‘Friday Clearance’: News We Didn’t Cover, Week Ended Jan. 30, 2009

Published on January 30, 2009 | Comments: 0
Below, in random (dis)order, some recent articles from the stock of news items that Retailer Daily just didn't get to writing up this week--but it may well be worth readers' while to try some of them: Mapping and Animating Growth of Target Inc. Across United States Amazon Prime Squeezes Already Struggling Rivals Do eBay Ads Cannibalize Sales? The Power of RFM (Recency, Frequency, Monetary value) Super Bowl Celebrations to Include Family, Friends and a Lot of Snacks Best Buy Electronics Recycling Program Launches Feb. 15 in All US Stores Church's Chicken Uses Advergaming and Text Messaging to Connect with Urban Young-Adults Hanes Ranked No. 1 Apparel Brand for Consumers According to Women's Wear Daily and Retailing Today Studies Wal-Mart ends exclusive agreement with Cott P&G Delivers Second Quarter EPS and Organic Sales in Line with Expectations Wal-Mart's Asda Says It Plans to Create 7,000 Jobs Carrefour to Hire 15,000 People to Maintain French Workforce H&M Q4 tops consensus but new year starts slowly AND H&M creates up to 7,000 new jobs

Get free retail and ecommerce headlines every day in your inbox. No spam, easy to unsubscribe.


On-topic and civil comments are welcome. Comments are moderated by the editorial team.

Please enter the word you see in the image below: