The dust has barely settled on the Toys R Us firesale and CE retail giants like Amazon are already chomping at the bit to take over their assets.
As companies continue their quest to win the Amazon HQ2 competition, their facing some unintended pressure from firms with already-established presences.
CE retailers went on quite the roller coaster ride during the first quarter of the new year, according to the Q1 2018 DS Index report.
The dust has barely settled on the Toys R Us firesale and CE retail giants like Amazon are already chomping at the bit to take over their assets. Reports have already started coming through that Amazon is window shopping some of the impending foreclosures, expanding their retail brick-and-mortar footprint. To get it out of the way, it’s […]
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Best Buy and other retailers appear to be using the data provided by The Retail Equation to implement strict return policies.
In the worst outing yet, Google and Apple fell a combined 44 spots in the annual Harris Reputation Survey, allowing Amazon to three-peat as number one.
As Toys R Us faces a near-certain demise, could it be possible for CE retailers to pick up some of the slack and actually benefit from selling tech toys?