September 26, 2002




Live From NEMOA: Make Web technology work for you

Want to create more intense 1-to-1 relationships with your customers? Start taking advantage of the broadband and rich media technology now available. That’s the advice of Joe Cha, vice president of strategy services for Sunnyvale, CA-based Internet services giant …

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September 26, 2002




Live from NEMOA: Attendees reveal holiday projections

Not surprisingly, catalogs’ predictions for holiday are dicey at best. Selected members of the New England Mail Order Association (NEMOA) were surveyed in advance of the fall conference about how they are planning for holiday 2002 and beyond. Consultant Curt Barry, …

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September 25, 2002




Lillian Vernon 2Q loss widens 79%

Following a 10% cut in circulation for the first half of the fiscal year, second-quarter sales for Rye, NY-based Lillian Vernon Corp. (Amex: LVC) fell 2%, from $36.8 million last year to $36.1 million this year. But the cataloger’s second-quarter net loss swelled …

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September 25, 2002




Live from the National Postal Forum: Confirm improves Penney delivery times

Boston–Using the U.S. Postal Service’s Confirm mail tracking system, J.C. Penney has seen mail delivery improve to the point where nearly 90% of its catalogs arrived on time. Martin Bernstein, media transportation/smallpackages and postal relations manager for the …

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September 24, 2002




Radio Shack ceases annual catalog

Don’t bother looking for your 2003 Radio Shack catalog in the mailbox this fall. The $4.8 billion consumer electronics retailer has stopped producing the annual catalog, which it had been mailing since the 1940s.
The Fort Worth, TX-based company will now …

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September 24, 2002




Live from the National Postal Forum: consumers still want catalogs

Boston—If you’re worried about an imminent demise of the printed catalog, don’t be. In a session at the National Postal Forum here on Sept. 24, U.S. Postal Service vice president of product development Nick Barranca relayed results …

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September 20, 2002




Successories cuts its 2Q losses as it preps for sale

Motivational products manufacturer/marketer Successories (OTCBB: SCES) reported a net loss of $2.3 million for the quarter ended Aug. 3. That’s an improvement from the $2.8 million the company lost for the second quarter of fiscal 2001.
Net product sales decreased 11%, to $7.2 million from $8.1 …

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September 19, 2002




Rubin Response Cofounder Bill Rubin Dies Suddenly

Bill Rubin, who founded list brokerage/management firm Rubin Response in 1974, died of a massive heart attack on Sept. 18. He was 65.
After years of working on the client side of the direct marketing business, Rubin and his wife Arlene founded …

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September 19, 2002




We’ve extended the deadline for the 2003 Annual Catalog Awards and I.Merchant Awards.

Because so many of you asked for deadline extensions, we’re accepting entries for the 2003 Annual Catalog Awards and I.Merchant Awards through Jan. 27. That’s right–the new deadline is next Monday, Jan. 27.
. For an entry form for the 2003 Annual Catalog Awards, …

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September 18, 2002




Quebecor World North America CEO Resigns

Quebecor World North America CEO Resigns Quebecor World North America president/CEO Marc Reisch announced on Sept. 17 that he was resigning from the Montreal-based printer “to pursue other opportunities.” Quebecor World’s North American Product Groups will continue to be headed …

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