News roundup—18th May 2009

News roundup—18th May 2009

Could Otto be looking to acquire some of
Arcandor’s catalogues? Possibly, according to The Guardian, citing German magazine

Ethical Superstore, an online seller of ethically
sourced foods and gadgets will be launching a print catalogue,
following its March merger with cataloguer/etailer Natural
Collection, reports.

Intel has launched its online software store, Intel
Business Exchange, in the UK, reports Computerworld. The site targets small and
midsize businesses.

As Next celebrates the 21st anniversary of its
Directory catalogue, The Telegraph credits it for starting an
“armchair revolution”.

Cataloguers David Austin Roses, Blackmoor & Langdon,
Broadleigh Gardens, and Avon Bulbs are among the
exhibitors at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show singled out for
praise by The Telegraph.


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