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With talk of the Internet and the year 2000 computer problem already abounding, some analysts predict that consumers will become overloaded with techno-babble.
Nearly two years after announcing its intentions to exit the catalog industry, Deluxe Corp., a financial services and check printing company, has agreed
If you don’t understand what consumers want now, wait until 2001, when three seemingly contradictory themes will drive consumer spending: spirituality,
In putting together our Cataloging 2001 theme issue, we hit up many catalogers, consultants, suppliers, and other industry experts for their professional
Too many Internet surveys lack information catalogers need to make Web-related business decisions. “There really is no place we can go to talk about our
The stock market is soaring, consumer demand is steady, unemployment has withered, and inflation is nearly undetectable. The catalog industry has thrived
Although debit cards debuted about 10 years ago, consumers are just now embracing them. Credit card provider Mastercard estimates that from 1996 to 1997,
Portland, OR-based children’s apparel mailer Hanna Andersson has gone beyond offering grown-ups a limited selection of what some company executives refer
RATE COMMISSION REDUCES POSTAGE HIKE On May 11, the Postal Rate Commission (PRC), the independent government agency that has deliberated over the U.S.
DM Management, the $135 million parent company of the J. Jill and Nicole Summers women’s apparel catalogs, plans to hop on the home goods bandwagon. The