Retailing refers to the sale of goods to ultimate consumers for personal or household consumption. This website, started in 2012, reviews the state of the retail industry and provides a brief history of retailing in the USA.
The exterior corner of a shopping mall extends into a blue sky dotted with dense clouds. The retail center is built out of cream and red stucco, and includes detailed ironwork. There are two lampposts in the photograph.
This online advertising guide for the retailing industry compares online shopping versus brick-and-mortar retailing, with links to selected consumer goods websites.
Browse this bakery directory for information about retail bakeries and wholesale bakeries in the United States of America. The photograph on this page depicts bakery bread, white flour, and wheat.
B2C, or Business to Consumer, transactions occur when businesses sell directly to consumers, most often in a retail setting. This website affords quick access to Zeducorp's consumer-oriented websites.
The exterior facade of a retail shopping center is photographed on a bright day. The stucco structure with arched doorways and small square windows is set against a cloudless blue sky.
Tree nurseries propagate and cultivate trees for use in orchards, landscapes, and forests. Some nurseries sell to the general public (retail), while others sell to other nurseries and landscape contractors.
Donna Hewer visited her local branch of the high-end retail store in Cheltenham, but was left 'disappointed' by her experience after a member of staff said 'quid' instead of pounds.
Daily Mail. Tue, 23 Jul 2019 16:44:30 +0100.
Although the retail real estate market displayed signs of recovery in Q2, Topshop's store closure at 608 Fifth Avenue is expected to unfavorably impact Vornado's (VNO) earnings.
Zacks Equity Research. Zacks. Tue, 23 Jul 2019 13:24:00 GMT.
A new survey from the International Council of Shopping Centers shows bricks-and-mortar stores clearly offer a boost to online sales, and vice versa. ICSC says it's a "halo effect."
CNBC. Mon, 22 Jul 2019 21:06 GMT.