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March 10, 2015

We Didn’t Let Their Cookies Crumble

The first time Laurie Suriff and Collins Tuohy met, magic happened. “I started making cookies out of my home in 2006,” Suriff says.

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August 21, 2012

Back-to-School Season Could Signal Holiday Retail Strength

While summer break may be too short for many students, the end of summer is a welcome change for retailers eager to learn whether students “hitting the books” will result in more parents hitting the store aisles.In line with a general slowdown that occurs during the restful summer months, economic activity also feels a “summer pause,” a “quiet” that can be as loud and jarring as fingers on a chalkboard for many retailers. Fortunately for them, the early back-to-school predictions could mean good marks in their future sales logs.

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May 30, 2012

“E-tail” Likely to Overtake Traditional Retail

The growing popularity of tablets and other electronics has not only improved information access for consumers (technology savvy or not!) but also widened selection, and made online shopping both natural and logical. These recent developments have strengthened the acceptance of the new online shopping trend we call “e-tailing,” as well as online advertising among investors, and the changed the way the supply chain works.

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