October 29, 2001




At the DMA Annual: B-to-Bers Face More Than ‘Anthrax Anxiety’

Chicago–Anthrax in the mailstream is frightening enough, but how’s this for scary: According to an ongoing study by Scottsdale, AZ-based Database Marketing Associates, 72% of businesspeople have had at least one change made to their business address information in the past …

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July 19, 2002




Live from the 2002 Annual Catalog Conference: Amazon and J&R Join Forces

During his keynote presentation delivered the morning of June 11 at the 2002 Annual Catalog Conference (ACC) held at Chicago’s McCormick Place June 10–13, Seattle-based Amazon.com’s CEO Jeff Bezos announced an exclusive online partnership with New York-based J&R Electronics. …

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October 24, 2001




USPS Seeks Bailout from Congress

Stamford, CT—Two rate increases earlier this year and a third to follow next year apparently aren’t enough for the U.S. Postal Service to offset the cost of combating terrorist threats and the declining revenue. On Oct. 23, President …

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October 15, 2001




On the Scene at the National Postal Forum: Postal Pros Debate Reform Needs

Denver—George Gould, legislative/political director for the National Association of Letter Carriers—the U.S. Postal Service’s second-largest union–urged mailers to learn from the past and work together to encourage postal reform.
“I was involved with drafting the 1970 …

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July 1, 2002




The Dish on Databases

When the topic is database marketing, plenty of other subjects enter into the discussion. At least that was the case in April, when Catalog Age sat down with five executives in Philadelphia for a roundtable discussion on customer databases. While …

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In Channel Integration

October 3, 2001




Wyden in 11th-Hour Push to Broaden Internet Access Tax Ban

Washington—Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) introduced a bill on Oct. 2 that calls not only for a two-year extension of the Internet Tax Freedom Act but also for other e-commerce-related tax collection bans. The Internet Tax Freedom Act, which implemented a …

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October 1, 2001




The 3-D Customer

Everything is going digital. Just think of all the little computer chips that surround us — in our phones, TVs, CD players, watches, appliances, cash registers, even thermometers and blood pressure cuffs! Computerized “whatever” is standard in the United States today. …

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In Channel Integration, Contact Center

October 1, 2001




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NEW LISTS
MAIL ORDER GIFT BUYERS
The more than 3.4 million households in the Mail Order Gift Buyers file include consumers who have purchased gifts through catalogs or other mailed offerings.Cost: $70/MSelects: state, SCF, zip, age, income, gender, credit card, …

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October 1, 2001




Rep. McHugh Proposes Another Postal Reform Bill

Washington—Rep. John McHugh (R-NY) on Sept. 28 proposed a new postal reform bill, called the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act, designed to make the U.S. Postal Service more fiscally responsible and competitive. The draft legislation, which McHugh could formally …

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September 28, 2001




California Extends Its Internet Tax Moratorium

Sacramento, CA–California Gov. Gray Davis earlier this week signed a bill into law extending his state’s moratorium on new Internet taxes by more than two years.
Meanwhile, a key congressional committee is about to consider legislation extending the federal ban …

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