Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: May 28, 2015

Our Articles of the Day: 

1) Two of Nordstrom's 6 Flagships to be in Canada

2) Free Fraud Seminar on June 11: A Half Day That Could Save Your Company

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Top Stories - Canada: 

-Shoppers Optimum goes digital, but some critics question value of loyalty programs [Financial Post]

-Indigo Books returns to 'growth mode' with eye on new store openings [Financial Post]

-Eataly eyes Toronto for its first Canadian location [Globe & Mail]

-From street to store, Nespresso tries to woo Canadians [Marketing Magazine]

-Understanding Lululemon's Business Model [Investopedia]

-Popular 1990's drink Clearly Canadian returns [Press Release]

-Hudson's Bay Company Appoints Dan Caspersen as Executive Vice President, Human Resources [Business Wire]

-La Vie en Rose, the largest Canadian lingerie retailer continues to grow with the opening of a first boutique in Panama [Marketwatch]


Canadian News - Region-by-Region: 

-Carrefour Laval: Only Quebec mall on Canada top-20 list [The Suburban]

-Pottery Barn Kids set to open store in Calgary [Calgary Herald]

-Lush opening store in Kitchener [Waterloo Record]

-London's DSW Set To Open Late Summer 2015 [AM980]

-Chilliwack bookstore's parody video goes viral: 'It's all about them books' [Global]

- familiar furniture shop opens massive new showroom [BlogTO]

-Store Guide: Studio D, an uptown footwear boutique devoted to niche European designers [Toronto Life]

-How Shopify'S IPO Could Help Ottawa'S Tech Scene []


Our Previous Articles: 

-L'Agent by Agent Provocateur Opens 4th Location in the World in Montreal

-Kate Spade to Open 1st Calgary Location

-Moncler to Open 2nd Free-Standing Canadian Location


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