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  • Bye-bye PC, hello mobile

    Bye-bye PC, hello mobile

    No longer just shrinking web sites, retailers focus on mobile design.

    Posted 11/01/2012Don DavisPost a comment

    No longer just shrinking web sites, retailers focus on mobile design.
  • Store Retailing’s End Game

    Store Retailing’s End Game

    With smartphones bringing price transparency into store aisles, retailers need to find ways to manage mobile in stores to their benefit—or else.

    Posted 08/01/2012Allison EnrightPost a comment

    With smartphones bringing price transparency into store aisles, retailers need to find ways to manage mobile in stores to their benefit—or else.
  • Try Me On

    Virtual fitting rooms give e-retailers a leg up in the battle with stores for apparel sales.

    Posted 02/01/2012Stefany ZarobanPost a comment

    Virtual fitting rooms give e-retailers a leg up in the battle with stores for apparel sales.
  • The Risky Rumba With Amazon

    The Risky Rumba With Amazon

    Is there more profit or peril in embracing the world's e-commerce powerhouse?

    Posted 12/31/2011Paul Demery3 comments

    Is there more profit or peril in embracing the world's e-commerce powerhouse?

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  • Global Solutions

    Global Solutions

    Retailers open their virtual doors to international web shoppers.

    Posted 06/30/2011Zak StamborPost a comment

    Retailers open their virtual doors to international web shoppers.
  • Follow the money

    Follow the money

    Retail chains invest online, but hope to lure web shoppers into their stores.

    Posted 05/31/2011Stefany ZarobanPost a comment

    Retail chains invest online, but hope to lure web shoppers into their stores.

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  • Stars of e-retailing

    These retailers found ways to shine online, despite the tough economy. Here are profiles of the fastest-growing web-only merchant, retail chain, manufacturer and cataloger—plus a handful of other retailers that registered strong online growth.

    Posted 05/29/2009Internet Retailer1 comments

    These retailers found ways to shine online, despite the tough economy. Here are profiles of the fastest-growing web-only merchant, retail chain, manufacturer and cataloger—plus a handful of other retailers that registered strong online growth.

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  • Macy’s prioritizes the Internet as it slows plans for store growth

    Macy’s Inc. may still be best known for its stores, but it may be awhile before additional stores join the chain. For now, the future is online, says CEO Terry Lundgren.

    Posted 05/29/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Macy’s Inc. may still be best known for its stores, but it may be awhile before additional stores join the chain. For now, the future is online, says CEO Terry Lundgren.
  • Holiday sales wind up a mixed bag

    In mixed results during the 2008 holiday shopping season, some retail categories did better than others. Although online sales performed better than store sales, online holiday sales were lower than the prior year. Still, online sales rose from November to December, indicating that consumers responded to online deals late in the shopping season.

    Posted 01/30/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    In mixed results during the 2008 holiday shopping season, some retail categories did better than others. Although online sales performed better than store sales, online holiday sales were lower than the prior year. Still, online sales rose from November to December, indicating that consumers…
  • What Teens Want

    E-retailers looking for teens focus on hip products and content

    Posted 06/02/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    E-retailers looking for teens focus on hip products and content

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