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MarketingDec 08, 2006 4:04 AM By MCM staff
Upscale cataloger/retailer Neiman Marcus saw third-quarter income slide. But menswear merchant Jos. A. Bank Clothiers enjoyed solid third-quarter growth, as did sportswear manufacturer/marketer Cutter & Buck
MarketingDec 07, 2006 3:42 AM By Jim Tierney
The Schweitzer Linen catalog has sold luxury linens, upscale bedding accessories, and women
MarketingDec 07, 2006 3:13 AM By MCM staff
Despite growth in its catalog and Internet division, manufacturer/marketer Blyth posted a third-quarter loss. But teen apparel and sports gear cataloger/retailer Delia’s narrowed its loss for the quarter
MarketingDec 06, 2006 8:24 PM By Ken Magill
(Magilla Marketing) As the volume of holiday print catalogs threatens to break the backs of America
MarketingDec 06, 2006 8:16 PM By Ken Magill
(Magilla Marketing) Ten years after embracing permission-based list building
MarketingDec 06, 2006 4:10 AM By Mark Del Franco
Cataloger/retailer Christian Book Distributors (CBD) has purchased Best to You, a catalog and online merchant of Christian-themed gifts.
MarketingDec 06, 2006 2:07 AM By Tim Parry
Tahitian Noni has been a direct seller of juices and other health and wellness products for 10 years, relying on home parties as its principal sales channel. But the company has now expanded into another direct channel: print catalogs.
MarketingDec 05, 2006 10:49 PM By Beth Negus Viveiros
(Chief Marketer) Before we even spoke with Cathy Fultineer, executive vice president, sales and marketing for Harry & David, we knew the answer to our first question.
MarketingDec 04, 2006 10:56 PM By Jim Coogan
What can a high-profit buyer remail do to boost your bottom line? Compare a circulation plan before and after adding a buyer remail. When you take the financials all the way down to the bottom line, you can see the dramatic change in profitability you can achieve.
MarketingDec 04, 2006 10:48 PM By Suaad Sait
Business-to-business marketing has become infinitely more complicated and less predictable in recent years. The intense cost-cutting measures and greater scrutiny that followed the 9/11 market setbacks mean companies of all sizes no longer purchase like they once did.