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It‘s 1am and you NEED to check your Twitter/Facebook status one more time to see how many “friends” appreciated your most recent post. Lying awake in bed still, you watch a Miley Cyrus music video because why not, right? Many Americans, me included, are guilty of using technology late at night. According to the National […]
Note: This piece was researched and written by one of CivicScience’s summer interns, Matt O’Connor, who used data from our InsightStore™ to reveal these findings. Thank you, Matt! Summer is in full swing and with it the inevitable trips to the beach, baseball games, golf outings, and graduation parties which are characteristic of the three warmest […]
The majority of consumers have experienced going to a grocery store and finding an item on their list is out of stock. Do they go to another store to purchase the product (which would be a loss of a sale for the original store)? Or do they substitute another brand or similar product (a win-win […]
The trend toward more natural, i.e. “clean” eating continues and companies in the food industry – especially manufacturers of packaged “center of the store” foods, have needed to adapt. Grocery stores are noticing a drop in center of the store sales, which tend to be packaged and frozen foods, while more consumers are choosing fresh, perishable […]
With more and more business activity and personal entertainment happening while we are mobile, CivicScience is very eager to allow the public and our client/partner users to interact with us while on the go. Recently, a Massachusetts-based development company – Tap2 Inc. – approached us about creating a mobile app for the Android platform to give […]
To cancel or not to cancel? It’s a question I have been wrestling with each month when I receive my cable bill. Every time I wonder why I am paying for over 100 channels when I only watch four of them. And I use Netflix and HBO GO (soon to be HBO NOW) on a […]
News in late May emerged about Walmart’s pilot program, based on their own membership service to provide unlimited 3-day shipping for online orders. The service is expected to be called ShippingPass and offered at half the price tag of an Amazon Prime membership. FYI: An Amazon Prime account costs $99/year for unlimited, free two-day shipping, […]
In the first quarter of 2015, Netflix added more subscribers than projected, tallying 4.88 million subscribers, compared to their forecast of 4.05 million new subscribers. In terms of U.S. customers, Netflix added almost half a million (0.48 million) more subscribers than the company had originally projected. The people who are using Netflix are all very […]
We were quick to jump on the news a few weeks ago when Chipotle announced that they would be banning GMOs from their menu, attempting to gauge whether the move would attract new diners. This led to a second wave of analysis into Chipotle’s long history of living and dying by the sword of foodie […]
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