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Tim Denman

Executive Editor

Tim Denman is the executive editor of RIS News. Tim has covered a variety of industries during his media career including car care, pharmaceutical and retail. He focuses his retail coverage on new and emerging technology whose implementation helps retailers provide a differentiated experience in a hyper-competitive landscape.

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December 2018

Dec
13
While the rest of the population is deep into the holiday spirit, stringing lights and belting out carols, retailers are stressing through the most important time of the year.

November 2018

Nov
26
Strong opening weekend to the holiday shopping season could spur the best end-of-year rush in seven years. Check out the results and predictions from Thanksgiving Weekend.
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December 2018

Retail’s in-the-know predict what the next 12 months will bring to an increasingly crowded and competitive retail landscape.

Amazon is allegedly scaling its Go technology for large format locations. Is cashierless checkout headed to Whole Foods?

November 2018

Famed retail futurist Doug Stephens will take to the NRF stage to discuss the role associates can play in a retailer’s transformation strategy. Check out RIS’ exclusive interview with The Retail Prophet.

Retailers are facing three major in-store challenges: squeeze more productivity from the workforce, operationalize click and collect, and make shopping fast, fun and friction-free. Self-checkout could be the answer.

Retail is undergoing a period of rapid evolution, and much of that change is being introduced by new players in the market.

Amazon’s CEO believes that the retailer’s success has a shelf life and that the e-commerce giant will go bankrupt. Hear what he said and his predictions for Amazon’s future.

John Furner is quickly transitioning Sam’s Club into a technical powerhouse. You don’t want to miss this in-depth look behind the curtain at Walmart’s surging $59 billion digital-first warehouse division.

Unlike the rash of breaches that have struck the industry, it was not customer data that was leaked, but rather the personal information of employees. Learn what went wrong.

Guitar Center has redesigned its iconic Los Angeles flagship to better serve its customers and attract a new generation of shoppers. See how the retailer’s $5 million brick-and-mortar investment revitalizes the brand.

Check out the key themes that emerged from the inaugural Groceryshop event. Hear what was on the lips of attendees and speakers and where the experts predict the industry is headed.

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