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  • Why Amazon, Staples Are The Teacher’s Pet (And 4 Ways To Be One, Too)

    September 6th, 2017

    Teachers spend a lot of their own money each year on classroom supplies — as much as $5,000, new research shows. Capturing that spending means understanding a valuable equation that is, fortunately, elementary.

  • Is Macy’s Walking In Discounter Shoes? The Brands May Decide

    June 16th, 2017

    Macy’s move into self-service shoe departments has some saying it is adopting a discount model in order to survive. But it may not have a choice. Will its efforts to balance shopper desires with exclusive brands help it stand apart, or blend it in with other value chains?

  • Discounting Can Cost Retailers Millions — By Not Selling

    April 10th, 2017

    Research shows online luxury retailers are losing millions of dollars in unrealized sales — more than their mass-market counterparts — because they are miscalculating how much to discount. Here’s a look at the factors that should influence markdowns, and how grocery chains can do the same.

  • How Retailers Can Maximize The Power of Coupons

    March 20th, 2017

    New research shows coupons still influence consumer purchase decisions, raising questions about the psychology of discounts and what triggers the “buy” impulse. What traditional retailers, everyday-low-price merchants and manufacturers can learn from the findings.