No such luck. Here's the full title of the article: Fighting cannibalization: Optimization techniques used to plan operations can also be applied to sales and marketing.
The article is about cannibalization of the business sort:
In marketing, cannibalization refers to a reduction in the sales volume, sales revenue, or market share of one product as a result of the introduction of a new product by the same producer.
For example, if Coca Cola were to intoduce a similar product (say, Diet Coke or Cherry Coke), this new product could take some of the sales away from the original Coke. Cannibalization is an important consideration in product portfolio analysis.
Oh well, back to my lunch.