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  • / E-Retailers

    Online retail chief takes back top marketing spot at Macy’s

    Peter Sachse will continue to oversee Macys.com as he moves back to the chief marketing officer slot at the nation’s largest chain of traditional department stores.

    Posted 06/04/2007Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Peter Sachse will continue to oversee Macys.com as he moves back to the chief marketing officer slot at the nation’s largest chain of traditional department stores.
  • Marshall Field’s welcomes yahoos to its State Street store

    Last month, Yahoo became one of 500 new brands at Marshall Field’s showcase department store on Chicago’s State Street. In a 355-square-foot "Yahoo lounge," colored in the online company’s trademark yellow and purple, Yahoo will sell Yahoo-labeled hard goods as well as promote its online services.

    Posted 09/30/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Last month, Yahoo became one of 500 new brands at Marshall Field’s showcase department store on Chicago’s State Street. In a 355-square-foot "Yahoo lounge," colored in the online company’s trademark yellow and purple, Yahoo will sell Yahoo-labeled hard goods as well as promote its online…
  • Marshall Field’s to open an in-store Yahoo boutique

    Among the 500 new brands becoming available at the Marshall Field’s department store on Chicago’s State Street next week, Yahoo will sell its own Yahoo-labeled hard goods as well as promote its online services.

    Posted 09/11/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Among the 500 new brands becoming available at the Marshall Field’s department store on Chicago’s State Street next week, Yahoo will sell its own Yahoo-labeled hard goods as well as promote its online services.

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  • Online beauty brand Reflect.com expands to Marshall Field’s flagship store

    Beauty manufacturer and direct marketer Reflect True Custom Beauty is leveraging its online presence into an offline brand. A new store in Marshall Field’s is the next step.

    Posted 07/17/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Beauty manufacturer and direct marketer Reflect True Custom Beauty is leveraging its online presence into an offline brand. A new store in Marshall Field’s is the next step.
  • / Press Release

    ProfitLogic Enters Agreement With Marshall Field’s

    Boston, Mass. – July 15, 2003 – ProfitLogic, whose industry-leading suite of Merchandise Optimization solutions help retailers make more profitable merchandising decisions, today announced that Marshall Field’s will implement ProfitLogic’s Price, its flagship markdown optimization solution, across its enterprise, which includes 62 stores in eight states. “We’re excited to work with Marshall Field’s,” said Tom Ebling, chairman and CEO of...

    Posted 07/15/2003

    Boston, Mass. – July 15, 2003 – ProfitLogic, whose industry-leading suite of Merchandise Optimization solutions help retailers make more profitable merchandising decisions, today announced that Marshall Field’s will implement ProfitLogic’s Price, its flagship markdown optimization solution,…
  • / Technology

    Marshall Field’s takes fine art shopping online

    Corporate art sales and service provider Art Holdings moves itself into retail and Field’s art sales to the web with Look Gallery at Marshall Field’s.

    Posted 06/18/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Corporate art sales and service provider Art Holdings moves itself into retail and Field’s art sales to the web with Look Gallery at Marshall Field’s.
  • Target`s e-awakening

    Target Corp., the retail conglomerate formerly known as Dayton Hudson Corp., has taken aim at e-commerce with a separate unit, yet analysts nearly yawned at the significance. “It’s not exactly cutting edge, but it’s not so late that it doesn’t matter,” says Seema Williams, senior analyst of consumer e-commerce for Forrester Research, Cambridge, Mass. “They saw the skyrocketing holiday sales and finally had the gumption to do it.” Target would not...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Target Corp., the retail conglomerate formerly known as Dayton Hudson Corp., has taken aim at e-commerce with a separate unit, yet analysts nearly yawned at the significance. “It’s not exactly cutting edge, but it’s not so late that it doesn’t matter,” says Seema Williams, senior analyst…

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