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Are the BRICS still relevant?

Nov 13, 2019

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by Leila Goldstein Aug 8, 2019
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The new Toys R Us won't be like the old Toys R Us

by Mitchell Hartman Jul 19, 2019
Although holding onto the name for customer nostalgia, stores will be fewer and smaller with more of an emphasis on show cases and play spaces.
An "old" Toys R Us closing, as seen in Arlington Heights, Illinois in 2006.
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Businesses face lawsuits over website accessibility

by Miles Bryan Jul 15, 2019
One Philadelphia-based company has decided to step in and prevent those suits.
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FedEx sets up shop at Dollar General stores

by Amy Scott Jun 17, 2019
The move is aimed at rural online shoppers.
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by Rachel del Valle May 24, 2019
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Attention holiday shoppers! Deals are pretty much everywhere

by Meghan McCarty Carino Nov 15, 2018
Why is your in-box already overflowing with sale alerts and discount codes?
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Abandoned carts are a big problem for online retailers

by Meghan McCarty Carino Nov 12, 2018
About 70 percent of sales die before consumers hit "buy."
In this photo illustration, electronics retailer Best Buy advertises Cyber Monday sales on the store's website in 2012. Limited sales can be an effective way to replicate the conditions that lead to impulse spending online.
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The rise of the independent toy store

by Sean McHenry Dec 22, 2017
Big chains like Toys R Us are having a harder time competing with Amazon than mom-and-pop shops that do their own thing.
“This is a classic toy store — the kind of toys and games you remember from your childhood,” says Christine Johnson, owner of the Miracle Mile Toy Hall in Los Angeles.
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Holiday jobs changing to keep up with online demand

by Mitchell Hartman Nov 21, 2017
As brick-and-mortar retail shrinks, some of the employment slack is taken up by online commerce.
Amazon's 800,000-square-foot fulfillment center in Kent, Washington.
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