June 1, 2002




B-to-B: The Markets to Watch

Market #1: Personal and business security equipment
Clearly the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks have spurred increased governmental spending on security. In fact, President Bush plans to spend about $37 billion on the “war on terrorism,” which will include tightening national security.
As for …

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May 20, 2003




Library Supplier Demco Buys Rival Gaylord

Longtime rivals in the library-supplies market, Demco and Gaylord Direct are now part of the same company. On May 19, Madison, WI-based Demco bought Gaylord for an undisclosed amount. Because the two companies have longstanding brand-name recognition, Demco plans to continue …

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May 28, 2002




Waiting period cleared for Sears/Lands’ End deal

Sears, Roebuck & Co.
has received an early termination waiting notice under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act for its acquisition of Lands’ End. The notice indicates that Sears has satisfied certain conditions necessary to consummate its tender offer for Lands’ End. Sears agreed …

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May 15, 2002




Key senator opposes USPS transformation plan

(Direct Newsline) Ted Stevens, the Senate’s second-ranking Republican and a long-time supporter of the U.S. Postal Service, said he is opposed to any legislative attempts to increase the financially ailing agency’s authority to set its own prices.
The Alaska …

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May 1, 2002




NEW DOG OLD TRiCK

You can applaud the skill of a prestidigitator even if you suspect that his act is all done with mirrors. But in a tough economy, when time and money are still the only game in town, the new efficiencies that …

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May 1, 2002




Operations Roundtable: The Back End Takes a Front Seat

In February, Catalog Age met in Richmond, VA, with nine catalog operations executives. Some worked at large, multititle mailers, others at small companies barely out of the start-up stage. But they all had plenty to say about staffing, cutting costs, …

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In Channel Integration, Shipping/Delivery

May 1, 2002




Wine With Everything

When you’re stuck with a lemon, you make lemonade, but what do you do with sour grapes? Make wine, of course. When a merger between two Web-based wine sellers collapsed, it fermented the birth of a third-party logistics provider that …

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May 1, 2002




safety net

Don’t look down. Shipping freight these days can seem more like walking a tightrope than driving a highway or following an air route. In the second half of 2002 shippers will continue to face many challenges: increased security concerns, an expected …

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April 30, 2002




Live from Government Affairs Conference: new privacy threats

(Direct Newsline) Washington–The privacy “bill of the hour” is a major issue for direct marketers, said H. Robert Wientzen, CEO of the Direct Marketing Association, speaking April 30 at the DMA’s 2002 Government Affairs Conference here.
The bill, a sweeping online privacy …

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April 29, 2002




Live from NCOF: Recruiting Seasonal Employees: The Lands’ End Way

Recruiting and retaining seasonal employees is a common challenge for marketers, especially for Dodgeville, WI-based Lands’ End. The general merchandise cataloger depends on the influx of more than 2,000 seasonal employees to help it through the fourth quarter when it does 40% …

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