Publisher's Perspective

by Seth Mendelson on Jun 1, 2014
“The stock price of Whole Foods, the much-ballyhooed natural supermarket chain, took a big hit after the company announced that its quarterly sales grew by a measly $300 million to $3.3 billion. Yes, the numbers are right: $300 million and $3.3 billion in just one quarter of the year. Amazingly, that is not enough for Wall Street, and the experts say the quarter’s numbers show that the bloom is off the rose for Whole Foods.…”

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by Seth Mendelson on May 1, 2014
“    It seems that a week does not go by without another major retailer heralding some sort of major consolidation of stores and personnel. In just the last few months, for example, such major chains as Toys ‘R Us, Radio Shack and Staples have announced significant retrenchments in the…”
by Seth Mendelson on Mar 1, 2014
“   Seth Mendelson Group Publisher Group Editorial Director     Two years ago, at an awards breakfast at Global Pet Expo, a retailer spoke about how suppliers had to level the playing field for all merchants and Internet retailers. He painted a pretty bleak picture for small and independent retailers, saying that…”
“  Seth MendelsonGroup PublisherGroup Editorial Director       America’s love affair with shopping malls has come to nearly a complete halt. What does that mean for pet stores that operate within these malls? Various television reports over the last month have stated that consumers have lost their love of…”
“    Seth MendelsonGroup PublisherGroup Editorial Director     Should we really devote a cover story to the aquatics category? That is what some readers may be asking themselves after seeing the cover of this month’s issue of Pet Business—and it is valid question. After all, aquatics is a section…”