June 1, 1998




Postal Prognosis: Positive

By 2001, the U.S. Postal Service’s most important customer group will likely be catalogers and other advertising mailers. While the once-dominant first class mail sector is expected to shrink from 54% of all mail in 1998 to 50% in 2001-primarily as a result …

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In Lists & Data - Buisness, Lists & Data - Business-14-05-2013

October 1, 1998




PMG Henderson’s promises

When he was named postmaster general in May, William Henderson vowed that catalog delivery would drastically improve this fall/holiday season.
Now, nearly a year since many catalogers suffered through the worst postal delivery service in recent memory, Henderson, in …

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In Lists & Data - Buisness, Lists & Data - Business-14-05-2013

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April 14, 2014




Global Ecommerce Trending Big Pre-Operations Summit

There’s lots of talk about global ecommerce operations leading up to the Operations Summit, taking place in Indianapolis on April 22-24.

We are all keenly aware that global ecommerce is growing faster than domestic ecommerce, but trying to figure …

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In Ecommerce, Global

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April 24, 2014




Sears Introduces “Get Advice” Digital Tool

Sears® Introduces Get Advice: Digital Tool from Shop Your Way(SM) that Connects Members with Store Associates Across the Country at the Click of a Button (via PR Newswire)
Personalized assistance and access to information make shopping easier Sears(R) …

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In Ecommerce, Mobile

April 26, 2014




No Herschel Walker Comeback for Emmitt Smith

[caption id="attachment_46953" align="alignright" width="180"] Pro football Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith (r) meets with Multichannel Merchant managing editor Tim Parry at Operations Summit 2014.[/caption]

At 52, former NFL running back Herschel Walker may say he could still play in …

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April 28, 2014




Emmitt Smith on Football, Fans and Fulfilling Dreams

[caption id="attachment_46953" align="alignright" width="180"] Pro football Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith (r) meets with Multichannel Merchant managing editor Tim Parry at Operations Summit 2014.[/caption]

He owns the NFL’s career rushing record, he has three Super Bowl rings (and …

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May 14, 2014




Vera Bradley Announces New Vice President of Ecommerce

FORT WAYNE, Ind., May 12, 2014 — Vera Bradley, Inc. (Nasdaq: VRA) (“Vera Bradley” or the “Company”) today announced that Thomas R. Giacalone has been named Vice President, E-Commerce.

Robert Wallstrom, Chief Executive Officer of the Company, noted, “Growing our e-commerce business …

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In Ecommerce, News

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May 21, 2014




Living Social: What is Your Social Graph and How is it Used?

In this age of social, you might have heard the term social graph bandied about. But, what is it and how is it used? Simply put, a social graph is your online social footprint. More specifically, it is the historical …

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In Marketing, Must Reads

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June 3, 2014




Warehouse Management Systems, Warehouse Control Systems: Partners in Distribution Efficiency

Experts in operations and fulfillment agree there is a place for both cloud-based warehouse management systems (WMS) and locally installed warehouse control systems (WCS). This is because the high volume of distribution center traffic, driven by the explosive growth in …

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In Analytics, Ecommerce

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June 10, 2014




Five Below Names Former Walmart.com Chief as President

Teen and tween discounter Five Below announced today it has named Joel Anderson as president. Anderson was previously president and CEO of Walmart.com, according to a press release from Five Below.
“With Joel, we have a proven multichannel retail …

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