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Netflix reaches 50 million subscribers

stories: Amazon offers free 30-day Fire TV trial Amazon launches Prime Pantry New Amazon Fire takes aim ...

Starbucks to test mobile ordering

Starbucks to reimburse employee tuition Starbucks' sales hit record-high but growth slows Starbucks to reimburse employee tuition Starbucks' sales hit record-high but growth slows Starbucks to lure shoppers ...

Starbucks to test mobile ordering app

hit record-high but growth slows Macy's puts brakes on Brooklyn store Roche Bros. to open ...

Tesco's Philip Clarke leaving amid 3.7% sales drop

the first outsider to lead Tesco, and the board hopes he will be able to improve the ailing retailer, reported  The Telegraph. In the same announcement, Tesco reported that fiscal 2014 sales are "somewhat ...

Zara's new tagging system expedites replenishment

Zara introduced a new tagging system that will speed up the process of getting apparel into stores and out to shoppers. Inditex—the parent group that owns brands such as Zara and Massimo Dutti, and the world's largest clothing retailer—is now implementing a radio frequency identification (RFID) system ...

Stories from around the Web

Quick news from around the Web... Largest H&M in the world opens in NYC Sherwin-Williams to open 80 to 90 new stores Microsoft shuttering Xbox Entertainment Studio to focus on gaming Tesco going to build 4,000 homes on land earmarked for supermarkets American Apparel shareholders ask co-chairs ...

Starbucks opens giant flagship store in Colombia

this Bloomberg   article Related stories: Starbucks to reimburse employee tuition Starbucks' sales hit ...

EMarketer: Worldwide ad spending growth to double this year, driven by digital gains

spending. Worldwide, mobile ad spending will hit $32.71 billion this year, an increase of 84.7 percent. ...

LinkedIn acquires Newsle to help it deliver relevant content to members

when they're mentioned in the news–can surface relevant insights that help you hit your next ...

Survey says customers prefer banner ads over sponsored content

half (54 percent) said they just don't trust sponsored content. Publishers are taking a hit, too: ...