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The case for bitcoin

Cryptocurrency promises online transactions at lower cost and with better security. Will the current leading cryptocurrency, bitcoin, succeed? The industry needs to get more creative. Read More

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Domino's again uses technology illusion brilliantly
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Domino's again uses technology illusion brilliantly

Domino's is potentially one of the best masters of contra-marketing. That's where a company's core product/service is pretty bad, and it's widely known among customers/prospects that it's pretty bad, and marketing is charged with somehow turning around to the company's advantage. Somehow, they have done it repeatedly -- often using technology to mask the magic. Read More

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Nordstrom discovers the high cost of merged channel

Nordstrom, a longtime leader in customer service in-store, is learning how expensive a merged channel strategy is. But as it fights its way through new costs, it is illustrating the changing nature of retail itself. Read More

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Google gives a boost to mobile search speed

Google said it will alert users in their search results page to corresponding webpages that have been optimized to run fast on smartphones and tablets. Read More

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Transforming How Today’s Merchandiser Works

Ben Rund discusses how product information management can transform merchandising. He also shares thoughts from two executives of merchandising on their challenges and the future of retail organizations. Read More

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No matter how hard Walmart tries, it can't shake being store-centric

One of the longtime problems that Walmart has had with its many e-commerce efforts is that the retailer has a very healthy heritage of being physical-store-centric and that perspective colors the thinking of many Walmart execs. Read More

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No! Facebook Messenger advertising? Spam-valanche in 3... 2... 1...

Facebook Messenger advertising is coming: Brace yourselves. This leaked document says brands can begin IM’ing ads to us soon -- it mentions a way to prevent spam, but companies already seem to be tip-toeing their ways around it... Read More

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Ingram Micro Case Study

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