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News and Articles About Retail Businesses
For Service-Based Entrepreneurs, Here Are 9 Holiday Marketing Tactics to Boost Sales
Service-based businesses tend to struggle with promotions during the holiday season. Instead of letting this busy time of year pass you by, focusing on these tips to boost your sales.
Shoppers Skeptical of Black Friday Deals
Tired of retailers flooding your inbox with promises of big deals? You're not the only one.
Running a business
Small-Business Owners Who Aren't Experts in Their Fields Will End Up Paying a Hefty Price
If you want to stay relevant, much less open, you should know your product or service in and out, and make sure you employees are well trained.
Smart Retailers Know There Is Plenty of Action After the Holidays
Here are three promotions to boost sales after Santa Claus leaves town.
Want a Black Friday Deal? Show Up Naked.
Desigual is hosting an 'Undie Party' where the first 100 customers who show up wearing only their underwear on Nov. 25 receive a free outfit.
5 Ways You May Be Hurting Your Holiday Profits
Investing a lot of effort servicing unprofitable customers or selling unprofitable products can be disastrous.
Lower Gas Prices Won't Save the Holiday Season
A drop under $3 per gallon probably isn't enough to offset the rising cost of food.
Wal-Mart, Target Gird for Toughest Black Friday Battle Yet
The retailers are offering deeper and longer discounts this coming Black Friday, fighting to win a holiday neither can afford to lose.
Preparing for Black Friday? Check Out These Stats About Online Sales. (Infographic)
Online and mobile sales were booming last year.
Think Like A Startup: Look for Ideas Everywhere, Be Decisive.
There is no time for bureaucracy in a young company looking to innovate in a legacy industry. Normal CEO and founder Nikki Kaufman explains her philosophy of accepting ideas from everywhere.
New York City
Built for Business: Midtown Manhattan in the 1920s
A swirl of development, spurred on by Grand Central Terminal's construction, shaped New York City's central business district as a major epicenter of American capitalism.
Rid Your Business of Zombie Stock Before the Holidays
Your old inventory, like the undead, will haunt your shelves. Free yourself with these five methods.
This Software Company Wants to Help Retailers Compete Against Amazon
An engineer gives retailers a fighting chance in the online price wars.
Apple CEO Fires Back as Retailers Block 'Pay'
Tim Cook said there are plenty of other retailers around the world to sign up.
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