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Hertha Berlin - c.73,000 "Although I cannot provide any details," says Alex Jäkel, who won't let that stop him, "I would reckon that Hertha Berlin in the 1980s would be a prime example." Yes, Hertha's struggles in the 80s led to a few spare seats at the Olympic Stadium. When Hertha were relegated from 2.Bundesliga in 1986, attendances fell to as low as 1,800, leaving around 73,000 empty seats. 6. Borussia Dortmund reserves - 79,028 Let Martin Tobutt tell the story. "This may be cheating a little but a match from last Saturday's German Third Division North featured Borussia Dortmund's reserves at home to Wuppertal. Normally, such teams play at the club's old ground or training ground - in Borussia's case Rote Erde, which has 3,000 seats and then a 22,000-capacity standing area which is open to the elements." Yes, yes, get on with it. "Looking at the TV pictures, it appears that the gale force winds that day meant that the match was moved to the Westfalenstadion meaning that the 1680 paying customers were housed in a ground holding 80,708 fans. In terms of empty seats, I make that 79,028." 5. Torpedo Moscow - 80,000+ "It pains me to no end - but my local club, Torpedo Moscow, I would think would have to claim this dubious honour," writes a bullish Leonid Mironov. "They play at the Luzhniki Stadium which has a capacity of 84,000 and a bit. For the past couple of season the average attendance has been around 3,000-4,000. That leaves almost 80,000 empty seats on average. I am pretty sure that we win this little competition (although obviously I would love to be wrong on this one)." Leonid, you are wrong. Not even close, in fact. Read on. 4. Istanbul Büyükşehir Belediyespor (Istanbul BBS) - c.81,000 Chris Wade has a higher offer from Ankara. 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With Stuttgart having fielded an ineligible player during the second leg of their 4-4 aggregate draw (Stuttgart would have gone through on aggregate), Uefa ordered the two teams to play a one-off decider at a neutral venue, and Barcelona's ground was chosen. No one can agree on the stadium's exact capacity in those days before it became an all-seater, but it was close to 100,000 meaning at least 90,000 spaces were left vacant as Carl Shutt tucked home the winner in front of 7,400 fans. 2. Necaxa - 118,000+ We're into six figures now. "I lived in Mexico City from 1995 to 2002 and went to see all the local teams while there," says Iain Pearson. "The most surreal was visiting Necaxa who were playing their home games in the Azteca Stadium (capacity: 120,000). If they were playing a team from out of town in midweek they would be lucky to host a 'crowd' of 2,000 - leaving 118,000 empty seats."A worthy effort, but the crown goes to ... 1. Thames Association FC - 119,531 Neal Martin presents: West Ham Stadium. Thames Association FC still hold the record for the lowest attendance in Football League history when 469 went through the turnstiles, to watch Thames take on Luton in December 1930. It's claimed that the ground could hold 120,000 spectators (although estimates do vary), which leaves 119,531 tickets unsold. HAS FOOTBALL EVER BEEN ILLEGAL IN BRITAIN? "I vaguely recall hearing on the radio a while back that football was once illegal in Britain. Is this true?" asked a rather bemused Craig Dunmore in 2007 .While some would say that crimes such as England's performance in Euro '92 and the very existence of Wags Boutique should be grounds for slapping a banning order on all football in Britain, it has been quite some time since the game was illegal in this country. In fact, the game was only illegal before the Football Association laid down the current laws in the 19th century, and then it was only outlawed for limited periods in specific parts of the country.It was first banned way back in April 1314 by Edward II when the game consisted of vast mobs attempting to kick, carry or throw the ball between opposing villages. "For as much as there is great noise in the city, caused by hustling over large balls from which many evils might arise which God forbid, we command and forbid, on behalf of the king, a pain of imprisonment, such game to be used in the city in the future," he proclaimed.During the Hundred Years' War between England and France, Edward III, Richard II, Henry IV and Henry V all thought the game stopped their subjects practising archery and issued laws to suppress it. Scottish kings didn't look upon the game much more favourably and in 1424 James I decreed that "na man play at the Fute-ball".Attitudes became more relaxed during the Elizabethan period, although the game was banned in Manchester in the early 17th century because of shanked passes breaking windows. Despite playing in his youth, the game's "frivolity" didn't fit into Oliver Cromwell's puritanical world view and the fact that the game was played on Sundays was particularly frowned upon. This led to football on the Sabbath pretty much disappearing for the next 300 years. However, the authorities never succeeded in stamping the game out - despite cities such as Derby introducing anti-riot laws to combat it - and its popularity increased as time went on, eventually leading to the formation of the FA. UNORTHODOX MOTIVATIONAL TECHNIQUES "Ex-Croatian national coach Miroslav Blazevic, before a match in the dressing room, once took his new Rolex, dropped it and smashed it jumping on it, saying: 'I want you to smash them like I smashed this watch.' "Are there any stranger examples of how other coaches have attempted to motivate their players?" asked Dubravko Milicic in 2009 ."When Klaus Toppmöller was attempting to win the title with Eintracht Frankfurt, he showed the players a replica of the Meisterschale, the big, ugly plate the German champion gets for coming in first," recounts Eberhard Spohd. "This didn't work so he tried with a huge living eagle (the animal in the coat of arms of Eintracht) which he brought into the changing room with the words: 'You must clutch your opposites like the eagle puts his fangs in his prey." Other witnesses report that he said, "Unity (Eintracht in German) gives you wings." The players seemed rather scared and finished fifth and Toppmöller was sacked the following April. Sounds like Toppmöller would get on well with former Spurs boss Christian Gross, who, when in charge of Grasshoppers Zurich, brought his players to a medieval castle so that they could "envisage a fortress and turn our stadium into one".Oops, didn't mean to interrupt Eberhard. "Another one who tried to motivate his players in a special way was Christoph Daum," he continues. "When he was manager of Bayer Leverkusen, he made them walk over pieces of broken glass. In an interview with the German magazine Maxim, he explained why he did this: 'What did the players say? They said: "I wouldn't do it" and I said to them: "OK, record this, and then I will show you which unbelievable forces, which power of autosuggestion slumbers in the thinking device between your ears.' That's what the pieces of glass were for, to show the players: 'your head is your third leg. Use it'.""Jurgen Klinsmann also tried a special way to motivate his players at FC Bayern Munich in the beginning of the season," adds Eberhard, who's clearly on a roll. "He let Bayern install four statues of Buddha on the roof of the training camp of the club and some in a room inside. 