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Wednesday, August 30, 2017

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To search past editions click on the following link: http://thedailyclips.docpit.com/ Top Headlines ? Without Insurance, Some Vendors Balk At Stocking Sears? Shelves ? Digital TV May Face Great Subscriber Losses ? Voice Search Changes Media Buying, Attribution, Publishing ? Is Your Local Dealership Prepared For A New Era Of Car Buying? ? Most Expensive Keywords In The U.S. ? Study: Native Ads Paired With On-Site Branded Content Bring Meaningful Brand Lift ? Report: Matching Up With Local Merchants? Marketing Objectives ? The Perfect Introduction To All Aspects Of Digital Marketing ? Second Street Acquires Presslaff Interactive Revenue ? Scripps Networks Has Highest Share Of Revenue From Advertising ? Atlanta Journal-Constitution Launches New Political Digital Product ? USA Today?s Facebook-Like Mobile Site Increased Time Spent Per Article By 75 Percent ? Star Tribune Upgrades Coverage Of Prep Sports ? Daily Clips Recruitment Ads?Who?s Hiring Without Insurance, Some Vendors Balk At Stocking Sears? Shelves U.S. department store operator Sears Holdings Corp is having trouble stocking shelves, as some vendors have fled while others are demanding stricter payment terms because of difficulties hedging against default risk. The strain in Sears? supply chain is exacerbated by the scarcity and high cost of a type of vendor insurance known as accounts receivable puts, which ensure a supplier will be paid even if the retailer files for bankruptcy, according to interviews with Sears? vendors and insurance brokers. ?It?s too expensive,? Michael Fellner, owner of Montreal-based women?s wear company Lori Michaels Apparel & Manufacturing Inc, said of the specialized vendor insurance. He said he stopped shipping to Sears in March, when his insurer stopped providing coverage. Two other small vendors told Reuters they stopped supplying Sears this year because they could not afford the insurance, whose cost spiked after Sears warned in March of ?substantial doubt? over its ability to continue as a going concern. They asked not to be identified discussing confidential commercial arrangements. Sears' vendors had previously benefited from support from Sears Chief Executive Eddie Lampert, who owns almost

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