1. 2014-12-7Financial Institutions Must Take Forward-Looking Approach to Mobile Payments Apple Pay has singlehandedly established that there is consumer demand for mobile payments at the point of sale, yet the divide...
  2. 2014-12-2Retailers Fated to a Little More Pain in Margins This week, retailers “gird” for the proverbial last-minute Christmas rush for gifts later in the month, Arnold Aronson,...
  3. 2014-12-1“A Private Word” with Bruce Cohen Featured in Private Equity Analyst A profile of Bruce Cohen, a partner leading the Private Equity and Strategy Practice at Kurt Salmon, was featured in The Wall Street...
  4. 2014-11-27Free Shipping a Key Strategy for Retailers This Holiday Season Shipping is increasingly being used as a part of retailers’ larger strategy to take back customers lost to online competitors...
  5. 2014-11-25Today’s CIOs Aligning with Sales, Marketing and Business Units to Drive Value Today’s CIOs are evolving the traditional model of the Office of the CIO to look more closely at how they structure and...
  6. 2014-11-25Holiday Window Displays Draw Consumers Away from Online Shopping and Into Stores Reflecting on the festive window displays at Macy’s this holiday season, Madison Riley, managing partner of Kurt...
  7. 2014-11-24Inventory Replenishment a Challenge for Retailers This Holiday Season Amid significant West Coast port delays, many retailers saved their holiday seasons by sending goods to the East Coast or to...
  8. 2014-11-20Digitalisierung als Chance für den HandelInterview mit Dorothea Ern-Stockum auf dem Deutschen Handelskongress Dorothea Ern-Stockum, Geschäftsführerin von Kurt...
  9. 2014-11-20RIP Black Friday? Retailers Speeding Up Black Friday Specials Due to Fierce Competition RIP Black Friday? Many retailers are opening on Thanksgiving evening; some will even start their specials on the Wednesday before....
  10. 2014-11-19With Economy Steadily Improving, Retailers Remain Cautiously Optimistic This Holiday Holiday sales forecasts are starting to sound like a broken record, with a cautiously optimistic forecast echoing once again in...