'They give us a certain flow of energy', Klinsmann said. One of the players, Daniel van Buyten, said: 'I have a statue in my reading room at home. They give me a sense of calm and strength.' After two months, the statues had to be removed because in very catholic Bavaria the club got a lot of letters complaining that the statues force religious feelings on some people."Meanwhile in Blighty, Ian Holloway once employed a former soldier to shout phrases like "High five!" and "Go to work!" at his team while they got changed. And at Brentford, Martin Allen once nailed a bicycle to the dressing room wall to make the point that he wanted his players to, um, get on their bikes. BULL V GOAT "While procastrinating on Wikipedia, I checked out Man City's season-by-season stats and saw that Shaun Goater was City's top scorer for four consecutive seasons and to make it exciting, in three different divisions," wrote Mahdi Rahimi in 2009 . "Is there any player who can better those stats — being club's top scorer in three different divisions in three consecutive years?" There is indeed Mahdi, and his name is Steve Bull. The striker was Wolves' top scorer in Division Four in 1988-89, Division Three in 1989-90 and Division Two in 1990-91. More than that, in each season he was the the divisional top scorer and selected in the respective league's team of the season. He went on to be the club's top scorer for the next six seasons after that. We'd say that tops the Goat's admittedly remarkable achievement.Mark Ashley Thomas writes to point us in the direction of man who can match Goater's stats – Coventry forward Freddy Eastwood. Eastwood's scoring record with the Sky Blues might not be up to much, but he once banged them in with abandon for Southend. He was the top scorer for the Shrimpers in the 2004-05 in League Two, in 2005-06 in League One, and also in 2006-07 in the Championship.And Peter Collins has another suggestion: "It's a slightly different tack, but I think I'm right in saying that Kerry Dixon was top scorer in the whole of division three in 1982-83 while with Reading, then Division Two's top scorer the following season with Chelsea, then shared the Division One golden boot with Gary Lineker in 1984-85 after the Blues were promoted." A quick scour through our dusty Rothmans indicate that you are indeed right, Peter.And it was in that trawl that another couple of names sprung to mind. But neither Luther Blissett (Watford's top scorer in the Third, Second and First Divisions in 1978-79, 1981-82 and 1982-83) nor Alan Cork (who topped the scoring charts for Wimbledon in the Third Division in 1983-84 and the Second in 1985-86, but not in the top or bottom flights) quite came up to scratch. • Send your questions and answers to knowledge@guardian.co.uk . And for thousands more questions and answers, take a trip through the Knowledge archive .
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This led to football on the Sabbath pretty much disappearing for the next 300 years. However, the authorities never succeeded in stamping the game out - despite cities such as Derby introducing anti-riot laws to combat it - and its popularity increased as time went on, eventually leading to the formation of the FA. UNORTHODOX MOTIVATIONAL TECHNIQUES "Ex-Croatian national coach Miroslav Blazevic, before a match in the dressing room, once took his new Rolex, dropped it and smashed it jumping on it, saying: 'I want you to smash them like I smashed this watch.' "Are there any stranger examples of how other coaches have attempted to motivate their players?" asked Dubravko Milicic in 2009 ."When Klaus Toppmöller was attempting to win the title with Eintracht Frankfurt, he showed the players a replica of the Meisterschale, the big, ugly plate the German champion gets for coming in first," recounts Eberhard Spohd. "This didn't work so he tried with a huge living eagle (the animal in the coat of arms of Eintracht) which he brought into the changing room with the words: 'You must clutch your opposites like the eagle puts his fangs in his prey." Other witnesses report that he said, "Unity (Eintracht in German) gives you wings." The players seemed rather scared and finished fifth and Toppmöller was sacked the following April. Sounds like Toppmöller would get on well with former Spurs boss Christian Gross, who, when in charge of Grasshoppers Zurich, brought his players to a medieval castle so that they could "envisage a fortress and turn our stadium into one".Oops, didn't mean to interrupt Eberhard. "Another one who tried to motivate his players in a special way was Christoph Daum," he continues. "When he was manager of Bayer Leverkusen, he made them walk over pieces of broken glass. In an interview with the German magazine Maxim, he explained why he did this: 'What did the players say? They said: "I wouldn't do it" and I said to them: "OK, record this, and then I will show you which unbelievable forces, which power of autosuggestion slumbers in the thinking device between your ears.' That's what the pieces of glass were for, to show the players: 'your head is your third leg. Use it'.""Jurgen Klinsmann also tried a special way to motivate his players at FC Bayern Munich in the beginning of the season," adds Eberhard, who's clearly on a roll. "He let Bayern install four statues of Buddha on the roof of the training camp of the club and some in a room inside. 'They give us a certain flow of energy', Klinsmann said. One of the players, Daniel van Buyten, said: 'I have a statue in my reading room at home. They give me a sense of calm and strength.' After two months, the statues had to be removed because in very catholic Bavaria the club got a lot of letters complaining that the statues force religious feelings on some people."Meanwhile in Blighty, Ian Holloway once employed a former soldier to shout phrases like "High five!" and "Go to work!" at his team while they got changed. And at Brentford, Martin Allen once nailed a bicycle to the dressing room wall to make the point that he wanted his players to, um, get on their bikes. BULL V GOAT "While procastrinating on Wikipedia, I checked out Man City's season-by-season stats and saw that Shaun Goater was City's top scorer for four consecutive seasons and to make it exciting, in three different divisions," wrote Mahdi Rahimi in 2009 . "Is there any player who can better those stats — being club's top scorer in three different divisions in three consecutive years?" There is indeed Mahdi, and his name is Steve Bull. The striker was Wolves' top scorer in Division Four in 1988-89, Division Three in 1989-90 and Division Two in 1990-91. More than that, in each season he was the the divisional top scorer and selected in the respective league's team of the season. He went on to be the club's top scorer for the next six seasons after that. We'd say that tops the Goat's admittedly remarkable achievement.Mark Ashley Thomas writes to point us in the direction of man who can match Goater's stats – Coventry forward Freddy Eastwood. Eastwood's scoring record with the Sky Blues might not be up to much, but he once banged them in with abandon for Southend. He was the top scorer for the Shrimpers in the 2004-05 in League Two, in 2005-06 in League One, and also in 2006-07 in the Championship.And Peter Collins has another suggestion: "It's a slightly different tack, but I think I'm right in saying that Kerry Dixon was top scorer in the whole of division three in 1982-83 while with Reading, then Division Two's top scorer the following season with Chelsea, then shared the Division One golden boot with Gary Lineker in 1984-85 after the Blues were promoted." A quick scour through our dusty Rothmans indicate that you are indeed right, Peter.And it was in that trawl that another couple of names sprung to mind. But neither Luther Blissett (Watford's top scorer in the Third, Second and First Divisions in 1978-79, 1981-82 and 1982-83) nor Alan Cork (who topped the scoring charts for Wimbledon in the Third Division in 1983-84 and the Second in 1985-86, but not in the top or bottom flights) quite came up to scratch. • Send your questions and answers to knowledge@guardian.co.uk . And for thousands more questions and answers, take a trip through the Knowledge archive .
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While transporting crude by rail is typically more expensive than pipelines, bitumen may present a ‘unique case’ to improve rail economics. By transporting bitumen by rail, oil companies could save on diluents which are necessary to mix with sludgy bitumen before transporting by pipeline.
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IHS has also dismissed the idea that the a Keystone XL rejection  would limit oil sands production, noting that other pipeline and rail projects will emerge.
More than 61,300 tank cars are under production in North America, with around 20,000 earmarked for Canadian crude, according to Rail Theory Forecast.
