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ABM: B2B media revenue growth up 77 percent last year

of the B2B media industry, comprising a 45 percent share of the market. Even as revenues continue to decline ...

Retailers celebrate Earth Day with 'green' initiatives

lab' to boost omnichannel growth Williams-Sonoma has record holiday, credits omnichannel strategy ...

McDonald's looks to customer engagement to boost sales following dismal quarter

McDonald's will focus capital investments, new technology and expanding mobile capabilities following dismal first-quarter earnings.  ...

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Office Depot's digital campaign celebrates teachers Whole Foods Market named best brand on Pinterest Aldi to break ground on Houston DC, division office RetailMeNot makes move at the mall Barneys deploys iPad app as part of its continuing digital strategy And finally...Restaurant allows customer ...

Petco unleashes new leadership to grow small-format stores

team to drive product leadership and customer engagement strategies. Prior to his Petco post, Weston ...

Gap to make $300 million digital investment

Gap finds missing shoppers, along with the right strategy ...

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Quick news from around the Web Lululemon's sheer pants lawsuit nightmare is over CVS/pharmacy launches new bill pay service for health insurance premiums Amazon Fire TV's voice search gets new partners What Google Glass could do for the restaurant industry Steve Madden lets customers tell its story ...

Express opens first of 30 planned factory outlets

omnichannel strategy Sephora launching its own social media website Macy's turns to YouTube to grab ...

Walmart social strategy director Umang Shah leaves the company

and generate sales. But perhaps more important, Shah's strategy has helped Walmart put a more positive ...

Just one-quarter of Americans trust advertisers with personal data

A recent study by research firm GfK demonstrates that brands still face an uphill battle when it comes to getting consumers to trust them with their data. Almost nine in 10 (88 percent) U.S. consumers are at least "a little" concerned about the ...