1. Kurt Salmon Finds Many Retailers Fall Short on Online ReturnsAs return volumes grow, study of 50 retailers shows opportunity for improvement Although online sales grew 15% from 2010 to 2011, many retailers’ online ordering, shipping and returns...
  2. Japanese vs. Americans: Comparing Baby Boomers STORES Magazine 01 September 2011 Multichannel capabilities are rapidly becoming an essential part of most retailers’ strategies, both in the U.S. and internationally. But all multichannel...
  3. Retailers Post Strong August Comps Women\'s Wear Daily 30 August 2012 This August’s strong same-store sales figures relied heavily on back-to-school spending, according to a Women’s Wear Daily article. “The...
  4. Back-to-School Gives U.S. Retailers a Boost The Wall Street Journal 30 August 2012 Many retailers turned in better-than-expected August comps, according to a Wall Street Journal article. And while back-to-school was a big driver of the...
  5. U.S. Retailers Beat Sales Forecasts Financial Times 30 August 2012 Retailers had reason to celebrate in August as many reported positive same-store sales numbers, according to a Financial Times article. But Kurt Salmon retail...
  6. Kurt Salmon Named a Leader in Gartner ReportGlobal Management Consulting Firm Praised for Industry Expertise, Client Service in Gartner’s “Magic Quadrant for Business Operations Consulting Services, Worldwide” Report NEW YORK, Oct. 1,...
  7. New Partnership Opportunities for Payors and Providers hfm 01 October 2012 In the past three years, hospital and health system CEOs have become increasingly focused on closing business deals with physician practices and other providers searching for...
  8. Major Retail Chains Post Tepid Sales Gain Los Angeles Times 05 October 2012 Although spending slowed down in September, strong back-to-school sales and other economic indicators have analysts predicting strong holiday sales. In a Los...
  9. Retail Winds Blew Unevenly in September The Wall Street Journal 04 October 2012 Retailers turned in underwhelming comps in September as sales dropped from their summer levels, according to a Wall Street Journal article. “September...
  10. As Defectors Mount, Comps Lose Relevance Women’s Wear Daily 04 October 2012 More and more retailers are moving to stop reporting monthly comps, with Target the latest to join the ranks, according to Women’s Wear Daily . In the...