June 1, 2001




Listings

NEW LISTS
HISPANIC CREDIT CARD HOLDERS
The Hispanic Credit Card Holders file contains 500,000 names of Hispanics who have qualified for credit cards and use them to purchase such things as publications, merchandise, and gasoline. These buyers like the monthly payment …

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June 1, 2001




FOOL’S GOLD

Dot-com fever unearthed some pockets of pure gold ore, but many prospectors were left with only a few shiny rocks. The Forty-niners just may have a few things to teach the Ninety-niners
The year is 1848. James W. Marshall discovers gold-colored …

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June 1, 2001




Spring Legislative Roundup: Privacy, Spam, and Taxes

This spring, Capitol Hill has continued to push for stronger privacy legislation and more restrictions on unsolicited e-mail. And lawmakers haven’t forgotten that the Internet tax moratorium will expire in October, unless legislation is passed to extend it.
Privacy
Sen. …

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June 1, 2001




PRIME TIME

Facing the clock is a constant in every employee’s life, but it doesn’t have to be the same clock face for everyone. Developing an optimum schedule ensures that a facility can operate at peak efficiency
It’s the best of time …

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May 30, 2001




Movers and Shakers

As part of a restructuring at Chicago-based Sara Lee Corp., vice president Richard A. Noll, group CEO of Sara Lee Sock Co. and Direct, has been named to the newly created position of group CEO of Sara Lee Legwear and …

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May 16, 2001




Congressional Postal Hearing Puts USPS on Trial

Washington—On May 16, with the U.S. Postal Service staring at losses of more than $5 billion during the next two years, the House Committee on Government Reform held its second formal hearing on the USPS’s financial crisis. Catalogers were …

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May 1, 2001




Legislative Update: Limits on Databases, Use-Tax Proposed

Legislators are making it harder for bankrupt companies to sell their databases. On March 15, the U.S. Senate voted 83 to 15 to approve a bill that would prohibit companies from selling customers’ personal data after filing for bankruptcy if they had …

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May 1, 2001




USPS Plunges Deeper Into Debt

These are scary times for the U.S. Postal Service — which makes them scary times for catalogers as well. Not only is a new rate case looming, but there’s the possibility of another postage increase as early as this summer.

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May 1, 2001




working gear

Pick It Up
Imagine having picking accuracy guaranteed 100%. Westbrook, ME-based FastPic Systems claims that its new FastPic4 advanced inventory management and control software delivers perfect picking accuracy, allowing users to see actual pictures of inventory during the picking process to …

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May 1, 2001




Anatomy of a Start-up

Bel Tesoro hopes to mailed its debut catalog by October
This month, Catalog Age introduces an occasional series tracking the progress of Bel Tesoro, a catalog start-up scheduled to launch this fall. We’ll not only follow the plans and actions …

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