Retail Reporter, Minneapolis StarTribune
Retail reporter for Star Tribune (Minneapolis). Hot mess. Retweets aren't endorsements. But they might be funny.
politico.com — Rep. Darrell Issa on Monday said that the House Judiciary Committee will “have the lead” on looking into revelations that the Justice Department might have secretly taken telephone records of AP reporters and editors. “From a constitutional standpoint, the First Amendment, it’s very clear Judiciary will have the lead on this,”...
unityjournalists.org — MCLEAN, Va. - UNITY: Journalists for Diversity is deeply troubled that the Justice Department secretly seized Associated Press journalists' phone records. AP President and CEO Gary Pruitt called the incident "a massive and unprecedented intrusion" into the journalistic process and press freedom. Freedom of the press is a founding principle of the United States.
asmarterplanet.com — By Jill Puleri These are crucial times for brick-and-mortar retailers as they evolve to put the consumer at the center of all that they do. Those that make good decisions are going to prosper; those who don't are going to slip to the back. Central to retailers' ability to remain relevant is their response to...
startribune.com — Target just friended Facebook, big time. In its boldest foray into digital retailing, Target is launching Wednesday a test version of Cartwheel, an ambitious collaboration with the world's largest social network that will allow users to earn savings via Facebook and then use their smartphones to redeem those savings in stores.
startribune.com — With the U.S. Senate poised to pass a bill to allow the collection of online sales taxes, mega-retailers such as Best Buy Co. and Target Corp. are close to a legislative dream they have pursued for decades. Only one problem: the issue might not matter as much anymore.
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