December 1, 2002




Natural SELECTION

The science of site selection is all about making sure you’re in the right place at the right time. Selecting a distribution center site is one of the most important and far-reaching strategic decisions that the management of a growing …

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November 29, 2002




Report: Miles Kimball on the block

Gifts and housewares cataloger Miles Kimball is reportedly being auctioned off by Chicago-based investment bank Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin, according to a report in TheDeal.com. Miles Kimball chairman/president/CEO Mike Muoio could not comment on the report. But …

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November 26, 2002




Financial reports: J. Crew, Alloy

J. Crew posts 3Q loss
Apparel cataloger/retailer J. Crew Group lost $655,000 for the three months ended Nov. 2. For the comparable period of last year, the New York-based company had netted $256,000. Net revenue for the third quarter fell 3%, to $189.9 million …

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November 26, 2002




Collegiate Pacific pursues Bike Athletics acquisition

Manufacturer/marketer Collegiate Pacific, which sells sports equipment to schools and other institutional buyers, is considering acquiring the $45 million Bike Athletic Co. The 128-year-old bike supplies marketer is operating under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
“Bike Athletics meets our primary acquisition criteria, …

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November 25, 2002




West Coast dockworkers, shippers reach tentative agreement

Good news for marketers: The West Coast dock workers and The Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) reached a tentative six-year contract agreement on Nov. 24. The agreement, if ratified, will end the labor dispute that closed the West Coast ports for 10 days …

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November 22, 2002




Hanover Direct receives listing warning from Amex

(Direct Newsline) Multititle mailer Hanover Direct has been notified by the American Stock Exchange that it is in violation of a listing ruling by failing to show a net profit or a profit from continuing operations for at least one …

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November 22, 2002




Live from GCIC: Get ready for paper price hikes

Naples, FL—Within a year, the record low paper prices that catalogers have recently enjoyed will but a memory. In a session at the Graphic Catalog and Insert Conference (GCIC), John Maine of paper and economic forecasting firm RISI said …

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November 22, 2002




Daisytek launches catalog program for resellers

(Direct Newsline) Daisytek has sent out 25,000 copies of its newly launched “big book” – a 700-page Business Products catalog its retailers can customize for redistribution to their customers. This edition marks the first time Daisytek has generated such a catalog.
The …

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November 21, 2002




Nordstrom catalog founder dies

John Whitacre, the only non-Nordstrom family member to hold a top executive position at the apparel retailer and the executive who started Nordstrom’s catalog and Internet business, died of a heart attack on Nov. 18. He was 50. Whitacre, who was …

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November 21, 2002




Live from GCIC: Color commentary

Naples, FL–Despite the clouds and threat of thunderstorms, Nov. 21 has been a “colorful” day at the Graphic Catalog and Insert Conference (GCIC) here. In a four-hour session entitled “Color Sells,” panelists discussed the impact of ink, prepress, and paper on …

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