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Trends and Analysis

Hong Kong Retail Rents Drop as Chinese Shoppers Stop

A drop in Chinese tourist numbers is driving down shop rentals in Hong Kong, with vacancies increasing in the same prime areas that just three years ago pipped New York's Fifth Avenue to become the world's most expensive retail real estate.

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Malls, Retailers Adapt to Digital World

The death of the mall has been much foretold.

Department Stores, Wholesale Clubs Spur Weekly Sales

Year-on-year trend is up 3% while sequential results decline 0.7%.

NRF: Easter Apparel Spending Expected to Increase

Individual spending for holiday seen rising 2.3 percent to $140.62.

Isaac Lagnado Revives Tactical Retail Solutions

Isaac Lagnado is reviving his Tactical Retail Solutions branding and market research practice following a foray into the “luxe” domain.

Terry Lundgren

Terry J. Lundgren Conference Agenda Set

Headliners include Terry J. Lundgren, Margo Georgiadis, Annie Young-Scrivner, Kip Tindell, and Calvin McDonald.

‘Micropolitan’ Areas Offer Retail Growth Potential

Batavia serves as the heart of a U.S. Census Bureau designation that covers Genesee County and is known as a “Micropolitan Statistical Area.”

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Retail Shines on Twitter

The retail industry is more active on Twitter than most industries.

Après Ramy Brook, an ath-leisure collection, was launched for spring.

Stores Hope Spring Heats Up Sales

With the weather breaking, an early Easter and some pent-up consumer demand for spring goods, stores are betting on a lift in business in the coming weeks.