1. 3 Nov 2011 – Retail and Consumer Products Kurt Salmon Predicts Happy Holidays for Retailers Consumer spending is expected to increase 3.6% this holiday season compared to last, according to Kurt Salmon...
  2. 31 Oct 2011 – Retail and Consumer Products Reverse Globalization: The New Dollars and Sense of Near-Sourcing Near-sourcing, or producing products closer to where they are ultimately sold, is growing in popularity. As more...
  3. 31 Oct 2011 – Retail and Consumer Products Looking Back, Looking Ahead: Q&A With JCPenney CEO Mike Ullman To say that major changes are afoot at J.C. Penney would be an understatement. In June, the company announced...
  4. 31 Oct 2011 – Retail and Consumer Products Happy Holidays May Be in Store for Restaurants Restaurant spending will likely continue to climb through the holiday season, as consumer intent to spend...
  5. 20 Oct 2011 – Global Financial Services The Finance Function As a Value-Driver: Enhancing Efficiency, Effectiveness and Business Value The finance function must evolve from one that is transaction-oriented to one that is more client-focused...
  6. 19 Oct 2011 – Retail and Consumer Products Expanding Assortment While Keeping Profits Afloat As more and more retailers boost assortments and slash shipping costs to compete with Amazon’s endless...
  7. 5 Oct 2011 – Retail and Consumer Products Hold the (Window) Dressing The world of shopping – and shoppers – is neatly divided into haves and have-nots. While the...