April 26, 2012

Senate Postal Bill Passes, Brings Mixed Reaction

The U.S. Senate passed S. 1789 by a 62-37 vote yesterday, but the USPS said the bill, which is supposed to enable the U.S. Postal Service to return to financial viability, does nothing to help the agency.

Among other …


In Catalog, Shipping/Delivery


February 26, 2014

eBay and U.S. Department of Commerce Announce Promotional Partnership

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker and eBay Inc. CEO John Donahoe announced a partnership to promote U.S. trade and investment expansion. The joint effort will focus on increasing awareness of the …


In Global, News

Shipping/Delivery, shipping, shipping and delivery, cargo, freight, ocean freight, ocean shipping, port strike, west coast port strike

July 30, 2015

Ecommerce Innovation Happening Around the World

For anyone who might think of the U.S. as the world leader in ecommerce innovation, Forrester analyst Zia Daniell Wigder said inventiveness in that sector is distributed fairly broadly around the globe.

There is lots of innovation happening around …


In Ecommerce, Fulfillment


January 23, 2014

Ebay See’s 13% Boost in Sales, Knocks Down PayPal Spinoff

The global marketplace eBay has released its fourth quarter results and not only did it report a 13% increase sales, but it also declined a proposal to spin-off its payment program, PayPal.
Mobile was a major factor in the increase in …


In Cross Channel, Ecommerce


July 24, 2015

Week in Review: Jet Cleared for Takeoff, Crowds Ecommerce Skies

After a few months of beta testing, Jet has been cleared for takeoff. And the ecommerce skies have got a little more crowded.

A members-only marketplace, Jet is going after Amazon by allowing sellers to undercut the ecommerce giant on …


In Ecommerce, Executive


July 22, 2015

Limited Too Brand Making a Comeback

NEW YORK, July 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Bluestar Alliance LLC, a brand management company, announced today it has acquired the LIMITED TOO brand trademarks.
“Limited Too is a girl’s market leader with a solid foundation of brand loyalty,” said Ralph Gindi, COO …


In Ecommerce, Marketing

October 26, 2010

PMG Potter To Retire in December

It’s the end of an era: The U.S. Postal Service announced Oct. 25 that Postmaster General Jack Potter will retire on Dec. 3. Potter was named the 72nd U.S. Postmaster General on June 1, 2001 – making him the longest serving postmaster …


In Catalog, Customer Relationship Management


July 15, 2015

Amazon is Having a Bad Prime Day

You know it’s going to be a bad day when you wake up on Prime Day… and you’re Amazon.

Okay, maybe that’s not a funny one-liner. But a lot of angry Amazon customers have taken to Twitter and voiced their …


In Blog, News


July 10, 2015

Week in Review: Prime Day is Coming, Prime Day is Coming!

The biggest news this week was probably Amazon’s announcement that they would launch Prime Day, its own selling holiday. July 15 (which is Prime Day, and the eve of its 20th anniversary) will be Amazon’s version of Alibaba’s Singles Day celebration, …


In Ecommerce, Executive

December 7, 2011

Postal Pain Continues With First-Class Mail Changes

Don Landis, vice president of postal affairs for catalog printer Arandell Corp., has seen it all in the mailing industry. That is until the U.S. Postal Service filed for change of standards that will dramatically alter the First-Class Mail …


In Catalog, Postal Strategy

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