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Retailers start holiday season off with a bang!


by Renee Cocchi

Despite the lagging economy, it seems that retailers – online and brick-and-mortar stores – had a banner four-day Thanksgiving holiday weekend. So how good was it?

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Wal-Mart raises stakes during holidays season


by Renee Cocchi

Wal-Mart is throwing down the gauntlet when it comes to winning holiday sales this year!

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One retailer refuses to give into Christmas


by Renee Cocchi

Most retailers are getting ready to break out their holiday decorations or they’ve already put out their holiday-themed displays. One retailer, however, refuses to rush the season!

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2011 Holiday Trends


by Renee Cocchi

Holiday shopping: It’s not on the top of consumers’ minds, but retailers have been getting ready for months, planning ways to get consumers to spend more with them. What strategies will work?

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Do bunny ears mean higher sales for retailers?


by Penelope Miller

Will the Easter bunny bring retailers more than just chocolate this year? Looks like it.

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2010 Holiday spending sees biggest increase since 2006


by Renee Cocchi

Combining November and December holiday sales for stores open at least a year, revenue increased 3.8% over last year. So that’s good news for retailers, right? Well, yes and unfortunately no.

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OSHA’s holiday message to retailers: Provide crowd management measures


by Renee Cocchi

Does your company have crowd management measures in place for the holiday shopping season? If not, you need them. Here’s why. 

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Hiring of seasonal workers up this year: Good sign?


by Renee Cocchi

Are we slowly climbing out of the recession, or is it going to be around for years to come?

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