While transporting crude by rail is typically more expensive than pipelines, bitumen may present a ‘unique case’ to improve rail economics. By transporting bitumen by rail, oil companies could save on diluents which are necessary to mix with sludgy bitumen before transporting by pipeline.
“These savings offset some of the extra costs associated with rail transport. Assuming sufficient scale and investment, our view is that producer netbacks from the USGC for transporting pure bitumen by rail would be comparable to about $6 lower than for moving with pipeline (for each bitumen barrel produced). This compares favourably with netbacks for railing dilbit to the USGC, which would be in the range of $10 to $15 lower than pipeline for each barrel of bitumen produced.”
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Related Probe of Keystone contractor energizes pipeline foes Keystone XL watchers try to decipher Obama’s intentions
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IHS has also dismissed the idea that the a Keystone XL rejection  would limit oil sands production, noting that other pipeline and rail projects will emerge.
More than 61,300 tank cars are under production in North America, with around 20,000 earmarked for Canadian crude, according to Rail Theory Forecast.
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“These savings offset some of the extra costs associated with rail transport. Assuming sufficient scale and investment, our view is that producer netbacks from the USGC for transporting pure bitumen by rail would be comparable to about $6 lower than for moving with pipeline (for each bitumen barrel produced). This compares favourably with netbacks for railing dilbit to the USGC, which would be in the range of $10 to $15 lower than pipeline for each barrel of bitumen produced.”
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Companies: Alliance Data Systems Corporation Coldwater Creek Inc.
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Coldwater Creek is a leading specialty retailer of women's apparel, jewelry and accessories. The Company was founded in 1984 in Sandpoint, Idaho, and sells its merchandise through premium retail stores across the country, online, and through its mobile applications.
Coldwater Creek Cautionary Statement Regarding Forward Looking Information
This news release contains "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the securities laws. These statements are based on management's current expectations about our agreement for a new credit card program and the effect of the new credit card program on customer relationships and sales, and are subject to a number of uncertainties, risks and assumptions that may not fully materialize or may prove incorrect. As a result, our actual results may differ materially from those expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from estimates or projections contained in the forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to:
We may encounter delays in implementing our new credit card program, and our new credit card relationship may not be successful in improving customer experience, increasing our loyalty base or growing sales;
The new program is subject to termination if ADS is unable to reach an agreement to acquire the existing portfolio from the current issuer;
and such other factors as are discussed in our most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q and Current Reports on Form 8-K filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. You should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which are based on current expectations and speak only as of the date of this release. We do not assume any obligation to publicly release any revisions to forward-looking statements to reflect events or changes in our expectations after the date of this release.
About Alliance Data Retail Services
Alliance Data Retail Services is one of the nation's leading providers of branded credit card programs, with more than 120 marketing-driven private label, co-brand and commercial programs in partnership with many of North America's best-known brands. The business delivers upon its Know More. Sell More. ® commitment by leveraging customer insight to drive sales for its client partners. Leveraging deep-rooted retail industry expertise, transaction-based customer data, and advanced analytics, Alliance Data Retail Services creates turnkey, multichannel credit programs designed to help its clients develop stronger, more profitable customer relationships. Alliance Data Retail Services is part of the Alliance Data family of companies. To learn more about Alliance Data Retail Services visit www.alliancedata.com .
About Alliance Data
Alliance Data® ( ADS ) and its combined businesses is North America's largest and most comprehensive provider of transaction-based, data-driven marketing and loyalty solutions serving large, consumer-based industries. The Company creates and deploys customized solutions, enhancing the critical customer marketing experience; the result is measurably changing consumer behavior while driving business growth and profitability for some of today's most recognizable brands. Alliance Data helps its clients create and increase customer loyalty through solutions that engage millions of customers each day across multiple touch points using traditional, digital, mobile and other emerging technologies. Headquartered in Dallas, Alliance Data and its three businesses employ approximately 11,000 associates at more than 70 locations worldwide.
Alliance Data consists of three businesses: Alliance Data Retail Services, a leading provider of marketing-driven credit solutions; Epsilon®, a leading provider of multichannel, data-driven technologies and marketing services; and LoyaltyOne®, which owns and operates the AIR MILES® Reward Program, Canada's premier coalition loyalty program. For more information about the company, visit our web site, www.alliancedata.com , or follow us on Twitter via @AllianceData .
Alliance Data's Safe Harbor Statement/Forward Looking Statements
This release may contain forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Such statements may use words such as "anticipate," "believe," "continue," "could," "estimate," "expect," "intend," "may," "predict," "project," "would," and similar expressions as they relate to us or our management. When we make forward-looking statements, we are basing them on our management's beliefs and assumptions, using information currently available to us. Although we believe that the expectations reflected in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, these forward-looking statements are subject to risks, uncertainties and assumptions, including those discussed in our filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
If one or more of these or other risks or uncertainties materialize, or if our underlying assumptions prove to be incorrect, actual results may vary materially from what we projected. Any forward-looking statements contained in this presentation reflect our current views with respect to future events and are subject to these and other risks, uncertainties and assumptions relating to our operations, results of operations, growth strategy and liquidity. We have no intention, and disclaim any obligation, to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future results or otherwise, except as required by law.
"SafeHarbor" Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Statements in this presentation regarding Alliance Data Systems Corporation's business which are not historical facts are "forward-looking statements" that involve risks and uncertainties. For a discussion of such risks and uncertainties, which could cause actual results to differ from those contained in the forward-looking statements, see "Risk Factors" in the Company's Annual Report on Form 10-K for the most recently ended fiscal year. Risk factors may be updated in Item 1A in each of the Company's Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q for each quarterly period subsequent to the Company's most recent Form 10-K.
Contact:



