Tag Archives: Target

Sales Prevention, Or At Least Impediment

Last week I posted an example of brick and mortar suicide. Today’s example is a brick and mortar store (Target) but it is really target.com. Recently a friend of the family had her first child. We wanted to get her … Continue reading

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It’s about focus

Not to sound like a broken record, but companies that focus tend to do better than companies that do not. If for no other reason than because they can become great and relevant at something, which assuming that is something … Continue reading

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Retailers biting the dust

Mervyns, a California based retailer declared bankruptcy earlier this year and just announced that they were going to liquidate as they could not find a buyer or appropriate financing to continue. No doubt many will ascribe their demise to the … Continue reading

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