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Should Amazon’s Jeff Bezos worry about India?, Retail News, ET Retail

By Andy Mukherjee Jeff Bezos is in India at an awkward moment. Just before his visit, the country’s antitrust authority ordered a probe into the business practices of its two main American-owned shopping websites. One of them is his.How worried should the Amazon.com Inc. boss be? If the Competition Commission’s recently released study on e-commerce …

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Moody’s: Operating income of department stores in 2019 to be down about 20%

Another dismal year for U.S. department stores will accelerate change in 2020. That’s according to a new report from Moody’s Investors Service, which said that despite strength in most other sectors of the retail industry in 2019, department stores lost momentum in 2019, with operating income for the year projected to be down about 20%. …

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3 things every retailer needs to know about cross-channel shoppers

While everyone’s scrambling to collect data on every touchpoint, not enough brands are taking the time and effort to sync up their datasets (or their cross-channel strategies). To help brands understand how digital interactions line up with in-store behaviors, we triggered visit-detected surveys to nearly 16,000 consumers about their cross-channel shopping habits following a trip …

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UK supermarkets ‘not transparent enough’ about pesticide use | Business

Many UK supermarkets are not being transparent with shoppers about the use of potentially harmful pesticides in their global supply chains, according to a report. In an analysis rating the top 10 retailers, Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN UK) says some are not doing enough to protect human health and the environment from hazardous pesticides …

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Scariest thing about Halloween is plastic waste, say charities | Life and style

An estimated 2,000 tonnes of plastic waste – equivalent to 83m bottles – will be generated from throwaway Halloween clothing sold by leading retailers in the UK this year research suggests. An investigation by Hubbub, an environmental charity, into the seasonal outfits available from 19 supermarkets and retailers – including Aldi, Argos, Asos, Amazon, Boden, …

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We shouldn’t be too sceptical about rescue of Thomas Cook shops | Business

The package holiday market is dead and nobody under 40 goes to a travel agent, declared Michael O’Leary after the failure of Thomas Cook. So one must assume the Ryanair boss would diagnose an extreme case of naïvety at Hays Travel, the Sunderland-based, family-owned firm that has emerged as the surprise rescuer of 555 Thomas …

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Out & About: H.O.L Group Showroom Launch

Earlier this year H.O.L Group announced it would be relaunching its showroom in the prestigious area of Kings Cross, London. On the 3rd October, retailers, press and invited guests gathered to celebrate the relaunch of the showroom alongside new collections. Visitors were able to view the newly developed Piccadilly female collection alongside a special new …

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Casey’s General Stores gets specific about customer feedback

By Dan Berthiaume – 09/25/2019 Get great content like this right in your inbox. Subscribe A Midwest convenience store retailer is responding to store events in real time. Seeking to measure the in-store experience and expand customer loyalty initiatives, Casey’s General Stores is launching a customer experience management (CEM) program across the enterprise. To support …

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