Alliance Data  
Coldwater Creek
Amy Pesante – Analysts/Investors 
Lyn Walther
FTI Consulting 
Investor Relations
212-850-5758 
208-265-7005
alliancedata@fticonsulting.com  
lyn.walther@thecreek.com


Tiffany Louder – Investor Relations

214-494-3048

tiffany.louder@alliancedata.com



Alyson Lupo – Media

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Companies: Alliance Data Systems Corporation Coldwater Creek Inc.
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Coldwater Creek is a leading specialty retailer of women's apparel, jewelry and accessories. The Company was founded in 1984 in Sandpoint, Idaho, and sells its merchandise through premium retail stores across the country, online, and through its mobile applications.
Coldwater Creek Cautionary Statement Regarding Forward Looking Information
This news release contains "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the securities laws. These statements are based on management's current expectations about our agreement for a new credit card program and the effect of the new credit card program on customer relationships and sales, and are subject to a number of uncertainties, risks and assumptions that may not fully materialize or may prove incorrect. As a result, our actual results may differ materially from those expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from estimates or projections contained in the forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to:
We may encounter delays in implementing our new credit card program, and our new credit card relationship may not be successful in improving customer experience, increasing our loyalty base or growing sales;
The new program is subject to termination if ADS is unable to reach an agreement to acquire the existing portfolio from the current issuer;
and such other factors as are discussed in our most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q and Current Reports on Form 8-K filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. You should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which are based on current expectations and speak only as of the date of this release. We do not assume any obligation to publicly release any revisions to forward-looking statements to reflect events or changes in our expectations after the date of this release.
About Alliance Data Retail Services
Alliance Data Retail Services is one of the nation's leading providers of branded credit card programs, with more than 120 marketing-driven private label, co-brand and commercial programs in partnership with many of North America's best-known brands. The business delivers upon its Know More. Sell More. ® commitment by leveraging customer insight to drive sales for its client partners. Leveraging deep-rooted retail industry expertise, transaction-based customer data, and advanced analytics, Alliance Data Retail Services creates turnkey, multichannel credit programs designed to help its clients develop stronger, more profitable customer relationships. Alliance Data Retail Services is part of the Alliance Data family of companies. To learn more about Alliance Data Retail Services visit www.alliancedata.com .
About Alliance Data
Alliance Data® ( ADS ) and its combined businesses is North America's largest and most comprehensive provider of transaction-based, data-driven marketing and loyalty solutions serving large, consumer-based industries. The Company creates and deploys customized solutions, enhancing the critical customer marketing experience; the result is measurably changing consumer behavior while driving business growth and profitability for some of today's most recognizable brands. Alliance Data helps its clients create and increase customer loyalty through solutions that engage millions of customers each day across multiple touch points using traditional, digital, mobile and other emerging technologies. Headquartered in Dallas, Alliance Data and its three businesses employ approximately 11,000 associates at more than 70 locations worldwide.
Alliance Data consists of three businesses: Alliance Data Retail Services, a leading provider of marketing-driven credit solutions; Epsilon®, a leading provider of multichannel, data-driven technologies and marketing services; and LoyaltyOne®, which owns and operates the AIR MILES® Reward Program, Canada's premier coalition loyalty program. For more information about the company, visit our web site, www.alliancedata.com , or follow us on Twitter via @AllianceData .
Alliance Data's Safe Harbor Statement/Forward Looking Statements
This release may contain forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Such statements may use words such as "anticipate," "believe," "continue," "could," "estimate," "expect," "intend," "may," "predict," "project," "would," and similar expressions as they relate to us or our management. When we make forward-looking statements, we are basing them on our management's beliefs and assumptions, using information currently available to us. Although we believe that the expectations reflected in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, these forward-looking statements are subject to risks, uncertainties and assumptions, including those discussed in our filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
If one or more of these or other risks or uncertainties materialize, or if our underlying assumptions prove to be incorrect, actual results may vary materially from what we projected. Any forward-looking statements contained in this presentation reflect our current views with respect to future events and are subject to these and other risks, uncertainties and assumptions relating to our operations, results of operations, growth strategy and liquidity. We have no intention, and disclaim any obligation, to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future results or otherwise, except as required by law.
"SafeHarbor" Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Statements in this presentation regarding Alliance Data Systems Corporation's business which are not historical facts are "forward-looking statements" that involve risks and uncertainties. For a discussion of such risks and uncertainties, which could cause actual results to differ from those contained in the forward-looking statements, see "Risk Factors" in the Company's Annual Report on Form 10-K for the most recently ended fiscal year. Risk factors may be updated in Item 1A in each of the Company's Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q for each quarterly period subsequent to the Company's most recent Form 10-K.
Contact:



