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OtterBox unveils exotic patterns for iPhone

BY Gina Acosta

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — OtterBox is giving consumers new options when it comes to phone cases with its new Strada Series, featuring genuine leather with exotic patterns and styling.

Making their public debut during New York Fashion Week, the new Strada Series patterns cover iPhone in a slim protective shell with a premium leather exterior. The design combines a classic, tailored look with slim protection. Strada Series is coming soon in Oynx, classic black with accent stitching, and two chic snakeskin patterns, Stone Serpent and Wooded Serpent.

"Leather is a classic fashion trend that never goes out of style," said OtterBox CEO Jim Parke. "The new Strada Series styles have a truly classic look with a premium feel that continue to withstand the realities of daily life."

While designed with sophistication at the forefront, Strada Series also offers trusted OtterBox protection. The leather iPhone 6s case helps protect against bumps, shock and scratches with a super slim, sleek form. The slightly raised edge along the front of the case keeps the iPhone display from making contact during face-down drops and an included Alpha Glass screen protector stops scratches from reaching your brilliant display.

Strada Series Limited Edition + Alpha Glass for iPhone 6/6s, $79.95, and iPhone 6 Plus/6s Plus, $89.95, in Onyx, Wooded Serpent and Stone Serpent patterns are coming soon to retailers nationwide.

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AmerisourceBergen VP strategic accounts retires after storied 37-year career

BY Michael Johnsen

VALLEY FORGE, Pa.  – Jerry Dale Cline, AmerisourceBergen VP strategic accounts, community & specialty pharmacy group is retiring after a 37-year career in the wholesale and retail drug industry, the wholesaler announced recently.

Cline began his drug wholesaler career at Fox-Vliet Drug Company in 1979. While there, Cline was a sales consultant at a time preceding the prime-vendor concept. He had the task of managing a variety of retailers, hospitals and clinics and transitioning his accounts from placing orders over the telephone to using an electronic order-entry platform.

In 1982, Cline joined one of AmerisourceBergen’s predecessor companies, Bergen Brunswig, where he was on the leading edge of the wholesale drug industry transition from a fractured purchasing platform to an established prime-vendor model. In 1990, Cline was promoted to division manager of Bergen Brunswig’s Tulsa Oklahoma Distribution Center, where he led a group of more than 100 associates servicing a diverse customer base in Oklahoma and Arkansas.

Cline continued to advance to more challenging roles, ultimately serving as SVP retail sales and marketing. Most recently, Cline served as VP strategic accounts at AmerisourceBergen since 2012.

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Report: Instacart has changed grocery stores for good

BY Gina Acosta

Instacart, the grocery-ordering app, is getting creative about picking, packing and delivering food on-demand. According to TechCrunch, the company’s people and technology show that the San Francisco startup has changed grocery stores for good. (TechCrunch)

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