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Lowe’s is having a ‘Black Friday’ sale right now—yes, in March | AZ Central

Lowe’s is having a ‘Black Friday’ sale right now—yes, in March | AZ Central

If you’re living in New England like us, it may feel like you’re currently stuck in a snow globe. But still doesn’t mean it’s too early to be thinking about upgrading your outdoor living space for spring. Right now, Lowe’s is having a Spring Black Friday Sale with huge deals on everything for your garden […]

Shifting demand and pricing pressure main solar tracker challenges | pv magazine

Shifting demand and pricing pressure main solar tracker challenges | pv magazine

“The Latin American market will continue its upward path,” he added, while “Mexico and Brazil will again be the largest Latin America markets but we expect significant volume increases in Chile and Argentina as well.” Overall, Moskowitz said the main challenges in the current tracker market are shifting demand and pricing pressure. India, for example, […]

The Pricing Strategy That Sells More New Cars | DealerOn

The Pricing Strategy That Sells More New Cars | DealerOn

CAN JUST CHANGING YOUR PRICING STRATEGY HELP YOU SELL MORE NEW CARS?? LIKE, A LOT MORE CARS?! According to Jasen Rice, Owner of LotPop, ABSOLUTELY! In fact, he says, it’s the key to moving more metal that many dealerships overlook…but is far and away the one technique that can bring every dealership the swiftest and most dramatic results. Sound […]

Why the car price you see is definitely not what you will pay | Irish Times

Why the car price you see is definitely not what you will pay | Irish Times

If you order a new jumper, a pair of jeans, some DVDs, a book, or even some household cleaning products from almost any online source, chances are that you will not be charged extra for delivery. Generally, once you’re spending more than a nominal amount (usually between €50 and €100), you won’t have to pay […]

A hipster’s nightmare as avocado prices surge | The Daily Advertiser

A hipster’s nightmare as avocado prices surge | The Daily Advertiser

IT’S enough to make a millennial cry. Prices are soaring as demand for avocados has outweighed supply over the last month, causing a national shortage. In one of Wagga’s big supermarket chains Hass avocados are being sold for $4 each, and in capital cities prices have risen to almost $8 each. SUPPLY AND DEMAND: The high […]

Grocery shoppers could move online twice as fast as originally anticipated | CNBC

Grocery shoppers could move online twice as fast as originally anticipated | CNBC

The shift is already evident: 49 percent of all shoppers bought a packaged good online within the last three months. That includes 61 percent of millennials and 44 percent of baby boomers. It also includes 54 percent of affluent households and 40 percent of low-income households. Grocery stores, cognizant of the price transparency the web […]

Consumers Beware: Amazon Monopoly Will Price Gouge | IBD

Consumers Beware: Amazon Monopoly Will Price Gouge | IBD

What do you stand to lose as Amazon’s retail competition crumbles? Purchasing power. When competition is eliminated, so too are incentives to keep prices low as a market disrupter. By destroying its competitors, Amazon is also extinguishing any repercussion traditionally associated with price increases — that is, a customer choosing a competitor instead of Amazon. […]

Consumers Beware: Amazon Monopoly Will Price Gouge | IBD

Consumers Beware: Amazon Monopoly Will Price Gouge | IBD

What ails the retail industry is no secret: Amazon. In 2016, Amazon sold six times as much online as Walmart, Target, Best Buy, Nordstrom, Home Depot, Macy’s, Kohl’s and Costco. Combined. In 2017, it accounted for nearly 50% of all online sales. Imagine where Amazon will stand in 2018 and beyond. But while the e-commerce giant’s threat to retailers and […]

Atlanta Falcons Broke the Rules of Stadium Food and It Paid Off | Bloomberg

Atlanta Falcons Broke the Rules of Stadium Food and It Paid Off | Bloomberg

When the Atlanta Falcons announced the food prices at their new $1.5 billion stadium — $2 hot dogs and sodas, $3 nachos, $5 beer — fans loved it, and people in other cities started pushing their local ownership groups to follow suit. Falcons owner Arthur Blank had made a calculated bet that what the organization […]

Amazon raises seller fees in apparel and accessories | Retail Dive

Amazon raises seller fees in apparel and accessories | Retail Dive

The fee hikes also demonstrate the conundrum for Amazon’s Marketplace sellers, who gravitate to the e-commerce giant for its extensive research, robust search and sticky Prime customers, but who also face competition from Amazon itself and the whims of the company’s seller policies. Those whims have led some sellers to turn elsewhere, notably Walmart, which […]