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Black Friday is coming early this year to many retailers. Is this a good thing or bad thing we discuss it on tonight's show
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Black Friday is coming early this year to many retailers, which plan to open on Thanksgiving Day. But in three New England states, shoppers will have wait until midnight for door-buster deals.
So-called blue laws -- first drafted in the colonial era to push people to go to church on Sunday and holidays -- bar retailers in Massachusetts, Maine and Rhode Island from opening on Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Such laws were once far more restrictive, prohibiting the sale of alcohol on Sunday. But Jon B. Hurst, president of the Retailers Association of Massachusetts, told The Huffington Post that few businesses there have called for lifting the ban on Thanksgiving hours.
Authorized Badging. Nothing new, right?
Channel IQ is innovating the concept that consumers are already familiar with, and creating a dynamically served badge for retailers websites. This will change the way consumers shop online. In this segment, Anthony talks with Jeff Messer, GM Brand Protection for Channel IQ about how Channel IQ is creating the first-ever social network for managing relationships between retailers and manufacturers. In this segment you will learn about how the Channel IQ authorized partner network:
helps consumers navigate to the best possible transaction
is using innovative tactics and dynamic insert to differentiate itself from traditional static partner badges
is implanting the idea of "authorized" through every stage of the sales cycle
uses third-party verification as a means to support the value of the authorization
is working to strengthen the consumer's perspective of authorized and gain universal acceptance of the Channel IQ authorzed partner network as the the standard platform
Listen in to this 25 minute podcast and get a comprehensive understanding of the value of authorized, and how to help consumers understand that there is more to a sale than just the best price...
To find out more about badging visit Channel IQ now.
Cyber Security Expert and Ex-Hacker Gregory Evans discusses a very low tech way, on how retailers can steal your credit card number with the pin.
Welcome to the WVEB presentation of Black By Color Only, a division of Truthsharks Radio. I am your host and friend, DJ Southeast Vince, comin' at ya' all the way from a place called Durham, NC. On this show, I will tackle the isues that affect today's black race such as politics, economics, morals, principles, and whatever. If you have a question or comment, feel free to call in and state your case, just be sure to season your comments well with respect. So come listen to a man who is black, Christian, and conservative.
What a week! First, the so-called "Confederate" flag sees widespread banning from major retailers and then we have the Supreme Court upholding the standard of homosexual "marriage" among other things. I will deal with these potentially hot topics on today's show.
The killing of 9 innocent people by the racist savage Dylann Roof has caused a call for the confederate flag to come down. Alabama has removed the flag,South Carolina is taking a vote on the issue and retailers have stopped selling the flag. Some feel it's a attack on their heritage while others feel the confederate flag represents hate.
Rick rattles off a list of five big things that will happen next Tuesday – June 30 – including the reappearance of the Bethlehem Star. In Part 2, commercial bankruptcy lawyer Chuck Tatlebaum gives Rick an update on the staggering number of U.S. retailers closing stores. In Part 3, New York Times best-selling author John Barry discusses the Great Influenza.
Wednesday June 24, 2015
Chuck Tatelbaum | Trip Scott Attorneys
John M. Barry | Official Website
Ken Kraetzer, vice president, at CBSIServices, "Talks Business" with Retail-Digital expert Ryan Craver.
We will talk with Ryan about his talks at several spring conferences including the Direct Marketing Assocation - Integrated Marketing Week in NYC, how 2015 trends are emerging and happenings in retail marketing.
Ryan’s fascination with the intersection of retail and technology has led to a career of inspiring and leading retailers to be on the forefront of the evolving "connected retail" environment. Most recently, Ryan was in charge of the core department store strategy at Hudson’s Bay and Lord & Taylor. Prior to joining Hudson’s Bay Company, the graduate of Arizona State University was a senior leader at Accenture, driving growth and profit improvement across multiple clients, including Virgin Media, FedEx and Best Buy. Reach Ryan on email@example.com or @ryanmcraver
Ken Kraetzer works with Harrison NY based CBSI on programs that provide loyalty and usage benefits to major credit and retail card brands aswell as providing contact center mangement behind programs. Prior to CBSI, Ken worked in card and financial marketing at Chase Manhattan Bank, Dean Witter, American Express, and Herbert Dunhill Associates. Reach Ken on kkraetzer@CBSIservices.com or 914-630-3457.
Program Time: 8AM-10AM EST
There are no arguments the event a week ago in Charleston, SC was a terrible, horrific, tragic event. The use of the slaughter of nine innocents as chess pieces for political gain is just as bad. Yet, many people feel the use of the deaths are justified. SC Legislatures voted on the flag issue. Too bad they can't act as quickly on other issues. Retailers bow to political and media pressure. Other States now drawing attention. Just some of the topics we will discuss on this edition of "In the Pickle Barrel".
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Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be.
Raisin growers win!
Again, voting on bills with the potential to signifcantly harm the US without even reading them.
Flag nonsense. Retailers refusing to sell confederate flag merchandise for fear of offending anyone. Really? Are ya still selling birth control? How about offensive books - are any of these retailers still selling "Catcher in the Rye"?
Pope says you aren't a Christian if you carry a gun? Has he even read the Bible? So are the Vatican's security team Christians?
Doing What's Right:
The only acceptable sentiment from anyone - in the public eye or not - within 24 hours of such tragedy as the shootings in S.C is one of condolence. No politicization. Period.
Mark Gungor on marrying young, why it's a good idea.