ID's Top 5 Of The Week

This past week's most popular items on ID include Wolseley's latest fiscal results, Amazon looking to make a splash in the office supply market, and tips for how to find where and how much price leakage is hurting your income statement.

Here's this week's Top 5

Amazon Business May Expand With Office Depot Deal: Reports say that Amazon Business is looking to expand its footprint by adding the corporate business of Office Depot, as well as W.B. Mason.

Wolseley Cuts Branches, Headcount Despite Sales & Profit Growth: The company reduced headcount in the U.K, Canada and Nordic region since January 2015, and closed 10 U.K. branches in the most recent six-month period.

Are The Costs Of Poor Pricing Weighing Down Your Financial Results?: Most commercial leaders have a hunch that pricing leakage occurs, but how do you discover where and how much it is draining from your income statement? Zilliant's Barrett Thompson discusses.

Report Suggests Global Oil Oversupply Could Be Far Smaller: As International Energy Agency recently reported about 800,000 barrels of oil are missing, the group says he cause could be overstated supply or stockpile changes outside its tracking.

DPA Buying Group Adds 13 Distributor Members To Industrial Products Division: The distributors cover 10 different states, while the group has also welcomed five new preferred suppliers.


Last week's Top 5