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New limits on truck drivers’ hours affect retailers


by Renee Cocchi

Retailers rely on trucks to deliver their goods on time. So how will the new scheduling rules for truck drivers affect them?

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Gonna find out who’s naughty and nice


by Renee Cocchi

 

So who made Santa’s naughty and nice lists? No clue. But if you want to know which retailers made Consumer Reports’ 2011 Naughty & Nice Holiday List and why, here it is:

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Court reaffirms: Retailers are liable for …


by Renee Cocchi

A New Jersey federal court reaffirmed retailers can be found liable when they sell defective products. Take home message:

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Will consumers pay more for green products?


by Renee Cocchi

Going green: It seems that every business is headed that way, even retailers. But will your customers pay for greener pastures?

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Now’s the time for crowd management!


by Renee Cocchi

Will your employees be safe during your Black Friday sales? They’d better be, because you’re responsible for their safety!

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Engage more Facebook fans: Here’s how


by Renee Cocchi

Using Facebook to connect with more consumers? If so, are you doing it right? Find out!

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Retailers get big bucks to ditch the Doritos


by Shari DaCosta

Is it time to cut back on the Twinkies and stock up on some apples?

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Top 5 characteristics of winning retailers


by Renee Cocchi

Why do some retailers succeed in a down economy and others crash and burn?

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Who Are the Top 10 Retailers?


by Penelope Miller

As retailers fight to crawl out of a terrible recession, there is one gleam of hope: The 2011 Top 100 Retailers List. Did your company make cut?

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Good news: Debit swipe fees reduced!


by Renee Cocchi

Retailers finally got one up on the bankers!

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Retailers try to cash in on royal wedding


by Renee Cocchi

Everyone from beauty shillers to bartenders are attempting to make cash off the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Here are the top five weirdest:

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Wal-Mart not making any friends


by Penelope Miller

As retailers hustle to leverage social media to increase sales, one mogul finds itself without any friends.

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Don’t miss the PRSM’s 2011 Spring conference


by Renee Cocchi

Nashville’s a great spot for music lovers, but in April it’s also a great place for retailers who have brick-and-mortar stores to take care of. Why?

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Value-added tax detrimental to retailers


by Renee Cocchi

Policymakers in Washington D.C. say a substantial value-added tax (VAT) should be considered as a way to reduce the federal deficit. Guess what consumers say to that?

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