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  • / E-Retailers

    E-retailer Blinds.com moves into larger offices

    Blinds.com has moved into new office space in Houston, occupying 50% more space than it previously had. The company now operates out of 15,000 square feet in an office complex, up from 10,000 square feet above a Subway sandwich shop.

    Posted 11/16/2009Zak StamborPost a comment

    Blinds.com has moved into new office space in Houston, occupying 50% more space than it previously had. The company now operates out of 15,000 square feet in an office complex, up from 10,000 square feet above a Subway sandwich shop.
  • / Press Release

    VAI Implements E-Commerce and Distribution Solution for National DCP, the Exclusive Supply Chain Partner for Dunkin’...

    S2K Enterprise Portal integrates multiple distribution centers into one company-wide platform Ronkonkoma, N.Y. -- April 20, 2009 -- VAI (Vormittag Associates, Inc.) (www.vai.net ), a leader in enterprise solutions for the distribution, manufacturing, retail and service industries, and an IBM Premier Business Partner, today announced the successful implementation of its S2K Enterprise Portal and S2K Enterprise for Distribution software for the...

    Posted 04/20/2009

    S2K Enterprise Portal integrates multiple distribution centers into one company-wide platform Ronkonkoma, N.Y. -- April 20, 2009 -- VAI (Vormittag Associates, Inc.) (www.vai.net ), a leader in enterprise solutions for the distribution, manufacturing, retail and service industries, and an IBM…
  • / E-Retailers

    Dunkin` Brands adds new CEO to its menu

    Dunkin` Brands, the parent of Dunkin` Donuts and Baskin-Robbins, has named Nigel Travis CEO. He will take over for Jon Luther, who will remain executive chairman of the board. Luther, 65, joined Dunkin` in 2003 as CEO and became chairman in 2006.

    Posted 12/15/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    Dunkin` Brands, the parent of Dunkin` Donuts and Baskin-Robbins, has named Nigel Travis CEO. He will take over for Jon Luther, who will remain executive chairman of the board. Luther, 65, joined Dunkin` in 2003 as CEO and became chairman in 2006.
  • / Press Release

    Security Check, LLC Takes Over as Processor for Pizza Hut, Inc. Restaurants

    OXFORD, Miss., Oct. 18 -- Security Check, LLC, a payment solutions firm, is proud to announce that they have recently entered into an exclusive agreement with Pizza Hut, Inc. as its check acceptance, verifications and collections agency for Pizza Hut corporate-owned restaurants. Security Check was awarded this accolade over several other nationally known check collection firms. "We are very excited about our new relationship with the Pizza Hut...

    Posted 10/19/2006

    OXFORD, Miss., Oct. 18 -- Security Check, LLC, a payment solutions firm, is proud to announce that they have recently entered into an exclusive agreement with Pizza Hut, Inc. as its check acceptance, verifications and collections agency for Pizza Hut corporate-owned restaurants. Security Check was…
  • / Press Release

    Burger King Corporation Selects MegaPath`s Managed IP Services to Securely Connect Franchise Sites Across North America

    End-to-End Solution Links Franchises to Centralized Corporate Resources as Part of Connect Your W@y Initiative COSTA MESA, Calif., October 3, 2006 - MegaPath, the leading provider of Virtual Private Network (VPN) solutions and other managed IP services to businesses nationwide, today announced Burger King Corporation selected MegaPath`s broadband managed services to power its Connect Your W@y Initiative. Burger King Corporation is deploying...

    Posted 10/06/2006

    End-to-End Solution Links Franchises to Centralized Corporate Resources as Part of Connect Your W@y Initiative COSTA MESA, Calif., October 3, 2006 - MegaPath, the leading provider of Virtual Private Network (VPN) solutions and other managed IP services to businesses nationwide, today announced…
  • / Marketing

    I’ll have a burger and an episode of ‘24’...to go

    MySpace.com, a social networking site with 75 million members, moves into e-commerce with video downloads of Fox TV shows, launching in a high-profile promotion with Burger King.

    Posted 05/19/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    MySpace.com, a social networking site with 75 million members, moves into e-commerce with video downloads of Fox TV shows, launching in a high-profile promotion with Burger King.
  • Who’ll bid three French fries?

    Burger King’s eBay-based loyalty program has been a hit with customers who like the interactive nature of the promotion.

    Posted 04/30/2002Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Burger King’s eBay-based loyalty program has been a hit with customers who like the interactive nature of the promotion.
  • / Press Release

    Dairy Queen Enters Agreement with Radiant Systems to Accelerate Growth

    Radiant 6e™ food service solution will give franchisees access to world-class technology ATLANTA, April 26, 2002 - Known for world-famous soft serve desserts and delicious hot food items, Dairy Queen® is one of the most successful franchisors of quick-service, family-oriented restaurants in the country. With 5,700 locations, the brand is known for good food in a fun atmosphere at a good value. Now with the introduction of the DQ Grill & Chill TM...

    Posted 04/30/2002

    Radiant 6e™ food service solution will give franchisees access to world-class technology ATLANTA, April 26, 2002 - Known for world-famous soft serve desserts and delicious hot food items, Dairy Queen® is one of the most successful franchisors of quick-service, family-oriented restaurants in the…
  • Burger King loyalty auction site proves to be a whopper

    Burger King’s pilot of a loyalty program that allows customers to bid points for items at a special Burger King section of eBay attracted 1,000 users who bid more than 30,000 points in the first 10 days of pilot’s start.

    Posted 03/28/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Burger King’s pilot of a loyalty program that allows customers to bid points for items at a special Burger King section of eBay attracted 1,000 users who bid more than 30,000 points in the first 10 days of pilot’s start.

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