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  • / Technology

    Playboy files suit against its e-commerce provider

    In the lawsuit, Playboy asks a U.S. District Court in Illinois to prevent eFashion Solutions from ending a contract for e-commerce platform, fulfillment and marketing services until Playboy can find a new vendor. The suit also asks for monetary damages.

    Posted 06/26/2009Don DavisPost a comment

    In the lawsuit, Playboy asks a U.S. District Court in Illinois to prevent eFashion Solutions from ending a contract for e-commerce platform, fulfillment and marketing services until Playboy can find a new vendor. The suit also asks for monetary damages.
  • / Technology

    Despite Q1 sales decline, Playboy sees a bright future for the web

    Web sales were down 39% in the first quarter for Playboy and overall sales declined 22%, but major cost-cutting efforts and a new e-commerce strategy are fueling optimism.

    Posted 05/27/2009Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Web sales were down 39% in the first quarter for Playboy and overall sales declined 22%, but major cost-cutting efforts and a new e-commerce strategy are fueling optimism.
  • / Marketing

    Customer reviews to help reintroduce hidden gems to Amazon shoppers

    Sometimes customers rave about books, but without more marketing from publishers behind them, the books fail to sell. To boost authors and sales, Amazon.com will identify such tomes and give them an extra push online—and in stores.

    Posted 05/20/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    Sometimes customers rave about books, but without more marketing from publishers behind them, the books fail to sell. To boost authors and sales, Amazon.com will identify such tomes and give them an extra push online—and in stores.
  • / E-Retailers

    Playboy’s 2008 web sales hop into negative territory

    It was a tough end of the year for Playboy Enterprises, which sells online at web sites ShoptheBunny.com and PlayboyStore.com. For the full year, web sales declined by 24% and total sales dropped by 14%.

    Posted 04/08/2009Bill BriggsPost a comment

    It was a tough end of the year for Playboy Enterprises, which sells online at web sites ShoptheBunny.com and PlayboyStore.com. For the full year, web sales declined by 24% and total sales dropped by 14%.
  • / E-Retailers

    More authors means new space for Lulu.com

    Lulu.com, a marketplace for consumers to self-publish, sell and buy written works, has moved into a new headquarters in Raleigh, NC. Additional space was required to accommodate an increasing volume of authors, the company says.

    Posted 03/16/2009Don DavisPost a comment

    Lulu.com, a marketplace for consumers to self-publish, sell and buy written works, has moved into a new headquarters in Raleigh, NC. Additional space was required to accommodate an increasing volume of authors, the company says.
  • / Press Release

    Wine Enthusiast Gets Enthusiastic About MyBuys: Conversion Rate Up Over 200 Percent

    Specialty Retailer Adds Product Recommendations Generated by Multiple Algorithms and Dramatically Improves Results Redwood City, Calif.-March 12, 2009-MyBuys, the leading provider of personalized product recommendations, today announced that its web recommendations and email alerts have boosted conversion rates over 200 percent at Wine Enthusiast.com, the world’s number one source for wine accessories, storage, information, education, events and...

    Posted 03/12/2009

    Specialty Retailer Adds Product Recommendations Generated by Multiple Algorithms and Dramatically Improves Results Redwood City, Calif.-March 12, 2009-MyBuys, the leading provider of personalized product recommendations, today announced that its web recommendations and email alerts have boosted…
  • / Technology

    Indigo Books & Music to launch e-book service for smartphones

    The retailer will unveil Shortcovers, a store and community for e-book readers. Through the mobile or conventional web, consumers can browse, search and download books, magazines and newspapers.

    Posted 01/20/2009Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The retailer will unveil Shortcovers, a store and community for e-book readers. Through the mobile or conventional web, consumers can browse, search and download books, magazines and newspapers.
  • / E-Retailers

    E-commerce revenue drops for Playboy in the third quarter

    In the quarter ended Sept. 30, web sales for Playboy dropped 29.2% to $10.9 million from $15.4 million in Q3 of 2007. The web accounted for 15% of total revenue.

    Posted 12/03/2008Mark BrohanPost a comment

    In the quarter ended Sept. 30, web sales for Playboy dropped 29.2% to $10.9 million from $15.4 million in Q3 of 2007. The web accounted for 15% of total revenue.
  • / Technology

    Martha Stewart names a digital programming executive

    Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. has named Gail Horwood senior vice president of digital programming and strategy. In the new position, Horwood will set the strategic direction for such digital properties as MarthaStewart.com and WholeLiving.com.

    Posted 10/20/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. has named Gail Horwood senior vice president of digital programming and strategy. In the new position, Horwood will set the strategic direction for such digital properties as MarthaStewart.com and WholeLiving.com.
  • / Press Release

    Brightcove Accelerates Expansion in Europe with Launch of German Office

    New office opened in Hamburg, Germany; VP of EMEA appointed to manage region Hamburg, Germany, 14 October 2008 - Brightcove Inc., the leading online video platform, today announced the expansion of its operations in Europe with the appointment of Vanessa Wade as vice president of EMEA and a new office in Hamburg, Germany. The German operation is backed by a full complement of staff in Germany that includes sales, engineering and technical...

    Posted 10/20/2008

    New office opened in Hamburg, Germany; VP of EMEA appointed to manage region Hamburg, Germany, 14 October 2008 - Brightcove Inc., the leading online video platform, today announced the expansion of its operations in Europe with the appointment of Vanessa Wade as vice president of EMEA and a new…
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