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Okay, I’m an 80s kid, and it’s safe to say I’m also stuck in the 80s. So naturally, I loved RadioShack’s Super Bowl commercial… Totally gnarly! Check it out here, and tell us what you thought about this and other Super Bowl commercials.
Adyen sees total mobile growth of 55% year-over-year. Tablets are the preferred device for high value payments. Retail sector sees 36% growth in transaction volume.
In its Jan. 30 earnings call, UPS COO David Abney shared four key areas that UPS must address before holiday 2014.
Wash. Rinse. Repeat. We’re not talking about shampoo, we’re talking about the never-ending will-they or won’t-they saga of Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank. In the latest saga of the long-lasting battle between Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank, Men’s Wearhouse is urgings Jos. A. Bank independent directors to form a special committee to reconsider […]
Welcome to the NFL. Where if you’re a real journalist, they don’t want you to be a part of NFL Media Day. Okay, that’s a little harsh, and I don’t mean any disrespect to the hundreds of legitimate journalists assigned to cover Media Day.
The key to snagging the Valentine’s Day customer is personalization, according to a recent research study that compares and contrasts the differing online shopping behavior and purchase activities of American men and women in the shopping process for Valentine’s Day.
On Saturday, my wife’s 45th birthday, I made her this digital birthday card. Since our Facebook friends liked it, I decided to post it here, too.
No longer can B2B merchants rely solely on an annual big-book catalog or offer a bland procurement portal up for customers to purchase from. The Gen Y buyer is also a B2C ecommerce shopper and wants those same experiences when shopping for their company. Download this executive summary to learn more.
Robert N. Wildrick, Chairman of Jos. A. Bank, said, “Our Board of Directors firmly believes that the Men’s Wearhouse offer is inadequate and significantly undervalues Jos. A. Bank and its near- and long-term potential.”
The Men’s Wearhouse today issued the following statement in response to the announcement by Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, Inc. that its Board of Directors has rejected Men’s Wearhouse’s all-cash $57.50 per share offer.