Alliance Data  
Coldwater Creek
Amy Pesante – Analysts/Investors 
Lyn Walther
FTI Consulting 
Investor Relations
212-850-5758 
208-265-7005
alliancedata@fticonsulting.com  
lyn.walther@thecreek.com


Tiffany Louder – Investor Relations

214-494-3048

tiffany.louder@alliancedata.com



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214-494-3818

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Last June, I got into a vigorous and protracted email exchange with a NYT Magazine editor over a post I wrote critiquing one of their covers.  The fact I made their radar screen at all, I believe, is because the piece appeared on my “Reading The Pictures” Huffington Post blog and attracted a large number of comments.  (The post is still there, but the comments, for some reason, are not.)

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Anyway, the editor had several objections to my analysis, but the most virulent one had to do with the allegation that I wasn’t dealing with the actual cover.

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If you’ve been into The BAG for a while, you know that I spent most of last year in Spain.  As such, the version of the NY Times I accessed daily and exclusively — just like many of you do now — was the NY Times On-Line .  What I failed to realize back then, however (until the proverbial shit hit the fan), was that the version of the NYT Magazine cover that the NYT publishes on its NY Magazine home page is only a replica of the actual print version.  For some reason, The Times chooses to publishes on-line only a select amount of the cover text from any given dead tree edition.  (To keep the semantics straight, by the way, the editor explained that the magazine cover on their website is actually a “photo illustration.”)

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It was this discrepancy, then, which caused me to analyze the cover portrait of John Edwards (accompanying Matt Bai’s profile of Edwards as a poser-to-the-poor) as labeled with the large, bright yellow text: “INSIDE THE INCOME GAP,” without realizing that the slightly smaller headline: JOHN EDWARDS’S” (and still smaller) “WAR ON POVERTY” was also published just below his left shoulder.  (You can see links to both covers, and to my post — including at least one necessary, but several strongly recommended addendums — below.)

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Why I bring all this up — besides the fact that the misunderstanding merited further examination at the time, and I never dealt with it — is because of the difference between the on-line and print versions of the magazine cover this past Sunday.  Why I think it is significant, even crucial, in this instance, is the significance, timeliness and treatment of the current subject matter, which, enhanced by Lynsey Addario’s powerful photos, involves the status of our war in Afghanistan.



Suffice it to say, without reading the voluminous, and yes, “Lord of the Fly-ish” article by Elizabeth Rubin, these two covers (or “actual cover” versus “photo illustration”) convey very different sensibilities.  Those of you who only consume the on-line version might have been confused to see Captain Kearney, a handsome, rather confident and also bad-ass looking U.S. soldier standing in contention with a rather puny title/footnote indicating he was possessive of a quagmire.  … And, if that was the end of it, I’d say we were looking pretty good.


On the other hand, if you happen to either subscribe to The Times , with Sunday included, like I do (now that I’m stateside, and also thoroughly aware that the on-line version is missin’ a whole lotta text), or if you shell out the $5 or so at the newsstand, you’ll observe that the print version, in all its textual glory, is profoundly more complicated, ambiguous and weird.


Framing up our Afghanistan campaign as a combination of Catch-22 and Heart of Darkness , the print cover not only rubs out two of Kearney’s charges as it speaks, but devolves into a deathly hip run-on piece of irreverence.  …And that (in a rapid-fire burst of both blunt and clichéd terms) being the whole of it, I’d say Kearney — both strategically, as well as morally — is looking profoundly lost.


(On the subject of different iterations of the same thing, by the way, I should point out that the sighting and subject matter of this NYT piece closely parallels the article, Into The Valley of Death in the January edition of Vanity Fair by Sebastian Unger, illustrated by the World Press winning photos of Tim Hetherington.


I mention this specifically because Hetherington’s winning images will be the subject of next Sunday’s first BAGnewSALON discussion forum, which I’ll preview in more detail later in the week.)


