Can retailers fight showrooming with shopping fees?

03/26/2013 | CNBC · Women's Wear Daily (subscription required)

Vera Wang dropped its policy of charging brides-to-be $482 for 90 minutes of trying on gowns at its new Shanghai showroom after a media story drew criticism. A specialty food store in Brisbane, Australia, is sticking by its policy of charging visitors $5 to browse, saying it's an attempt to cope with the rising tide of showrooming.

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