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Data Feed for September 1, 2017

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September 1, 2017
Apocalypse How? Reports of the retail apocalypse might be overstated, according to new research from IHL Group. The research firm surveyed 1,800 retail chains and discovered there was a total net increase of 4,080 stores in the US so far this year, including retail and restaurant locations.

Oz TV Gets Smart: A new white paper from IAB Australia's Video Council reports that connected or smart TV makes up 35% of all online video from broadcasters in Australia. However, the paper went on to note that advertisers had yet to fully take advantage of the medium.

Cybersecurity De Rigueur: Cybersecurity is the norm among large US companies, according to a survey from business-to-business ratings and review firm Clutch. It found that more than 90% of US firms with at least 500 employees had already established a cybersecurity policy to respond to real and anticipated problems.

Rather Impulsive: A recent survey of UK consumers by delivery service Whistl found that 91% of respondents made impulse purchases every month, with clothing the most common unintended buy. By Whistl's calculations, UK consumers spend an average of £47.84 ($64.57) per person on spontaneous transaction per month, worth a combined £3.14 billion ($4.24 billion).

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