Dealerscope News Collection
Maxell’s latest headphone series are designed to draw impulse dollars from some of the hottest headphone-buying demographics.
The ongoing battle for talent is real, and it is upon us every day. Navigating the hundreds of economic and labor dynamics surrounding Millennials, insourcing, outsourcing, healthcare reform and other labor laws creates a complex struggle to find and retain the right people. But we are in the retail industry, and we will always need a continuous pipeline of candidates to fill our jobs: full time, part time, entry-level and professional. With the decline of the unemployment rate, finding trained and available talent is increasingly challenging. It’s a numbers game, but the numbers simply don’t add up. That doesn’t mean we have run out of people; it means we are running out of people using the methods we used just a few years ago.
It’s no secret Samsung’s mobile device portfolio has been a little all over the place lately, with hectic naming and brand dilution reaching unimaginable heights in 2014. It’s impossible to count each and every Sammy-made smartphone released in the past 12 months and preserve one’s mental health.
The tablet market didn’t need yet another Android-running iPad mini lookalike, but the Nokia N1 is quite special. For one thing, it’s a surprisingly early sign Nokia is alive and kicking after selling its once mighty device manufacturing division to Microsoft.
Yamaha this week announced the arrival of its R-N301 network stereo receiver. The receiver supports AirPlay and DLNA connectivity, and is controlled by a free app.
AmTRAN is adding at retail in late January 2015 an 85-inch JVC-branded UHD TV to the 65-inch model it started selling in September at $1,999.
Séura this week announced the arrival of the Séura Design Series, described by the company as "a family of mirror etching design collections." The first entry is the Geo Design Collection.
Powermat said Tuesday that Thorsten Heins, the former CEO of BlackBerry, has taken over as president and CEO of the wireless charging firm.