The retailer is looking to bring in the Millennial consumer — men and women in their teens and 20s who shop for themselves “in droves.”

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Martin McNulty's Data Driven Look at E-Commerce

When it comes to plotting your online approach, the data needs to be parsed very carefully, said the chief executive officer of digital agency Forward 3D.

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