January 25, 2006
Alison May, the embattled president/chief executive at $96.5 million print and Web cataloger RedEnvelope, announced her resignation on Jan. 24. She will remain in her position until a successor is named.
San Francisco-based RedEnvelope did not return a phone call requesting …
November 1, 2004
August 15, 2004
January 1, 2004
Supply chain efficiency may be hard to measure, but claims for the benefits of upgrading or completely revamping supply chain management IT systems abound. The current period may not be a bad time to do just that. Says Charles Troyer, …More...
June 6, 2003
conducted in late March 2003 by the B2B Research Center—a provider of market-driven research and analysis to the business-to-business community—clearly shows that the growing use of reverse online auctions for the purchase of material handling systems, …
December 11, 2002
Washington–The Bush Administration on Dec. 11 announced plans to form a commission to find ways to overhaul the U.S. Postal Service. While the commission’s primary intent is to find ways to reform the USPS to enabling it to continue …More...
March 22, 2002
, acquired by Madison Dearborn Partners Inc. for roughly $630 in 1998, will be purchased by Reader’s Digest Association, Inc. for $760 million in cash, the companies announced today. The deal, reportedly one of the largest seen in publishing, is also a …
September 1, 2001
How can one attack copy in a travel catalog whose typical descriptions begin like this: “THE GLORIES OF RAJASTHAN — princely fortresses rising out of barren plains, warrior clans who fought chivalrous battles with jewel-encrusted swords, airy palaces of marble and …More...
June 1, 2001
May 1, 2001
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 …More...