Operations, Business Strategy June 13, 2010 Retail Sales Drop, CE Up Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter LinkedIn LinkedIn Google + Google+ Email Email 1 Comment Comments Retail sales in the U.S. dropped 1.2 percent in May, the first drop since September, according to figures released Friday by the Census Bureau. To continue reading, tell us a little about yourself. Work Email* First Name*Last Name*Title*Company*Zip/Postal Code*Primary Business*Primary BusinessRetailer - Physical Store OnlyRetailer - E-Commerce OnlyRetailer - Omnichannel ( Physical + E-Commerce)DistributorManufacturerServices - Financial/Retail/TechnologyIndustry AssociationManufacturer s RepresentativeCreative Services/Ad AgencyOtherJob Function*Job FunctionManagement - CEO/President/OwnerManagement - VP/General ManagerManagement - Other C-levelBuyer/Merchandiser - VP/Director/ManagerMarketing - CMO/VPMarketing - Director/ManagerSales - CRO/VPSales - Director/ManagerSales - OtherTechnology - CTO/VPTechnology - Director/Mgr.OtherSales Volume*RevenueOver $50 million$25 000 001 - $50 000 000$10 000 001 - $25 000 000$5 000 001 - $10 000 000$1 000 001 - $5 000 000$500 000 - $1 000 000under $500 000 1 Comment View Comments Places:U.S. Related Content An Inside Look at Target's Technology Evolution Samsung Spotlights Next-Gen IoT Retail Innovations at NRF’s BIG Show 2017 3 Ways Brands Can Leverage Social Media to Guide M How Data Onboarding Can Improve Marketing Efforts Chinese Retail Giant Suning Unveils Artificial Intelligence Strategy at CES NRF: 98 Percent of Generation Z Still Shop In-Store Comments david dean mcquade That’s SO misleading. Ya think a half million iPads at $600 each had any impact? Traditional CE retail sucked in May.