Retailers and brands have a lot to gripe about when it comes to Amazon. The e-commerce juggernaut has become in many ways a frenemy for brands.
As shopping moves online and staple retailers increasingly close their doors, developers have been working to revive the draw of the mall. An audacious attempt to reinvigorate the American mall is taking shape in the dreary swamplands of East Rutherford, just outside New York City.
Where five-year-old mattress brand Casper ends up won’t just affect the future of the company, it will send signals about the health of the digitally native vertical brand (DNVB) or direct-to-consumer industry as well.
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