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      The Shoptalk Connection

      February 16, 2017 · BY Anil D. Aggarwal

      For almost two years, we’ve been at the forefront of developing a modern industry narrative and redefining the community of retail innovators. Our 2017 event is now just 30 days away and the Shoptalk community… Read More

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      Amazon, Yada, Yada, Yada

      February 15, 2017 · BY Robin Lewis

      Are we having fun yet? I don’t think so. Every day, and usually more than once a day, some new tidbit about Amazon blazing new trails and road blocking old ones screams out with news… Read More

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      Is Wayfair THE Way?

      February 14, 2017 · BY Warren Shoulberg

      Hey kids, let’s start a new retail business. First off, let’s go after Amazon, the most ginormous startup in retailing history and the 800-pound gorilla that pretty much eats every other gorilla in the online… Read More

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      Ralph Lauren: The Great American Brand...

      February 13, 2017 · BY Jane Singer

      Earlier this fall I ran into a friend who is well connected and well versed in the chic Manhattan universe of society, celebrity and fashion. “That’s a great dress,” he said, complimenting me on the… Read More

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      Image Matters

      February 8, 2017 · BY David Merrefield

      The long-anticipated merger of two powerhouse European supermarket operators finally happened this summer. The merger of the two firms—Ahold of The Netherlands and Delhaize of Belgium—has great implications for food retailing in the U.S., far… Read More

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      Apparel Finally Joins the Online Shopping...

      February 7, 2017 · BY Judith Russell

      One of the biggest disruptors in retail over the past several years has been the shift from brick and mortar to e-commerce. Empowered by smartphones, and driven by a need for convenience, choice and price… Read More

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