Mental Floss, a magazine that also sells products, expands

February 5, 2013

One of the hottest T-shirt designers on the market is a magazine.

Mental Floss, the 160,000 circulation magazine owned by publishing magnet Felix Dennis, derives one-third of its revenue from e-commerce, one-third from subscriptions and newsstand sales, and one-third from advertising.

Tech wrap: Amazon concerns hit shares

December 29, 2011

 

Amazon.com shares fell to their lowest level since late March on Thursday on concern about sales growth during the online retailer’s crucial fourth quarter.

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All I want for Christmas is a blockbuster

November 30, 2009

What's a great holiday gift in a recession, yes a good old fashioned book. Random House just got its new Dan Brown bestseller on the shelves.

Microsoft learns from Apple store real estate guru

July 21, 2009

After pulling a page from Apple’s playbook with its plan to launch its own chain of stores this fall, Microsoft is calling on the expertise of one of the players who made its rival’s stores such a big hit.

Checking out the Microsoft retail store

February 13, 2009

When it comes to Microsoft, you can count on one thing: Whatever they do will get plenty of scrutiny in on the wires, in newspapers, and across blogs. Think A-Rod or Brad and Angelina.

Jennifer Aniston’s sweater (finally) for sale – TiVo

July 22, 2008

jennifer-aniston-sweater.jpgClicks-and-mortar, PC-to-TV, T-Commerce. These are technology industry ideas that are resuscitated every couple of years only to fade into obsolescence.