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The fourth quarter is rarely a hotbed of mergers and acquisitions activity, and the final three months of 2005 was no exception: Just 13 deals took place.
One thing is for sure when you decide to mail a catalog: You’re going to need to buy paper. When you first start out in the business, you may opt to buy
Seattle-based Amazon.com already features designers such as Armani, Gucci, and Valentino in the apparel and accessories section of its mammoth Website. But like many a clotheshorse, the company decided that it still doesn
Italian eyewear group Luxottica hopes to sell the Highland Heights, OH-based gifts cataloger/retailer Things Remembered in the next four months for about $180 million.
In its largest purchase since it was founded in 1978, Atlanta-based Home Depot acquired Hughes Supply, a $4.42 billion distributor of construction materials
Novato, CA-based TravelSmith, a catalog and online merchant of men’s and women’s travel apparel and accessories, plans to launch a women’s apparel and
On the heels of a profitable 2005, Madison, WI-based Guild.com has 7 million reasons to start off 2006 with a bang. Two venture capital firms, New York-based
In the same Jan. 12 press release in which it announced a 12% rise in holiday sales, Williams-Sonoma said it would phase out its Hold Everything brand.
IAC/InterActiveCorp, whose properties include HSN and the Cornerstone Brands catalogs, is acquiring Shoebuy.com, an online footwear merchant.