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West Hollywood Bans Single-Use Plastic Bags

The City Council of West Hollywood, CA, has adopted an ordinance that will ban single-use plastic bags at newsstands, in retail and grocery stores, and in pharmacies beginning next year.

Approximately 500 Stores Will Be Affected By Ban »

River's End Names Division President

Counselor Top 40 supplier River's End Trading Company (asi/82588) has named Lee Aaron as the new president of its international division.

Previously, Aaron Served As President Of International Operations For Alpha Industries »

Boxercraft Announces Resignation Of CEO

Atlanta-based supplier Boxercraft has announced that CEO Charles A. Sutlief has resigned from his position, effective immediately.

Boxercraft Has Not Named A Replacement For Sutlief »

Consumer Sentiment Rises Slightly

Hitting a three-month high, consumer sentiment unexpectedly increased in early August, according to an index released by the University of Michigan and Thomson Reuters (UM/TR)

Economists Still Warn Major Uptick In 2012 Purchasing Is Unlikely »

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Rising Corn Prices Impacting Industry

The worst Midwest U.S. drought in 50 years has already sharply increased the price of agricultural commodities – especially corn.

Will Likely Lead To Higher Costs Across Several Categories Of Promo Products »

SeaWorld Eliminates Plastic Bags

Theme park company SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment has announced that it will no longer offer plastic shopping bags at its locations across the United States.

The Move Is Being Phased In At Its 10 Theme Park Locations »

CPSC Recalls Children's Product

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), in cooperation with Sumner, WA-based Toysmith, has recalled Toysmith's Animal Snap Bracelets.

Bracelets Can Pose Laceration Hazards By Exposing Sharp Edges »

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