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Best Buy Sounds the Death Knell for DVD and Blu-ray

After the upcoming holidays, around the time when retailers bid goodbye to garlands, Christmas décor and the occasional Menorah, Best Buy will be removing DVDs ...
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Grand Theft Retail? Maybe…Maybe Not

It’s the retail crisis du jour: Crime.  Specifically, in-store theft and robberies are what the industry still refers to as shrinkage. Theft seems to be ...
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Are Major Drug Chains Losing It to Walmart?

For years, the big national drug chains led by the biggest of the big – Walgreens, CVS and the now bankrupt Rite-Aid – have been ...
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Luxury Brands Expand U.S. Footprint: Good Thing or Too Much of a Good Thing?

Luxury retailers leased a record-breaking 650,000 square feet of retail space last year, according to a new report from JLL. Turning their attention stateside, luxury ...
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America Isn’t Ready to Say Goodbye to Tupperware…Just Yet

Way back in May of this year – I know that’s only a few months ago but with the entirety of summer sandwiched in between ...
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Breakthrough Technology Shifts Circularity

Cyndi Rhoades is the CEO of UK-based Worn Again and she believes that the inherently unsustainable fast fashion industry can be sustainable, and more importantly, ...
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New York Not Exactly Going to Pot

New York State legalized the sale of recreational marijuana in April 2021. But now, nearly 30 months later, anyone trying to buy legal pot in ...
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Beyond Craftsmanship: A New Business Model

One of the core issues in international marketing is whether the luxury fashion sector can be truly sustainable. And if so, are there luxury product ...
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