Major U.S. retailers are now accepting Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency

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Those taking the digital money include clothing store Nordstrom, grocer Whole Foods, and movie chain Regal Cinemas. The move is thanks to a new deal between payment network Flexa and digital asset platform Gemini.  Read more…

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The sweater you don’t like is a trillion-dollar problem for retailers. These companies want to fix it

"Shoppers return 5 to 10 percent of what they purchase in store but 15 to 40 percent of what they buy online," David Sobie, co-founder and CEO of Happy Returns tells CNBC.
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Retailers caught selling real fur as fake, Humane Society says

It’s a faux fur fake-out. Two online retailers, Boohoo and Zacharia Jewellers, have been called out in separate rulings for promoting pompom sweaters and headbands featuring fake fur — when in fact it was real, likely rabbit. “Consumers should be able to trust the ads they see and hear — and they certainly shouldn’t be…
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Retailers can manipulate consumer regret to beat competitors

Markdown retailers can survive the entry of an everyday low price retailer into a highly competitive market by manipulating price, product availability, and the regret consumers feel when they pay too much or wait until a product is unavailable to decide to buy it, according to a new study. The results explain why markdown pricing remains ubiquitous in spite of the simplicity and marketing and operational advantages of everyday low pricing.
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Amazon’s PillPack may be gearing up to serve the retailer’s employees before broader rollout

Amazon's PillPack has filed for a few new licenses, including to ship from Phoenix to Washington, which may point to a plan to serve the company's employees first.
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In 2018, Holiday Shoppers Are Losing Trust in Social Media, Prefer Retailers With Physical Storefronts

It’s officially November, which means the ~mooost lucrative tiiiime of the year~ for retailers is upon us. Businesses and shoppers alike are prepping their game plans for Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the surrounding days, and Adobe is here once again with its annual online shopping …

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