Lawyers for Newegg, Wayfair and Overstock petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court, requesting that it decline to review a South Dakota Supreme Court decision that would require larger online retailers to collect sales tax on purchases made in the state. Online retailers are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to decline review of a case that would require larger e-retailers to collect sales tax from South Dakota residents and pay it to the state. The South Dakota law would require out-of-state retailers that don’t have a physical presence in the state and generate least $100,000 in online sales or more than 200 transactions in the state to collect sales tax from South Dakota customers and then remit those taxes to the state. Click Read More below for additional information.
MORE, the magazine for women of style and substance created by Meredith Corporation (NYSE:MDP; www.meredith.com), unveils a redesigned look with a modern logo, updated layout, elevated photography and revamped editorial lineup in the February 2015 issue, on newsstands today. The magazine now has a more luxurious look and feel with a wider, higher-impact trim size, at 9″ x 10-7/8″, and upgraded gloss paper stock.
Its first major redesign since 2010, the new MORE offers the latest beauty, fashion, home, travel, food, career, finance, health and relationship inspiration in a modern and fresh format that matches the sophistication of its readers. The issue will relaunch with a rate base of 750,000, reflecting the brand’s focus on targeting its core luxury consumers, and a 50 percent increase in the subscription price to $15 per year.
“The MORE reader has significant spending power,” says Jeannine Shao Collins, EVP/Publisher, MORE. “With a median household income of $112,000+1, our audience is the most affluent of all beauty, fashion and women’s lifestyle magazines. This refreshed look offers the perfect opportunity for marketers and advertisers to engage with our community of influential and career-driven women, many of whom are top-level executives.”
An image-driven product, the magazine’s content will be brought to life through collaborations with renowned celebrity stylists and photographers, such as Ellen von Unwerth, who photographed the Drew Barrymore cover and feature for February 2015.
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