StockUp Presents the Latest Take on the Local Inventory Dilemma

by Steven Jacobs
Local markets are laden with pricing inefficiencies. In a city such as New York, three or four stores may sell the exact same product for two very different prices in the same neighborhood. Some stores may attribute the price difference to a pricier location or better experience, but the imbalance is built on a simple information problem: consumers have no way of knowing.Read the full article