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 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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August 1, 2003




Insert Media: An Alternative for Prospecting

Time and again during the past two decades, American Stationery Co. has inserted the same style of embossed stationery sample in other catalogers’ outgoing packages. And for good reason: It’s a proven winner, generating 20%-30% of the Peru, IN-based company’s …

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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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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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