Battle Company Is Out There (NYT Mag Afghanistan cover story)
NYT Magazine Home Page
June 10, 2007 NYT Magazine John Edwards print cover
June 10, 2007 NYT Magazine John Edwards on-line “photo-illustration”
Reading The Pictures: Crippling John Edwards (June 15, 2007/Huffing-ton Post)
Into the Valley of Death (Sebastian Unger/January 08 Vanity Fair)
The Fight for the Korengal (VF accompanying slide show — Tim Hetherington)


(image: Lynsey Adder for The New York Times.  2008. Korengal Valley, Afghanistan.  nytimes.com)
Tags: Afghanistan , Captain Kearney , Catch-22 , Elizabeth Rubin , Heart of Darkness , Huffington Post , images , income gap , John Edwards , Korengal Valley , Lord of the Flies , Lynsey Addario , Matt Bai , NYT Magazine , photo-illustration , photos , pictures , Reading The Pictures , Sebastian Unger , The Musical Man , Tim Hetherington , Vanity Fair , war on poverty , What Makes an Evangelical Laugh , World Press Photo
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Just remember that you’re talking about the NYTimes Magazine, a private fiefdom within the newspaper. The magazine’s attitude seems to be “Anything we say or print is perfectly fine because we make a ton of money for the company.”
And the newspaper itself, all the way up to Keller, seems to be “They make a ton of money for us so everything they say or print is fine.”
Readers frequently complain about the use and abuse of photographs and their sometimes tenuous connection to fact, and it never sticks because no one in charge cares. It’s like Bushland, where no one is ever responsible, let alone guilty, when it comes to mistakes or errors in editorial judgement.
Buzz rules the magazine, and buzz sells expensive ads. Back in the early 80’s, a popular graffiti in Lower Manhattan was “Die Yuppie Scum.” Well, those yuppies grew up, and now they’re the desired demographic of the magazine.
The implied truth of a Lexus or Mercedes ad certainly trumps that of an actual news photo. The first is, for both editors and readers, a necessity; the latter is just filler.
http://www.jaxxattaxx.com/ black dog barking
When you run a paper-inking factory like the New York Times you’ve probably been having recurring internet-related nightmares for years. Your economic model based on central production and a massive time-sensitive distribution network is, frankly, obsolete. All internet copies are effectively free, as is instantaneous world-wide distribution. Dinosaur, meet mammal.
Comparing the online and print versions of the same NYT story shows a print-based thumb on the visual quality of experience scale. Print-based looks like the superior product even if the ASCII word content of the underlying article is identical. The more elaborate masthead title banner visually argues that the bottom product is superior. Its [tag cloud]-like text swatches reach out to the viewer, promise good times inside. Buy! Me! (Not that internet version.)
The other big difference between the two is the blue-less-ness of the bottom image. Comparing a local white area from each pic, the tag on Capt Kearney’s helmet, one finds approximate RGB values of 15-14-13 in the top images versus 14-13-8 in the bottom. In RGB terms, dropping blue in relation to Red and Green produces oranges and yellows, the hues of those sunset / sunrise shots we see in movies so often. Visually more interesting, more exciting.
gasho
The words in the print edition really heap on the “oh crap” feeling, whereas the picture alone is just a (well composed and complex) picture of a soldier.
I want to take a second to thank you for highlighting these elements in our media that would otherwise go unnoticed. I also want to let you know that the BAGging doesn’t stop after the browser window is closed. I’ve been reading the Bag now for years and my mind is constantly searching the visual environment for a ‘new read’ in many many things I see during the day. Doing photography can do a similar thing to the mind… you see more. Focusing on the media and politics in this way has been a REAL eye opener for me. I’ve become extremely critical (if not savvy) about any images, juxtapositions, headlines, captions, graffiti and on and on…
Cactus
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So what are we to infer from these two about the intended audiences? Is the Sunday morning ham’n'eggs version more palatable for the relaxed audience? Or is it simply that the online version just isn’t that important because they know the online readers aren’t going to be buying a Rolex or Lexus very soon?
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Cactus: Or maybe the first was just their attempts to make the image look reasonable on a computer monitor, and the resulting changes in apparent message were a coincidence and/or byproduct of the fact that whoever did the web conversion wasn’t consciously taking visual communication into account? Both the color correction and the teensy anti-aliased text from the print cover look pretty questionable on a computer screen, especially at 400×543.
Astrogall
I read the original article before seeing the cover. More than anything it reminded me of Vietnam reporting. The words on the cover give off a similar spaced out sixties free form association vibe.
Astrogall
And once that’s in my mind I notice the green in the combat uniform and the dark background which could be jungle rather than the brown deserts of Iraq and Afghanistan. The strident words and their different fonts encourage the idea of this being the cover of ‘Rolling Stone’ circa 1969.
http://homepage.mac.com/garyligi/iblog/C811450514/E20070412172233/index.... Dr Faustroll
Yeah, but at least the surge is working. I just read that after the drawdown, we’ll have between 5 and 10 more reverse targets of opportunity spreading freedomocracy over there then when we asked to give it a chance to work. By the time John McCain completes his first 100 days, we can probably expect troops levels to starting to get to pre-Tet-offensive levels, just with a volunteer force! Imagine that! Oh NOMF™ that has such ignint essos in it.
http://home.comcast.net/~sfs73/index.html MonsieurGonzo
the cover on a print magazine is an advertisement for its content.
the image of a magazine cover ‘on a website’ is neither an advertisement, nor a container .
(“rtbag” has here on the BAG not-really-A- bag written extensively about this distinction
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Rubin’s piece doesn’t parallel Sebastian Junger’s piece in Vanity Fair—she seems to have picked up where Junger left off. Junger’s piece has an afterword that refers to casualties that occurred after he’d left Battle Company, and the same casualties are mentioned in Rubin’s piece. Captain Kearney must be weary of having all those journos hanging around his unit by now.
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Last June, I got into a vigorous and protracted email exchange with a NYT Magazine editor over a post I wrote critiquing one of their covers.  The fact I made their radar screen at all, I believe, is because the piece appeared on my “Reading The Pictures” Huffington Post blog and attracted a large number of comments.  (The post is still there, but the comments, for some reason, are not.)
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If you’ve been into The BAG for a while, you know that I spent most of last year in Spain.  As such, the version of the NY Times I accessed daily and exclusively — just like many of you do now — was the NY Times On-Line .  What I failed to realize back then, however (until the proverbial shit hit the fan), was that the version of the NYT Magazine cover that the NYT publishes on its NY Magazine home page is only a replica of the actual print version.  For some reason, The Times chooses to publishes on-line only a select amount of the cover text from any given dead tree edition.  (To keep the semantics straight, by the way, the editor explained that the magazine cover on their website is actually a “photo illustration.”)
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It was this discrepancy, then, which caused me to analyze the cover portrait of John Edwards (accompanying Matt Bai’s profile of Edwards as a poser-to-the-poor) as labeled with the large, bright yellow text: “INSIDE THE INCOME GAP,” without realizing that the slightly smaller headline: JOHN EDWARDS’S” (and still smaller) “WAR ON POVERTY” was also published just below his left shoulder.  (You can see links to both covers, and to my post — including at least one necessary, but several strongly recommended addendums — below.)
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Why I bring all this up — besides the fact that the misunderstanding merited further examination at the time, and I never dealt with it — is because of the difference between the on-line and print versions of the magazine cover this past Sunday.  Why I think it is significant, even crucial, in this instance, is the significance, timeliness and treatment of the current subject matter, which, enhanced by Lynsey Addario’s powerful photos, involves the status of our war in Afghanistan.

