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  • What Shoppers Should Expect From A $15 Hourly Retail Wage

    October 17th, 2018

    Amazon’s plan to raise its hourly wage to $15 is driven by a responsibility to treat its workers better, but it comes when demand for talent is rising. Here’s what shoppers can expect for $15 an hour, and how Publix, Wayfair and others prove that good experience takes more than money.

  • 5 Ways Kroger’s Investment In Tech And Experience Will Change All Grocery

    October 2nd, 2018

    Kroger’s sales growth has slowed slightly, but that doesn’t mean the chain is losing market share. Rather, it reflects necessary moves to appeal to a shopper base that demands better service, experiences and quality at lower prices. Here are five ways shoppers should benefit across the industry.

  • 4 Ways The Sinking Of Toys R Us Will Transform Toys

    September 28th, 2018

    The contents of the average toy box will likely look different after holidays to come not only because of innovation and technology, but because of the retailers that will be selling them. This story looks at four ways the disappearance of Toys R Us will change what kids play with.

  • J.Crew Rewards Is Tailored To Personalize — Is That Enough?

    August 28th, 2018

    With the launch of its credit card–free rewards program, troubled retailer J.Crew aims to use data to deliver more personalized promotions. But is personalization enough for a brand that’s struggling to retain loyal customers? This story looks at what J.Crew Rewards requires to save the brand.

  • Size Matters: 3 Things Luxury Retail Can Learn From Kmart

    October 6th, 2017

    Kmart has extended the sizes of all its apparel lines to satisfy the unmet needs of plus-size women. This commitment not only responds to a real demand among shoppers; it taps into a $20 billion market many higher-priced chains are missing.