Marketing and Consumer Behavior


Marketing and Consumer Behavior

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Retailmenot's Keith Duncan: Smartphone as Marketing Tool

More marketers can capitalize on consumers’ nomophobia, or the physical anxiety caused by not being near their phones or by waning battery power.

Deliv Raises $5 Million From Mall Operators

To use the service, mall customers can drop their shopping bags off at kiosks and have them delivered at a certain time.

Tech Firm Hire Latest Move in A&F Reboot

The struggling teen retailer has hired First Insight Inc., a technology firm that guides stores on product, design and pricing decisions.

Picture Perfect: The Sales Science of Instagram

A new study delves into what drives engagement, purchases.

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AllSaints Launches London Music Films

It’s part of a series that showcases emerging musicians in major cities.

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Poshmark Report Details Top Secondhand Brands

Coach is both the most popular designer brand and the most popular handbag brand for women on the secondhand shopping app with millions of users.

Wealthy Chinese Consumption Slides

Spending by high net worth Chinese declined 15 percent year-on-year in 2013, according to a survey from Hurun Report.

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Super Bowl XLVIII: Big Game, Big Crowd, Big Money

New York City is pulling out all the stops to commemorate the upcoming Super Bowl, the first game to be played outdoors in a cold-weather city.

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China's New Tourist Prefers Going Solo

Jet-setters are ditching the tour bus and opting to go solo, carving out a challenge for retailers who want to capture this growing segment.

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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.

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