Suffice it to say, without reading the voluminous, and yes, “Lord of the Fly-ish” article by Elizabeth Rubin, these two covers (or “actual cover” versus “photo illustration”) convey very different sensibilities.  Those of you who only consume the on-line version might have been confused to see Captain Kearney, a handsome, rather confident and also bad-ass looking U.S. soldier standing in contention with a rather puny title/footnote indicating he was possessive of a quagmire.  … And, if that was the end of it, I’d say we were looking pretty good.
On the other hand, if you happen to either subscribe to The Times , with Sunday included, like I do (now that I’m stateside, and also thoroughly aware that the on-line version is missin’ a whole lotta text), or if you shell out the $5 or so at the newsstand, you’ll observe that the print version, in all its textual glory, is profoundly more complicated, ambiguous and weird.
Framing up our Afghanistan campaign as a combination of Catch-22 and Heart of Darkness , the print cover not only rubs out two of Kearney’s charges as it speaks, but devolves into a deathly hip run-on piece of irreverence.  …And that (in a rapid-fire burst of both blunt and clichéd terms) being the whole of it, I’d say Kearney — both strategically, as well as morally — is looking profoundly lost.
(On the subject of different iterations of the same thing, by the way, I should point out that the sighting and subject matter of this NYT piece closely parallels the article, Into The Valley of Death in the January edition of Vanity Fair by Sebastian Unger, illustrated by the World Press winning photos of Tim Hetherington.
I mention this specifically because Hetherington’s winning images will be the subject of next Sunday’s first BAGnewSALON discussion forum, which I’ll preview in more detail later in the week.)
Battle Company Is Out There (NYT Mag Afghanistan cover story)
NYT Magazine Home Page
June 10, 2007 NYT Magazine John Edwards print cover
June 10, 2007 NYT Magazine John Edwards on-line “photo-illustration”
Reading The Pictures: Crippling John Edwards (June 15, 2007/Huffing-ton Post)
Into the Valley of Death (Sebastian Unger/January 08 Vanity Fair)
The Fight for the Korengal (VF accompanying slide show — Tim Hetherington)
(image: Lynsey Adder for The New York Times.  2008. Korengal Valley, Afghanistan.  nytimes.com)
Tags: Afghanistan , Captain Kearney , Catch-22 , Elizabeth Rubin , Heart of Darkness , Huffington Post , images , income gap , John Edwards , Korengal Valley , Lord of the Flies , Lynsey Addario , Matt Bai , NYT Magazine , photo-illustration , photos , pictures , Reading The Pictures , Sebastian Unger , The Musical Man , Tim Hetherington , Vanity Fair , war on poverty , What Makes an Evangelical Laugh , World Press Photo
weisseharre
tun’l(‘n’hi)lite
arty
Just remember that you’re talking about the NYTimes Magazine, a private fiefdom within the newspaper. The magazine’s attitude seems to be “Anything we say or print is perfectly fine because we make a ton of money for the company.”
And the newspaper itself, all the way up to Keller, seems to be “They make a ton of money for us so everything they say or print is fine.”
Readers frequently complain about the use and abuse of photographs and their sometimes tenuous connection to fact, and it never sticks because no one in charge cares. It’s like Bushland, where no one is ever responsible, let alone guilty, when it comes to mistakes or errors in editorial judgement.
Buzz rules the magazine, and buzz sells expensive ads. Back in the early 80’s, a popular graffiti in Lower Manhattan was “Die Yuppie Scum.” Well, those yuppies grew up, and now they’re the desired demographic of the magazine.
The implied truth of a Lexus or Mercedes ad certainly trumps that of an actual news photo. The first is, for both editors and readers, a necessity; the latter is just filler.
http://www.jaxxattaxx.com/ black dog barking
When you run a paper-inking factory like the New York Times you’ve probably been having recurring internet-related nightmares for years. Your economic model based on central production and a massive time-sensitive distribution network is, frankly, obsolete. All internet copies are effectively free, as is instantaneous world-wide distribution. Dinosaur, meet mammal.
Comparing the online and print versions of the same NYT story shows a print-based thumb on the visual quality of experience scale. Print-based looks like the superior product even if the ASCII word content of the underlying article is identical. The more elaborate masthead title banner visually argues that the bottom product is superior. Its [tag cloud]-like text swatches reach out to the viewer, promise good times inside. Buy! Me! (Not that internet version.)
The other big difference between the two is the blue-less-ness of the bottom image. Comparing a local white area from each pic, the tag on Capt Kearney’s helmet, one finds approximate RGB values of 15-14-13 in the top images versus 14-13-8 in the bottom. In RGB terms, dropping blue in relation to Red and Green produces oranges and yellows, the hues of those sunset / sunrise shots we see in movies so often. Visually more interesting, more exciting.
gasho
The words in the print edition really heap on the “oh crap” feeling, whereas the picture alone is just a (well composed and complex) picture of a soldier.
I want to take a second to thank you for highlighting these elements in our media that would otherwise go unnoticed. I also want to let you know that the BAGging doesn’t stop after the browser window is closed. I’ve been reading the Bag now for years and my mind is constantly searching the visual environment for a ‘new read’ in many many things I see during the day. Doing photography can do a similar thing to the mind… you see more. Focusing on the media and politics in this way has been a REAL eye opener for me. I’ve become extremely critical (if not savvy) about any images, juxtapositions, headlines, captions, graffiti and on and on…
Cactus
