August 23, 2001




The Right Start Faces Nasdaq Delisting

Calabasas, CA—Children’s apparel and cataloger/retailer The Right Start (Nasdaq: RTST) faces delisting from the Nasdaq National Market for failing to comply with the minimum requirements for market value of public float and net tangible assets. The company …

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August 23, 2001




Victoria’s Secret Closing Call Center; No Layoffs Planned

Columbus, OH—Multichannel women’s apparel marketer Victoria’s Secret is closing its call center here. According to spokesperson Angelika McCelland, the company’s call centers in Kettering, OH, and Rio Rancho, NM, which already handle about 90% of the incoming calls, …

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August 22, 2001




Financial Reports: Brookstone, Jos. A. Bank, Saks

Stamford, CT—Nashua, NH-based multichannel gifts and gadgets marketer Brookstone (Nasdaq: BKST) which mails The Brookstone Gift Collection, Hard-to-Find Tools, and Gardeners Eden catalogs, took a net loss of $2.8 million for the quarter ended Aug. 4, compared to a net loss …

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August 22, 2001




PC Connection/Cyberian Outpost Merger on Shaky Ground?

Merrimack, NH—The merger agreement between computer resellers PC Connection (NASDAQ:PCCC) and Kent, CT-based Cyberian Outpost (NASDAQ:COOL) appears to be on shaky ground. PC Connection announced today that if Cyberian Outpost is unable to fulfill the net worth …

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August 22, 2001




Pleasant Co., Hallmark Cards Announce Licensing Agreement

Middleton, WI—Pleasant Company, publisher of the American Girl catalogs, has granted Hallmark Cards exclusive rights to produce products based on the company’s American Girl brand, a line of historical books, dolls, and accessories. Hallmark will be developing products …

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August 22, 2001




F&G Sale Delayed Until Sept. 7

Chicago—The auction for the assets of now defunct horticultural mailer Foster & Gallagher, which was set for August 21, was postponed, Catalog Age has learned. The auction is now scheduled for Sept. 7. Chicago-based AEG Partners LLC is charged with trying to …

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August 21, 2001




Financial Reports: Staples, Talbots, Venator

Companywide sales at office supplies cataloger/retailer Staples (Nasdaq: SPLS) increased 5%, to $2.3 billion for the quarter ended Aug. 4. Net income fell 5%, though, to $40.4 million. Framingham, MA-based Staples’ delivery businesses–Quill catalog business, Staples Direct, Staples Contract, and their e-commerce counterparts—enjoyed …

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August 20, 2001




Miles Kimball ‘Suspends’ Exposures Home

Oshkosh, WI—Being in the crafts, novelties, stationery, photo album, and picture frame businesses is one thing. Being in the furniture business is a whole other matter, as multititle mailer Miles Kimball has found. Calling its Exposures Home business “a …

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August 17, 2001




Financial Updates: Dell, Sharper Image, 1-800 Flowers, Nordstrom, Riddell

Computer giant Dell Corp. reported a net loss of $101 million for the quarter ended Aug. 3. During the same quarter of last year, net income was $603 million. Revenue declined 8%, to $7.61 billion from $7.67 billion last year. Gross margin was 18%, down from 21% a …

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August 16, 2001




Financial Reports: Tiffany, Urban Outfitters, Hydron

Stamford, CT–The news was bad, good, and mixed for a trio of marketers reporting second-quarter financials. A challenging retail environment got the better of upscale jewelry and gifts marketer Tiffany & Co. (NYSE-TIF). For the three months ended July 31, the New …

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