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Is Amazon abusing its power? The EU is going to investigate, shares today’s WSJ.

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Shared: July 18, 2019
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Online sales account for 27% or Lululemon’s sales, reports today’s WSJ. Considering that these are clothes, that’s a lot. There was a day not too long ago when people said shoppers wouldn’t buy significant amounts of clothes online. 27% and growing shows that they were wrong.

And that 27% is very profitable. The brand didn’t have to pay expensive rent in, for example, Manhattan to process those orders.

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Shared: June 13, 2019
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There’s a massive retail and in particular shipping war going right before our eyes: Walmart and Amazon are trying to out deliver each other. Why? Quick delivery + Massive selection = Retail Success in 2019 and beyond


I believe the future of retail is about big selection and quick shipping / pick up. The ‘interface’ to manage these features will be a shopper’s mobile phone. To support this belief, I designed our new software to meet this trend. You’ll notice in our new 2....
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Tags: Walmart, amazon, wsj, selection
Shared: June 4, 2019
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Does your store sell quality silverware? China? Today’s WSJ shares how heirloom pieces can hold stories and are passed down.

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Tags: Wsj, heirloom silverware
Shared: June 1, 2019
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FedEx will start to deliver on Sundays in order to keep up with e-commence orders and Amazon, shares today’s WSJ.

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Tags: FedEx, amazon, e-commerce
Shared: May 31, 2019
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Nordstrom’s sales may shrink 10% due to the Chinese tariff, reports today’s WSJ.

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Shared: May 14, 2019
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Amazon is using devices to spy on kids according to today’s Wall St. Journal.

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Tags: Wsj, amazon, echo dot kids
Shared: May 9, 2019
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Shared: April 30, 2019
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When you tally up all the stores that have opened and closed this year, there’s a net loss of 3,300 stores, shares today’s WSJ.

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Tags: Wsj, store closings April 17, 2019
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Only Tiffany & Co. could buy a full page in the Wall St. Journal magazine to advertise one glass. :)

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Tags: Tiffany, peretti, wsj April 16, 2019
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Facebook is filled with so many fake ads that Dr. Oz (yes, that doctor) has to write a letter to the Wall St Journal.

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Tags: Dr. Oz, wsj, fake ads April 15, 2019
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YouTube is likely filled with a lot of fake entities posting content, reports today’s WSJ. Why is this notable? Because YouTube is increasingly carrying kids videos geared to our kids. I believe knowing who is broadcasting videos to our nation’s children is important. YouTube should require a entity posting certain content to authenticate their identity—and maybe should do this for all content posted. Truth should have a true author.

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Tags: YouTube, fake, Russia April 12, 2019
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NYC is forming a new group to help protect its infrastructure. I'd like to see a similar group formed to help protect its residents and businesses, as well as police business websites and hosting companies to ensure they're meeting accepted standards for security. Currently, our cyber security laws are reactive vs preventative.

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Tags: cyber crime, nyc, ccsi, vance April 3, 2019
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Nice to see Smart Brand Royal Copenhagen in today’s WSJ

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Tags: Royal Copenhagen, blomst March 30, 2019
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Today’s WSJ shares that hacking is at an all time high and the FBI is dedicating more agents to it. ...finally law enforcement is taking this more seriously.

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Tags: FBI, hacking March 30, 2019
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How big a deal is cyber security? It’s about as important as car and highway safety—that’s the last time that insurers teamed up to tackle a topic, according to today’s WSJ.

The number of retailers that purchased stand alone cyber security doubled from 2014 to 2018, shares insurer Marsh.

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Tags: Cyber security, wsj March 27, 2019
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Today’s WSJ does a review of Sears’ downfall. In the same WSJ edition, we see how Amazon and Apple—two of the world’s most valuable companies—have had their stock price rise.

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Tags: Amazon, sears March 16, 2019
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Amazon continues to wage war—on its own customers. Amazon charges steep fees and now seeks to grab third-party seller’s customers.

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Tags: Wsj March 16, 2019
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Iranian hackers have wreaked havoc on more than 200 businesses, reports Microsoft.

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Tags: Wsj, hackers March 7, 2019
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There are some notable statistics and developments in this article including:
+ More than 10% of Target’s sales came via digital channels.
+ Stores are promoting in-store pick up.
+ Stores are shrinking their sizes. Kohl’s is subleasing space to Planet Fitness.
+ Stores continue to create new private labels—a strategy that is very popular with Amazon.
+ Stores are benefitting from other stores failing. For example, Toys R Us closing helped Target and Kohl’s.

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Tags: Target, kohl’s, amazon, wsj March 6, 2019
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