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By N. Todd Wickersty, Business Bullpen
Published March 1, 2010
Twitter isn't for everyone, but it can’t be ignored by your business, says N. Todd Wickersty of Business Bullpen. Read More »
By Cheryl Swanson, Toniq
Published February 11, 2010
Cheryl Swanson of Toniq shares trends and insights relevant to the Household and Personal Products Industry. Read More »
By Mareike Finck, Chesapeake Bay Candle
Published December 24, 2009
Value is the new green, says Mareike Finck of Chesapeake Bay Candle. Read More »
By Perry Romanowski
Published December 11, 2009
Perry Romanowski provides five ways to improve the innovation process. Read More »
By Carrie Mellage, Kline & Company
Published December 9, 2009
Lafley's tenure was a profitable one that will be tough to top, says Carrie Mellage of Kline. Read More »
Published December 4, 2009
News that the U.S. unemployment rate fell to 10% from 10.2% last month, may give some pundits pause, but no one should be rejoicing just yet. During every holiday--recession or no--employers provide a quick lift to their ranks to prepare for the holi… Read More »
By Tom Branna, Editorial Director
Published November 25, 2009
If we can all agree that the recession is over, then the next point to ponder is, “How do we get growing again?” Two answers come quickly to mind: the anti-aging category and environmentally-friendly products. Both subjects are covered… Read More »
Published November 25, 2009
Budgets have been slashed and head counts have fallen, but the demand for innovation is only increasing. That's why finding an expert in the field is more important than ever. We've assembled a roster of industry experts who will provide gui… Read More »
How Now Dow Chemical?
By Tom Branna, Editorial Director
Published November 19, 2009
With the failed Kuwaiti deal in its rearview mirror, Andrew Liveris and his team look to the future with a new business model that focuses on growth and innovation, while reducing costs. Read More »
Published November 9, 2009
Third quarter statistics confirm what we suspected for some time now—the economy is up and growing again in the U.S. and probably around the world as well. According to the White House Council of Economic Advisors, gross domestic product expand… Read More »
Published October 5, 2009
Every time there’s a downturn in the economy, the focus shifts to private label. And with good reason. According to the Private Label Manfacturers Association, sales of store brands in the major U.S. retail channels surged by more than 10% in 2… Read More »
By Tom Branna, VP/Editorial Director
Published September 3, 2009
Last month Olivier Blanchard, the top economist for the International Monetary Fund, declared the recession over. But he warned that the 18-month downturn will leave plenty of scars on the global economy. The very next day, data from NPD Group show… Read More »
By Tom Branna, VP/Editorial Director
Published July 8, 2009
Maybe it’s because that long-awaited vacation is only weeks away or maybe it’s because I just like lists that track the best and the brighest. But whatever the reason, I’ve always enjoyed putting togetherThe Top 50, our annual loo… Read More »
Published June 9, 2009
The internet is limitless. Now, I don't know if this is a good or bad characteristic, especially given all the misinformation floating around in cyberspace. But the fact is, unlike magazines, website content isn't limited by print orders, pos… Read More »
Published June 1, 2009
Some anniversarys are more important than others. And while the 35th anniversary of the Universal Product Code (UPC) bar code may not rank up there with your silver wedding anniversary, it's worth taking note. On June 26, 1974, when a cashier at… Read More »