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    The recent decline in the fortunes of several large retail chains mirrors the hollowing out of the middle class following the 2007-2009 recession. Lost jobs, falling wages and shifting preferences among consumers reflect increasing income inequality and a bifurcated retail market. The difficulties faced by these mass market retailers, such as J.C. Penney Co. Inc., Target Corp. and Wal-Mart Stores Inc., may be indicative of a greater shift underway in the retail sector and the U.S. economy.

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    So… Here’s another rant on J.C. Penney.  OK.  We KNOW the company is a TRAIN WRECK right now. This latest attempt to alter what we [...]

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     Ford Hates the Kardashians! (Not REALLY…) http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/cars/2013/03/27/ford-jim-farley-bondage-berlusconi/2024141/ I believe Ford was genuinely shocked by these ads since they are a true American traditional car company. [...]

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    Save money. Live better? If you’ve been shopping at the local Walmart $WMT lately, you may be surprised. A tough economy even hits America’s largest retailer, [...]

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    It’s a great honor to be included in The College Investor’s “Top 10 Female Investors to Follow Right Now“!  “Kristin is another former Wall Street [...]

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    In using this latest YOU Tube video, J.C. Penney ($JCP) doesn’t  sound desperate–THEY ARE DESPERATE. And no, it wont work. Seriously,  Ron Johnson should have [...]

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    In typical “this could come back to bite you” fashion,  Abercrombie & Fitch ($ANF) and CEO Mike Jeffries are in PR hot water thanks to a [...]

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      Not many people get to sit down and chat with Macy’s CEO & President Terry Lundgren… But its easy when you’re the Talented Blonde! In this [...]

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      Her Voice Was Full of Money. -F. Scott Fitzgerald. Indeed, the Blue Box ™  managed to pull off an earnings surprise Tuesday, with a [...]

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    I had the chance to be on Bloomberg Surveillance in studio this morning to talk a little J.C. Penney.  Even though $JCP is shoring up [...]

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  • 06/11/13--10:46: Curse You, Corn!!!!!
  • Okay. That was a “corny” headline.  I admit it.  But as we get into these hot summer months, we use the barbecue more, we use [...]

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  • 07/14/13--21:58: Luxury at the Speed of Sound
  • Kristin Bentz, Executive Director of PMG Venture Group Sits Down With Zenith Watches CEO Jean Luc Dufour, discussing Luxury, China, and Felix Baumgartner.

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    Kroger’s takes over  southeastern US grocery chain Harris Teeter and The Talented Blonde co-hosts on Bloomberg TV Market Surveillance with Tom Keene to talk about it. PLUS, [...]

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    PMG Executive Director Kristin Bentz pronounces Back-to-School Dead on Arrival. Americans have been buying closer to need for years, and the recent correction in the market, and decline in personal income has made it all but impossible for the Middle Class to revert back to old-school spending patterns. With 25 million unemployed & underemployed Americans, it's worse than you think.

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      It’s been a busy week here a TBHQ.  I’ve been talking a lot to the Fox Business Network.  I discussed Back to School spending on […]

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    Eyes down here, sailor. So now that I have your attention, what do the “Mating & Dating” Set Know about retail? Um. A LOT! Check […]

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    Have you been paying attention to the U.S. economy and retail space?  No?  Well you should, because its Worse Than We Think. I spoke to Joe […]

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    If you were listening to Bloomberg: Taking Stock with the lovely and talented Carol Massar on Aug 29th, you would have heard me giving the […]

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    For years many analysts and pundits have viewed back-to–school shopping as a predictor for a positive holiday season. The thinking has been, “As teen spending […]

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    Has anyone else noticed that lots of retailers are starting their holiday push waaay early this year?  What’s up with that?  Santa Claus right next […]

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