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Retailer Fined For Selling Recalled Outerwear

Burlington Coat Factory has agreed to pay a record $1.5 million fine to settle allegations from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) that the retailer knowingly sold children's clothing with drawstrings.

Drawstrings "Can Result In Serious Injury Or Death" »

Obituary: Ed Trombly, VisionUSA

Edgar F. Trombly, product designer for VisionUSA, passed away on July 20.

He Was 86 »

3M Reports Quarterly Financials

Citing weaker results across Europe and Asia, 3M, the parent company of industry supplier firm 3M Promotional Markets, has announced its overall company revenues decreased 1.9% to $7.53 billion in the second quarter.

Analysts Say 3M Was Hurt By Foreign Monetary Exchanges »

Shock Waves Ahead

Is it possible that 25% of industry companies will go out of business by 2015? One analyst thinks so. But he also sees a path to prosperity – if ad specialty firms innovate now.

Dr. James Canton Questions Creativity And Innovation Of Industry Companies »

Innovation - Imagining The Future

Your hand as a keyboard? A shirt that can feed a lawn? Thinking your tweets?

Here's How Today's Fantasies Will Be Tomorrow's Business Realities »

Chick-fil-A, Henson Spar Over Promo Toys

Amid a dispute between restaurant chain Chick-fil-A and the Jim Henson Company, the creator of the Muppets franchise, the two have ended a marketing partnership.

Both Sides Say Toys Will No Longer Be Handed Out »

Visual Promotions Inks Deal With Igloo

Sealy, TX-based supplier Visual Promotions announced that it has signed an exclusive decoration contract with cooler manufacturer Igloo.

Deal Establishes Visual Promotions As Igloo's Exclusive Decorator »

Cintas Reports 4.1% Sales Increase

Counselor Top 40 distributor Cintas has announced its revenues rose $1.05 billion in its fiscal quarter ended May 31.

Distributor Fueled By Uniform Rentals »

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