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Starwood’s SLS Beverly Hills hotel goes mobile – Luxury Daily

Barneys New York tests foreign waters with ecommerce expansion
Department store Barneys New York is boosting its ecommerce line of attack by offering online shopping and shipping to approximately 90 countries.
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Top 10 luxury branded Twitter handles of Q1
Twitter posts only allow for 140 characters, so whatever luxury brands want to say to consumers worldwide, it has to be precise yet entertaining enough to make it count.
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Recent mobile flash-sales increase could signal luxury mcommerce boom
Online retailers Gilt Groupe and Rue La La have announced a significant jump of sales through mobile, which could be indicative of a future explosion in luxury mobile commerce.
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Starwood’s SLS Beverly Hills hotel goes mobile
Starwood Hotels & Resorts’ SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA, is attempting to provide its visitors with a well-rounded experience with extra emphasis on comfort by introducing a mobile application.
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Mcommerce Summit New York May 12: eBay, Target, Jos. A. Bank, HSN, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Jewelry Television
Registration is open for the Mcommerce Summit: State of Mobile Commerce 2011 on May 12 featuring eBay, Target, Jos. A. Bank, HSN, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Sunkist and Jewelry Television. This New York event is a must for execs seeking the ins and outs of mcommerce.
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Royal Wedding, Saks, Jimmy Choo and Vera Wang – News briefs
Today in luxury marketing – Designers react to Royal Wedding dress; Despite gains, Saks remains ‘show me’ story; Jimmy Choo to go public?; Leighton Meester for a Vera Wang fragrance.
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Why Amazon and Google have a leg-up on Apple
In this rant, I am going to point out what many of you already know – that the iVerse is under attack. By whom, you ask? By a pairing of unlikely conspirators: Google and Amazon.
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