May 1, 2004




listings

NEW LISTS
OFFICEMAX DIRECT BUYERS
More than 1.1 million business owners, purchasing agents, office managers, and consumers have purchased from the OfficeMax catalog or Website during the past 12 months. A cataloger/retailer of office supplies, OfficeMax sells office furniture, computers and …

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In News

May 1, 2004




The Art of Reading Data Cards

Since the early days in the industry, data cards have helped catalogers and list brokers determine a list’s counts, demographics, and pricing. The information contained within a data card — not unlike a rate card in the magazine business — is often …

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In Email

May 1, 2004




the Case for an INTEGR TED DATAB SE

If you’re like most catalogers, you do a great job of obtaining information about your customers — often down to the smallest detail of each order. But when it comes to using that information to hone your marketing plans, you may …

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In Channel Integration, Email

May 1, 2004




Wasserstein Bullish on Bear Creek

For months the rumor mill was busy with tales of an impending sale of Bear Creek Corp., parent company of food gifts cataloger/retailer Harry and David and horticulture mailer Jackson & Perkins. Through it all, Bear Creek’s parent, Yamanouchi Pharmaceutical …

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In News

May 1, 2004




What’s New in RFID

From retail mandates to agile readers, this year’s hottest tech topic is RFID technology and implementation. O+F asked seven experts in the field — three consultants and industry experts, and four manufacturers and integrators — for their take on the subject.

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April 1, 2003




Succeeding by Exceeding

Remember the good old days — you know, six or eight years ago — when your competitors were the other catalogs that landed in mailboxes along with your book? Today you face competition not only from other catalogers, but also from manufacturers, …

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In Uncategorized

March 11, 2003




Spiegel Appears Near Chapter 11

For The Spiegel Group, the news continues to go from bad to worse. On March 11, the cataloger/retailer announced that it is being forced to pay back investors of its First Consumers National Bank (FCNB) subsidiary $2.2 billion in secured bonds …

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In Uncategorized

March 10, 2003




SEC Begins Spiegel Investigation

(Catalog Age) The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) formally began its investigation into cataloger/retailer Spiegel Group’s compliance with the federal securities laws. On March 7, the SEC started a civil proceeding in Chicago federal court alleging that Spiegel’s …

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In Uncategorized

March 1, 2003




Cajun Country

WHILE ANDOUILLE SAUSAGE, boudin balls, and authentic Zydeco music may be abundantly available in New Orleans, if you Jones for such stuff in Winnipeg you’re probably out of luck. This was the premise that sparked CajunGrocer.com, a Net-based storefront …

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March 1, 2003




You Can’t Keep a Good Man Down

IN THIS DEPRESSING JOB MARKET, I’ve met with numerous managers who are looking for advice, referrals, or sometimes just a pleasant conversation with someone who knows how competent they are. Some of these folks are becoming increasingly desperate to find …

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In Inventory, Opsandfulfillment_warehouse-20-03-2013

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