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True Crime Retail Podcast

There was a time we could still envision when going to the mall used to be a joyous activity. Even an aspirational one. Even a ...
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Where Is Black Leadership in Corporate Retail?

Over the next 50 years, Nielsen research predicts the Black population is expected to grow by 22 percent while the White (non-Hispanic) population is expected ...
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Target’s Big Fail

In today’s world, where corporate responsibility, culture wars, and social progress are more or less bound to become intertwined strands of any major national discussion, ...
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Just Adding Home Won’t Make Banana Republic a Lifestyle Brand

Banana Republic is a brand with a mission: to build a brand with character and a personality that truly resonates with customers. It had that ...
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Undertaker Eddie: It’s Done. It’s Over. R.I.P.

With all due respect, after two decades of my tracking Eddie Lampert’s brilliant financially engineered demise of Sears and Kmart, while he personally pocketed a ...
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Cautionary Tales of Big Tech and Your Business

Let’s take a pause. Have you been keeping track of the tech news? We’re entering a new phase of our obsession with technology and its ...
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What Do Zuckerberg, Musk and SBF (Who?) Have in Common?

Zuck, Musk and SBF: What do these entrepreneurs have in common? A large dose of hubris, ultimately soaring to failure. And they are not alone. ...
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Retail Could Have Been a Game Changer at CGI

Some use the moniker ‘Davos-on-Hudson’ to describe the Clinton Global Initiative – better known colloquially as ‘CGI’ by global movers and shakers. But no matter ...
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