blackdog: Once again, nail on the head. I thought the color shift was due to TheBag copying the print cover. So not only does the print copy hide the other men in the ‘hole’ but further de-emphasizes his stark reality with the color shift. So are we supposed to have the warm fuzzies for the good Capt. by this shift and the lead words, “I feel like Dr. Phil” (TV’s huggy bear) when in reality his situation, and that of his crew are cold, dangerous and, according to the ‘fine print’ on the cover, horrific?
So what are we to infer from these two about the intended audiences? Is the Sunday morning ham’n'eggs version more palatable for the relaxed audience? Or is it simply that the online version just isn’t that important because they know the online readers aren’t going to be buying a Rolex or Lexus very soon?
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Cactus: Or maybe the first was just their attempts to make the image look reasonable on a computer monitor, and the resulting changes in apparent message were a coincidence and/or byproduct of the fact that whoever did the web conversion wasn’t consciously taking visual communication into account? Both the color correction and the teensy anti-aliased text from the print cover look pretty questionable on a computer screen, especially at 400×543.
Astrogall
I read the original article before seeing the cover. More than anything it reminded me of Vietnam reporting. The words on the cover give off a similar spaced out sixties free form association vibe.
Astrogall
And once that’s in my mind I notice the green in the combat uniform and the dark background which could be jungle rather than the brown deserts of Iraq and Afghanistan. The strident words and their different fonts encourage the idea of this being the cover of ‘Rolling Stone’ circa 1969.
http://homepage.mac.com/garyligi/iblog/C811450514/E20070412172233/index.... Dr Faustroll
Yeah, but at least the surge is working. I just read that after the drawdown, we’ll have between 5 and 10 more reverse targets of opportunity spreading freedomocracy over there then when we asked to give it a chance to work. By the time John McCain completes his first 100 days, we can probably expect troops levels to starting to get to pre-Tet-offensive levels, just with a volunteer force! Imagine that! Oh NOMF™ that has such ignint essos in it.
http://home.comcast.net/~sfs73/index.html MonsieurGonzo
the cover on a print magazine is an advertisement for its content.
the image of a magazine cover ‘on a website’ is neither an advertisement, nor a container .
(“rtbag” has here on the BAG not-really-A- bag written extensively about this distinction
Toe Tag
Rubin’s piece doesn’t parallel Sebastian Junger’s piece in Vanity Fair—she seems to have picked up where Junger left off. Junger’s piece has an afterword that refers to casualties that occurred after he’d left Battle Company, and the same casualties are mentioned in Rubin’s piece. Captain Kearney must be weary of having all those journos hanging around his unit by now.
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''I watch a fair bit of them with Sam being up there, their form is pretty unbelievable at the moment,'' Reid said. ''Their two-way running as midfielders is probably the best in the competition.
''They have 10 or 12 guys who can run through there. Even the young guys who have come in - [Tom] Mitchell and [Luke] Parker - have added another string to their midfield. It's a pretty scary midfield.
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Running both ways, football speak for a midfield's ability to both attack and defend, has been a major talking point for Collingwood, especially after Scott Pendlebury accused his team's on-ballers of ''cheating'' earlier in the season.
''Every team has to look at Sydney and aspire to be as good as them,'' Reid said.
''If you get caught running just one way you're going to get found out sooner rather than later. To our midfield's credit, since Pendles said that, they've turned it around.''
The Swans have well and truly lifted their Magpies curse, emphatically winning their past two games after an 11-game losing streak over seven seasons.
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''They were so quick getting the ball from half-back into the forward line, the way they spread from the stoppages and run forward hard to get on the end of it.
''They were pretty exciting to watch. Slick is the best word to describe how they played that night.''
That game started a run of injury for young forward Sam Reid, who is racing the clock recovering from his second quadriceps strain in time for the finals. His brother also broke down twice with the same injury last year, though his was not as serious as Sam's, costing him five games in the first half of the season.
Ben has made the switch from defence to attack this year and his brother may have to do the reverse when he returns, due to Kurt Tippett's hot form and Jesse White's recent improvement.
''He's got the ability to play either end; he's certainly got the athletic ability to play as a defender,'' Ben Reid said of his brother.
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Anyone with information about the case is encouraged to call the Police Department’s anonymous tip line at (415) 575-4444 or send a tip by text message to TIP411 with “SFPD” in the message.
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Anyone with information about the case is encouraged to call the Police Department’s anonymous tip line at (415) 575-4444 or send a tip by text message to TIP411 with “SFPD” in the message.
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The suspects drove around in the car for several minutes with the victim and took his cellphone, wallet, laptop and two watches before pulling him out of the vehicle and driving away, according to Esparza.
The victim declined medical treatment for the injuries he suffered in the attack, Esparza said.
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Anyone with information about the case is encouraged to call the Police Department’s anonymous tip line at (415) 575-4444 or send a tip by text message to TIP411 with “SFPD” in the message.
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