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Industry Delegation Heads To Capitol Hill

As part of PPAI’s Legislative Education and Action Day, a group of 78 industry representatives went to Washington D.C. this week to let Congress know about specific issues that are important to the ad specialty industry and its individual companies.

Promoting The Value Of Ad Specialties »

Staples Reports Q1 Profit Decline

Staples Inc., parent company of Top 40 supplier Staples Promotional Products, reported a 7% decrease in first-quarter sales and a 39% fall in net income for the quarter.

In Line With Company Expectations »

Survey: Companies Face Talent Shortage

A new survey from employment consultancy Manpower shows more than one-third of global employers are finding it difficult to fill open positions.

“Talent Shortages Are Real And Are Not Going Away” »

Montreal Considers Single-Use Plastic Bag Ban

The city of Montreal has officially begun considering a proposal that would limit single-use plastic bags from being given away by retailers.

Would Make It First Major Canadian City To Enact Such A Law »

Factory Fire Kills 72 Workers

A footwear factory fire in the Philippines killed 72 workers last week, many of whom were trapped on the second floor of the building, investigators said.

Happened In Valenzuela City, Near The capital Of Manila »

Q1 Distributor Sales Rise 3.5%

New data from ASI reveals that distributors grew revenues by 3.5% in the first quarter of 2015.

21st Straight Quarterly Rise »

Mylchreest Leaving Sourcing City

Alistair Mylchreest, the CEO of UK-based Sourcing City, is leaving the firm to pursue a new venture in the United States.

Effective July 1 »

American Apparel Reports Losses; Charney Files Lawsuits

Counselor Top 40 supplier American Apparel (asi/35297) suffered a $26 million net loss in this year’s first quarter.

Ex-CEO Seeking Millions In Damages »

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