"Ongoing investigation." "Forensics and law enforcement continue to investigate." For now, it is a bit too early to write the "Lessons Learned" piece about the Target/Neiman Marcus/Michaels data breach incident. But there are a few things that were known before these latest payment card/database breaches occurred and should be put into context in light of what we are currently investigating.
Target continues to cope with the fallout of a data breach, which, as expected, hurt the company's fourth-quarter results. The company incurred $61 million in expenses related to the breach during the quarter, but was able to bring the total impact to $17 million after applying a $44 million insurance payment.
Aux Etats-Unis les drugstores et marchands de tabacs sont historiquement les pharmacies. La vente de cigarettes est sans doute bonne pour le business et le trafic, mauvaise pour la santé c'est sûr et donc peu en cohérence avec le positionnement.
Also plans cheaper lines for smaller Asian cities * Move is part of new strategy away from "Made for All" concept * Uniqlo shifting strategy towards 10 percent "local" products By Chang-Ran Kim and Ritsuko Shimizu TOKYO, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Fast Retailing Co's casual clothing brand Uniqlo is rethinking its "Made for All" strategy, looking to offer lower priced lines in smaller Asian cities and more generous sizes to fit the U.S.
Square, the San Francisco-based payments company founded and run by Twitter cofounder Jack Dorsey, is launching a national ad campaign Monday featuring six new television commercials. The commercials run 15 seconds each, and highlight the company's core product, Square Reader, which allows vendors to accept credit card payments with a smartphone or tablet.
Wall Street wasn't wowed when Walmart announced its consolidated net sales for fiscal year 2014 grew just 1.6% year-over-year. But the retailer was able to hang its hat on its global ecommerce sales, which CEO Doug McMillon said grew 30% and surpassed $10 billion.
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"T he old way of shopping can peacefully co-exist with the new," insists Nadia Shouraboura. "It's about giving shoppers options." Shouraboura, who honed her retail chops at Amazon, is CEO of Hointer, a one-of-a-kind store in Seattle that brings the technology consumers love into a traditional store.
Companies & Industries Photograph by Ron Antonelli/Bloomberg What happens when more consumers shop online? They're less likely to pop into a on the way to the mall, and the shift in shopping behavior hits the coffee chain's bottom line.
Companies & Industries bid to be the most tech-savvy department store is paying off-and helping to replace slipping brick-and-mortar sales. The Seattle-based company was forced to cut prices more than it would have liked during the holidays and struggled to get shoppers through the doors.
Socially adept retailers have long known that a friend's words carry significant influence in many a shopper's purchasing decisions. The same goes for what's "hot or not" at the moment among larger groups of consumers.
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Expert en marketing du commerce Fondateur de Frank Rosenthal Conseils http://www.frank-rosenthal.com Auteur des blogs : retail-distribution.info et nouveaux-concepts.com Auteur des livres : Value for Money, Image-prix mode d'emploi, Mieux Piloter sa relation client (Editions Dauvers) et Le retail aux Etats-Unis (Editions Kawa), "Les Incontournables du commerce de demain" co-écrit avec Olivier Dauvers (Editions Dauvers) et "Booster le commerce" (Editions Kawa). Pour toute conférence sur le retail aux Etats-Unis, le commerce de demain ou les 100 bonnes idées made in USA, pour une veille ou un voyage d'études retail trip aux Etats-Unis (6 villes disponibles), n'hésitez pas à me contacter
Le premier livre en France sur le sujet. Disponible le 28 novembre aux Editions Kawa. 4 ans d'enquête. 15 voyages aux Etats-Unis. 900 visites de magasins. 100 enseignes étudiées. idéal pour benchmarker utile
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