The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is aiming to turn some of Westchester County's oldest train stations into new dining and retail hot spots. There's just one catch: Those who run the stations will have to agree to keep serving commuters their daily coffee during the morning rush.
Local 1-S of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union announced that more than 4,000 union workers at Macy's Manhattan flagship and three other New York locations have voted to strike if a new contract is not reached by midnight on Wednesday.
New York City -- Local 1-S of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union announced that more than 4,000 union workers at Macy's Manhattan flagship and three other New York locations have voted to strike if a new contract is not reached by midnight on Wednesday. The other stores are in the Bronx, Queens and Westchester County. According to the union, Macy's wants to reduce paid time off, eliminate pension benefits for new employees and raise health care costs. The company is proposing a 35-cent wage increase for starting positions, as well as five-cent hourly raise for workers with
Hamilton Davison, president & executive director of the American Catalog Mailers Association, today announced the hiring of Paul Miller as vice president & deputy director of the trade organization that serves the needs of catalog mailers.
I'm writing this, my first column for Catalog Success, on a train from New York to Philadelphia, a day before formally joining the magazine. Although I'll focus my future Editor's Takes solely on the catalog business, please bear with me this go-round as I reintroduce myself to you all. I started covering the catalog business as a journalist back in 1986. Over the years, I reported on various goings-on in the field, such as the mainstream use of 800 numbers, credit cards, and express delivery; the advent of co-op databases; the rise of Williams-Sonoma, CDW and The Sharper Image; the stunning collapse of