It’s becoming more and more popular in China, with online streams raking in millions of viewers and buyers. But could it ever take off in other parts of the world? -CGTN Europe
Costco makes billions doing what in retail might once have been thought unthinkable: charge people to shop there. -from CNBC
Here are some ways to spot fake reviews and what Amazon and others are doing to try and stop them -CNBC
As retail traffic continues to migrate to digital, companies are changing how their sites are designed using principles of behavioral economics. -from Cheddar
How spending habits are changing as millions of Americans continue to work from home. -from Yahoo Finance
Once known for its “treasure hunt” atmosphere, colorful home furnishings, and distinctive holiday decorations, Pier 1 filed for bankruptcy in February 2020. -from CNBC
Apple Marina Bay Sands is the first Apple floating store in the world and will be opened soon. -from SG Yap
Brooks Brothers -- the self-proclaimed oldest clothier in the U.S. -- filed for bankruptcy in July. -from WSJ
Amid lockdowns and social distancing, the pandemic is changing what consumers want and how they buy it. -from CNBC International
From partnering with Instacart to launching Walmart+ as a competitor to Prime, here are all the ways Walmart is looking to catch up with Amazon's dominance in e-commerce. - From CNBC
J.Crew was the first big retail chain to file bankruptcy in the wake of coronavirus lockdowns. -from WSJ
Starting with the opening of the Southland Mall in 1956 malls have been a vaulted piece of Americana for decades. But in recent years they’ve rapidly lost their value. -from Business Insider
Amazon Alexa Example of the Future of Retail. 43% of voice-enabled device owners use the technology to shop. Nearly 5.5 million USA adults make purchases with their smart speakers. -TDInsights Live
WSJ tracked hundreds of store closures, coronavirus statistics and lockdown measures to piece together Apple’s shutdown strategy.
A typical day in the life after COVID-19 for shopping center employees in China as they go about their daily work routine.
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