Values change, markets follow

Marks, David
May 2002
Shopping Center World;May2002, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p142
Trade Publication
Discusses the impact of the changes in consumer values on consolidation in the U.S. retail industry. Demographic groups which drive changes in retail formats; Growth of discount department store sales from 1990 to 2002; Significance of mail order business to the industry.


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