Friday, February 15, 2019

Samsung Joins Apple And Microsoft In The Mall Between Auntie Anne's And Orange Julius

Forbes
When you walked into a mall in the 1980s and 1990s (the height of indoor mall popularity) there was a sense of practicality to it. The mall had things you needed; new shoes for the family, a food court full of wonderful smells that reminded you of a high school cafeteria and possibly a comic book store. Then malls started to die because people stopped going. In recent years, luxury malls have seen a resurgence in retail. Where once was a failing shoe store now stands an Apple store, a Tesla show room, a Microsoft store and now, a Samsung Experience. . . . more