"E-Commerce Failed on Its Own Merits"
Thanks to Paco Underhill, American retailers now all know about the "butt-brush" factor. You see, store customers don't like narrow aisles, says Underhill, one of the country's top authorities on how consumers behave in retail stores: "Once you jostle someone from behind, the person tends to flee what is presumably an uncomfortable situation -- no matter how fabulous the product."
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