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Episode 02: "Stores" is a Bad Word

In this episode:

  • What’s going on with Banana Republic
  • Analytics keeping food fresh in grocery stores
  • Apple thinks “stores” is a bad word
  • IKEA goes upscale
  • 389 more words
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Tesla Insists the Only Way to Sell an EV is Direct to Public

Tesla stores are just there so people can come in, touch the cars, ask questions, and arrange for test drives. Its stores are modelled directly on Apple stores, where well informed sales staff help people select products that fit their needs. 416 more words

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New Indian ruling appears to finally give Apple go-ahead to open retail stores

Opening Apple Stores in India has been something of a challenge for the company. The law normally requires companies to manufacture at least 30% of their products within India before they can open a single-brand store under a Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) rule, but  207 more words

Apple recently provided a sneak preview of its latest retail store in San Francisco’s Union Square ahead of its grand opening, and building permits shared with… 106 more words

Apple’s first retail store in Brooklyn has been a long time coming. Following years of speculation, the plan was confirmed back in 2014, when it was revealed that the location would be at 247 Bedford Avenue, in Williamsburg, though the project later… 96 more words

Re/code reports that Microsoft now has more than 100 of its Apple Store clones across the U.S. and Canada, in sizes ranging from tiny stores of 15o square feet to the 22,000 square feet store… 136 more words

Apple Said to Make Case for Exemption From India's Local Sourcing Norms

iPhone and iPad maker Apple has given a presentation to the DIPP Secretary-headed panel on why its products should be considered ‘state-of-the-art’, ‘cutting edge’ and thus exempted from mandatory local sourcing norms. 202 more words

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