NEW YORK -- Retailers need to be more creative and innovative to achieve their sales goals for the end of the decade, according to Thomas I. Rubel, president and chief executive officer of consulting firm Retail Forward, Cincinnati. Rubel addressed a crowd of nearly 500 people at the firm's Strategic Outlook Conference titled "Retailing 2010: Five Years Survived, Five Left to Thrive" this month at the Crowne Plaza Times Square here. Not only must new ideas be created, retailers also need ...
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