Computer & Communication Industry Association

Retail Today

New survey research by Deloitte on small and medium-sized businesses and consumers finds that competition in retail is benefiting consumers with more choice, competitive pricing and constant innovation. The studies look at how consumer preferences for price, convenience, and product selection drive choices between online and offline channels at each step in the shopping journey, and how intense competition in retail is leading retailers of all sizes to offer consumers more choices to research products.

State-by-State Breakdown of Economic Cost of Legislation Modeled after the New York Twenty First Century Antitrust Act

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Assessment of Economic Costs of Imposing Abuse of Dominance Standards at the State Level

  • Digital Economy

Impacts of Canada’s Proposed Digital Service Tax on the United States

Canadian Bill C-59 would impose a digital services tax (DST) of 3% on revenues from online marketplaces, online advertising, social media, and user data services. The DST would disproportionately�...

  • Competition

Bundled Benefits of Retail Memberships in Mexico

The study evaluates retail membership bundles at Mexico’s leading four Big Box stores: Walmart Pass, Sam’s Club, Costco, and H-E-B Prime in Mexico, finding not only that bundling generates a Me...