Shipping/Delivery ARCHIVE

Carbon Copy  Apr 01, 2002 10:30 PM By Roger Sklar

The need to grow a company in the international marketplace is a challenge that U.S. firms increasingly realize they must face. Since, after all, they

Out of Style  Apr 01, 2002 10:30 PM By MCM staff

If you were stranded on a desert island for years, would you be clad in the trendiest togs when the rescue ship finally found you? Of course not. Similarly,

opinion & response  Apr 01, 2002 10:30 PM By MCM staff

A Tribute to Mr. Stanley The catalog industry lost a merchandising visionary with the death of Stanley Marcus. The former head of upscale cataloger/retailer

Variety Pack  Apr 01, 2002 10:30 PM By MCM staff

It can’t be a coincidence that in just one week, I’ve seen three major articles on diversity, in publications as different as a technology research report,

Alloy posts 4Q profit  Mar 19, 2002 10:30 PM By MCM staff

Teen apparel marketer Alloy (Nasdaq:ALOY) reported a profit for the fourth quarter while also narrowing its net loss for the year. Net income for the

opinion & response  Mar 15, 2002 10:30 PM By MCM staff

Somewhat Morphed at Us I’m sure you can imagine my surprise when I saw the article America’s Shopping Mall Morphs into Catalog Group in the January issue,

Orvis: Old Dog with New Tricks  Mar 15, 2002 10:30 PM By MCM staff

Having been around since 1856, Orvis could qualify as an antique. But to prove that it’s anything but dusty and dated, the cataloger/retailer has spruced

Operations and Management: To Lease or to Buy?  Mar 01, 2002 10:30 PM By Mark Del Franco

Like consumers shopping for a car, catalogers often debate whether to lease or buy a new piece of equipment for their distribution centers. Sure, you

Storehouse: Stockpiling Stuff  Mar 01, 2002 10:30 PM By Rama Ramaswami

Retailers are working more closely with suppliers and customers to keep the right items in stock at the right time, reports a recent inventory management

Working Gear: Catalog/Order Management Software Review 2002  Mar 01, 2002 10:30 PM By Curt Barry

Just as direct-to-customer software has become a mature product, the recession is causing slower sales, fewer installations, and layoffs and reorganizations






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