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Cross ChannelNov 01, 2006 10:30 PM By Jim Tierney
In the vast ninth-floor conference room at the White Plains, NY, headquarters of Lillian Vernon Corp., president/CEO Michael Muoio is on the edge of his
Cross ChannelNov 01, 2006 10:30 PM By MCM staff
With its assortment of upscale, unique bathtubs and sinks, plus a wide array of hardware from doorknobs to hinges to switch plates, Signature Hardware
Cross ChannelNov 01, 2006 10:30 PM By Mark Del Franco
There’s no question that childhood obesity is a growing problem in the U.S.: According to a 2003 study for the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), every
Cross ChannelNov 01, 2006 10:30 PM By Tim Parry
Looking to grow your active-buyer file? Consider focusing less on prospecting and more on reactivating dormant customers. Targeting inactive customers
Cross ChannelNov 01, 2006 7:30 PM By MCM staff
Going into the holiday 2006 season, it’s not the most optimistic of times. Consumers are weary of the Iraq war, leery of another rise in energy costs,
Cross ChannelNov 01, 2006 2:41 AM By MCM staff
Forrester Research says that holiday shoppers are pessimistic this year. But BDO Seidman says that chief marketing officers at leading retailers are quite optimistic
Cross ChannelNov 01, 2006 2:07 AM By MCM staff
The third quarter was a strong one for IAC, parent of Ask.com, HSN, and the Cornerstone Brands catalogs.
Cross ChannelOct 30, 2006 11:48 PM By MCM staff
To recap: We have covered three of the five steps to optimize your data: data aggregation (getting your data together), data augmentation (filling in the gaps in your data), and data processing (making your data useful).
The next step in the process is data analysis, or making your data meaningful
Cross ChannelOct 30, 2006 11:37 PM By Tim Parry
Merrimack, NH-based gifts and gadgets merchandiser Brookstone says it will save “seven figures” a year by turning to the co-ops in lieu of traditional list brokers and managers.
Cross ChannelOct 30, 2006 11:31 PM By Gary Palgon
Many are predicting the 2006 holiday season will be the busiest yet. Whether they set foot in the store, or click the mouse a few times, customers will be buying in droves