October 29, 2003




Financial Reports: The Sportsman’s Guide, PC Mall, RedEnvelope, Gaiam

Earnings Double at The Sportsman’s Guide
South St. Paul, MN-based outdoor gear cataloger The Sportsman’s Guide (Nasdaq: SGDE) continues to ride the wave of prosperity. Net earnings skyrocketed 164%, to $710,000 for the quarter, compared to $269,000 last year. While not as impressive …

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July 1, 2002




paper jam

By now, we were all supposed to be beaming payments back and forth between our cell phones and smart cards. Purchases would be check-less and cash-less and sci-fi smooth, our old coins and dollar bills just study aids for school …

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July 1, 2002




Out of School

Do you harbor a burning desire to upgrade your logistics and supply chain management knowledge base? Few of us have the spare time to go back to school, but learning while working has never been easier or more affordable than …

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July 1, 2002




Artful Dodgers II

Ethics are on everyone’s mind these days, so it wasn’t a surprise when my May editorial (“Artful Dodgers,” p. 6) received more feedback than this column usually gets. I had already decided that the subject needed a reprise when, lo and …

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July 1, 2002




Lists and Prospecting: Burgers’ Smokehouse Cleans Up File

Burgers’ Smokehouse is cleaning up its act. The California, MO-based cataloger of beef and pork products recently leased IntelliDress, a new customer data integration software designed to flag duplicate addresses, add zip+4 data to records, and suppress vacated addresses. And …

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June 21, 2002




House committee shoots down postal reform bill

(Direct Newsline) The House Government Affairs Committee decisively defeated the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act, effectively scuttling the prospect of legislative reform of the U.S. Postal Service for at least the next two years.
The bill (HR 4970), developed by …

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October 1, 2003




Second-Quarter Results Hint at Growth

The second quarter was a classic “good news, bad news” scenario for the publicly traded business-to-business and computer catalogers tracked by Catalog Age.
Ten of the 14 mailers, or 71%, had increased their year-over-year sales for the quarter. In comparison, just 20% of …

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October 1, 2003




Not My SKU

Something about returns suggests error — someone, somehow, has miscalculated. That aura has helped establish a market for companies such as Liquidation.com, which functions as a sort of B2B marketplace for overstocks and returns. Liquidation.com provides its clients …

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October 1, 2003




Moore Medical Goes Directly to Jails

New Britain, CT-based Moore Medical Corp. is headed for the big house — or at least its catalogs are. The $137.8 million medical and dental products cataloger is stepping up its penetration into the corrections marketplace.
Moore Medical, which has been targeting …

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October 1, 2003




New Catalogs

HighRoads
The DeSantis Collection, a cataloger of menswear suitable for the corner office, is now outfitting its audience for the weekends. Its HighRoads spin-off, launched in February, sells men’s casual apparel.
The debut edition mailed to 315,000 names from the DeSantis …

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