Sale Price Of Torstar's Education Unit Is Lower Than Anticipated
- Losses continue at Troll; mixed Harlequin results. Milliot, Jim // Publishers Weekly;5/4/1998, Vol. 245 Issue 18, p16
Reports that Torstar continues to have problems integrating Troll Communications into its Children's Supplementary Education Publishing division (CSEP). Losses incurred by Torstar; Reasons for losses; Rising first quarter sales of Torstar subsidiary Harlequin.
- Saved by Romance. Sachs, Andrea // Time;9/21/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 11, special section p12
The article discusses romance novels, their sales in the consumer book market, and the business performance of Harlequin Enterprises, a subsidiary of Torstar and reportedly largest romance publisher. It notes revenue increases at Harlequin versus a revenue decrease at Random House. Harlequin...
- Glut threatens coffee, sugar prices. Ahmed, Rafiq // African Business;Nov96, Issue 215, p33
Reports on the price trends affecting Africa's major soft commodities. Decrease in the prices of cocoa due to higher global stocks; Factors for the decrease in the futures value of coffee; Weakening of tea prices; Lowering of sugar prices due to supply glut.
- DeCA notice. // Business Credit;Jan1994, Vol. 96 Issue 1, p45
Presents procedures established by the DeCA for the settlement of pricing discrepancies. Procedures to follow; Region point-of-contacts; Contact information.
- Other prices and costs. // Bank of Canada Review;Spring96, pS91
Presents a chart depicting prices and costs in Canada as of spring 1996. Wage settlements; Agreements in force-changes in wage rates; Weekly earnings.
- Dateline Washington. Coorsh, Richard // Consumers' Research Magazine;Jan1994, Vol. 77 Issue 1, p6
States that, according to the US International Trade Commission, federal trade tariffs and quotas increase average consumer prices by three percent in forty-four sectors of the economy. Trade barriers and clothing prices; More.
- 13 things they don't tell you about flat rate pricing. Ranck, Joe // PHC Profit Report;9/1/95, Vol. 3 Issue 17, p5
Presents observations about flat rate pricing. Includes the response from customers and employees when a company implements a flat rate system; Communicating the policy change to customers; Securing professional sales training assistance.
- How low prices end up costing you plenty. Howard, Steve // PHC Profit Report;2/15/96, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p3
Presents a list of the negative effect of low prices. Low profits; Undermining of future profits; Doubled work load for the same money; Lowered customer expectations; Less chance of a quality installation; Acquisition of poor customers; Loss of trust and credibility.
- Is flat rate pricing gaining momentum? // PHC Profit Report;06/01/96, Vol. 4 Issue 11, p3
Reports on the use of flat-rate pricing in the United States. Surveys on flat-rate billing; Difference in the usage of flat rate by small and large firms.