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Amazon buying J.C. Penney could become one the smartest moves Amazon has ever made.
Chris Walton discusses for the Robin Report why retail could one day look and feel a lot like the airline industry.
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Omni Talk presents Omni Bag — where Chris Walton answers the questions on people’s minds about the future of omnichannel retailing, like what does “Store of the Future” mean?
Starbucks order-pickup provides a window into the future of retail. If you haven’t tried it, you can watch the video and learn how easy it is to use.
The flop has been dealt. The bets are starting to escalate. Where’s Norman Chad’s play-by-play when we need it. Google and Walmart just upped the ante on Amazon.
Great read from Jon MacDonald at The Good.
While it sounds creepy, Amazon’s new X-Ray packaging technology is awesome and it has arrived just in time for Christmas.
August 16, 2017 marks the 30th Anniversary of the crash of Northwest Airlines Flight #255, an event that forever changed my life and that still emboldens me to this day.
Sharing a really great article from Retail Dive — I really applaud Walmart for their efforts here. Exactly the right move. Click the source link below to read more.
Be afraid — soon your local Starbucks, the items on your coffee table, and even the shoes on your feet will all become Amazon’s rent-free storefronts.
Staffing a Research & Development effort is harder than it looks. Here are 5 simple rules to live by.
In 1978 the Quick Brown Fox Typewriter Company had a historical earnings call. What follows is a real account of that fictional meeting.