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30 Oct 2014

Internet Retailer - Why Alibaba’s IPO is going to make U.S. shopping malls more exciting

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The retail battle is heating up—with different players in different power positions than anyone ever expected. All of Wall Street – along with the rest of the world – closely followed Alibaba’s IPO. The company now powers 80% of all online commerce in the world's second largest economy – and no one is watching more... View Article

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28 Oct 2014

Chicago Tribune - Christmas creep a trick or treat trick to boost Santa sales

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Chicago temperatures in the 70s this week be damned, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Well, maybe not a lot, but enough. Holiday items are popping up in stores. Catalogs are showing up in the mail. The price cuts already have begun, and wise men eyeing year-end travel have looked to the skies... View Article

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27 Oct 2014

UPI - Humbug: 'Christmas creep' annoys shoppers

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A survey of U.S. shoppers suggests 71 percent are irked when they see Christmas items for sale before Halloween. RichRelevance, a data personalization firm, said its survey of 1,000 shoppers this month found 71 percent of those polled reported feeling "annoyed" or "very annoyed" when they see Christmas items in stores prior to Halloween. Read... View Article

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23 Oct 2014

CNBC - Guess who doesn't really mind the Christmas creep

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Sick of retailers telling you to deck the halls before you go trick or treating? You're not alone. According to a new study by big data personalization firm RichRelevance, 71 percent of Americans said they're either "annoyed" or "very annoyed" when they see holiday items in stores before Halloween. But there's one group that's more... View Article

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