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How Yelp's Business Works

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How Yelp's Business Works

With Smartphone-Assisted Shopping, How You Shop Depends On Where You Shop

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This morning, Nielsen is putting hard numbers to how consumers like to shop with their smartphones, backing up trends we already suspected to be the case. In particular, the new report examines how consumers use their phones when shopping out there in the real world (what’s that?) – using phones...
With Smartphone-Assisted Shopping, How You Shop Depends On Where You Shop

Crazy about Curation: 5 American girls, 3 fashion startups

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In today’s noisy, overpopulated world, we often talk about the art of curation in terms of the process of selection, narrowing down and choosing objects fit for presentation. When we think of curators we think of gallery owners, DJs, Michelin starred chefs and boutique clothing stores. Curiously, the word curate...
Crazy about Curation: 5 American girls, 3 fashion startups
CHART: How Mobile Coupons Are Driving An Explosion In Mobile Commerce

The Birth Of An American Giant—Basic Clothing Sold On The Web

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Nothing is made in this country anymore. In terms of actual manufacturing, America is increasingly at a disadvantage. The logic of the global economy moves jobs overseas. Get used to it, we are told. Well, Bayard Winthrop thinks the conventional wisdom is wrong. He wants to bring manufacturing back...
The Birth Of An American Giant—Basic Clothing Sold On The Web

SCVNGR Puts the Game Back in Location-Based Gaming

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Today, SCVNGR (scavenger), a location-centric social game that initially gained traction in the enterprise and at universities, is coming to the public by way of mobile apps for iPhone and Android. Backed by Google Ventures and Highland Capital, SCVNGR is already being used by the U.S. Navy, MIT, Princeton,...
SCVNGR Puts the Game Back in Location-Based Gaming

C&A, Foot Locker, Spencer's and others top PTAT gainers for retail and consumer merchandise pages

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C&A is this week’s top gainer for retail and consumer merchandise pages. The Dutch chain of fashion clothing stores has seen a rapid increase in PTAT across its multiple global region this week. The international brand has over 3 million page Likes for all its different pages. This list is...
C&A, Foot Locker, Spencer's and others top PTAT gainers for retail and consumer merchandise pages
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The Top 250 Web Retailers Ranked By Pinterest Followers—All In One GIGANTIC Chart

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Campalyst, a social media marketing measurement firm, released a report on social media use by the internet's top 250 online retailers, almost 100 of which aren't on Pinterest. The data, which was collected from mid-April through May 2, shows the dominance of fashion retailers on Pinterest. Four of the top five...
The Top 250 Web Retailers Ranked By Pinterest Followers—All In One GIGANTIC Chart

UTweet – rock out to your Twitter stream

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UTweet is a slick Adobe Flash site from the Uniqlo chain of clothing stores that really rocks.  As in literally rocks.  They use it as a tool in their social grid, but it is fun.  You simply enter yours (or any) Twitter id or keywords and watch the show. ...
UTweet – rock out to your Twitter stream
Commerce Department's Own Study Debunks Commerce Department's Defense Of Said Study

Feds Say We Need Stronger IP Laws Because Grocery Stores Employ Lots Of People

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You may recall that, back in April, we criticized a Department of Commerce/US Patent and Trademark Office "study" that claimed it was trying to "better understand" intellectual property by adding up all the jobs in "IP-intensive" industries. We had significant concerns about the report, in particular the reasoning behind the...
Feds Say We Need Stronger IP Laws Because Grocery Stores Employ Lots Of People
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