Qualcomm claims they have evidence of Apple stealing "vast swaths" of trade secrets and confidential information, handing it off to Intel so that they can make their chipsets better.
Collecting data on the questions users have about a given product, company, or feature can provide a substantial advantage over traditional, answer-only market research.
After a soft launch earlier this year, Sears and Amazon will complete a nationwide roll out of their tire installation program.
A report suggests that Google is close to finalizing a deal to acquire commercial space in Chicago's Fulton Market neighborhood that would serve as its first flagship retail location.
RadioShack and HobbyTown are partnering up to bring RadioShack express centers to certain HobbyTown locations. Both stand to benefit from the relationship, if done right. Week in Review in sponsored by New Age Electronics.
Some of the company's latest moves, which seem to relate back to its rebranding, have us believing Best Buy wants to operate like an independent retailer. Week in Review is sponsored by New Age Electronics.
Recurring monthly revenue programs have been an enormously popular (and important) topic of late, but they haven't focused on the manufacturers' rep side of things. OneVision wants to change that.
The new Total Tech Support program from Best Buy seems like a challenge to dealers who already offer a similar service, but we see it as validation.
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