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4.6% of stereo headphone purchasers intend to use them primarily in the car. Hopefully not while driving. #ConsumerElectronics

— Stevenson Company (@TraQline) September 24, 2012

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Keep close to your computers!  The new market share and consumer behavior TraQline data will be published on July 23 at 12 EST.

Q2 2012 Data for the following TraQline products will be updated:

TraQline US
TraQline Services
TraQline Wireless Tracker
TraQline Photo Behavior

On July 30 @ 12 PM EST [...]

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Through a special arrangement with Consumer Electronics Association, The Stevenson Company clients can attend the CEA Research Summit at CE Week  for a specially discounted price by using a special registration code.  Contact your TraQline rep for this code!

CEA’s Research Summits offer insights through a mix of quantitative and qualitative data. We invite you to a [...]

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Compounding Walmart’s problems was Amazon, which seized the crown of low-price leader as its thirdparty marketplace grew and mobile comparison shopping caught fire.
As a result, Walmart’s share of U.S. CE sell-through remained static at 11.8 percent in 2010 and 2011, The Stevenson Company reported, while Amazon’s has grown 26 percent to 6.3 percent over the same period.

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The Stevenson Company, a leading provider of consumer data and market research, has released the findings of its most recent TraQline Quarterly report, a survey of consumer durable purchasers in the United States that measures retailer shares, brand shares, and consumer behavior trends.

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The Stevenson Company, a leading provider of consumer data and market research, released the findings of its TraQline Photo Behavior report, a monthly survey of tens of thousands of consumers that measures their usage of photo products and services such as digital/film photography, printing, sharing, and other behaviors.

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