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2014 State of the Shopping Center

Even in a world where consumers can connect with each other via text in an instant and do their shopping from their couches, people still crave a physical place to congregate, connect and engage. And more and more, shopping centers are a big part of fulfilling that need.

The Reputations of the Most Visible Companies

Now in its 15th year, the RQ Study surveyed more than 18,000 members of the U.S. general public to measure the reputations of the 60 most visible companies in the country across the six dimensions of corporate reputation. See who made the list.

Nielsen Technology Sentiment Report

It seems like U.S. consumers welcome new or improved technology with open arms just about every day. Options abound, spanning our TVs, computers and appliances. They’re also evolving to become more than just single-service electronics. Coupled with readily-available Internet connectivity, we’re...

Nielsen TV: On the Hunt for Super Consumers

Not all consumers are created equal. In fact, some can be so meaningful from a sales and growth perspective that they’ve been upgraded to “super consumer” status by some researchers and industry observers who realize how meaningful this group can be to companies and brands. As the most...

How Small Businesses Can Scale the Big Data Barrier

Small businesses have typically had little to do with big data. That’s primarily because most owners have thought coping with it was too difficult, too expensive and just plain intimidating—notions that have generally sidelined the use of such information for anyone outside of the large...

How 10 Retailers are Pushing Private Label’s Potential

By Todd Hale, SVP, Consumer & Shopper Insights, Nielsen Private brands are a significant player in today’s U.S. retail landscape, reaching $112 billion out of $643 billion in total retail sales in 2013. But given the perfect storm of a struggling economy, rising consumer perception of quality...