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E-Commerce Boosts Web Ads

California-based advertising consultancy AdKnowledge released its second annual Online Advertising Report this week, with some interesting implications for e-commerce. Based on advertising statistics from more than 1,400 web sites, the "Year in Review" report concludes that e-commerce sites are fuel...

eBay Reports Profit on Revenues of $47 Million; Announces 3-to-1 Stock Split

Web auction site eBay Inc. (Nasdaq: EBAY) reported impressive 1998 year-end and fourth-quarter results on Tuesday, along with plans for an upcoming 3-for-1 stock split. In fact, the company's release was filled with good news for investors.

CyberCash Posts $31 Million Loss; Releases Upgrade for Microsoft Site Server

CyberCash, Inc. (Nasdaq: CYCH) made two announcements today, including 1998 year-end results, and release of enhanced payment software for Microsoft Site Server -- the second bit of news coming, perhaps, to soften the impact of a $31 million loss (US$).

iShip Announces New E-Commerce Shipping Service

Small businesses and entrepreneurs selling online may find welcome relief from their shipping woes when iShip.com goes live next month. At least, that's what the young company's founders are hoping for, as they launch a Web-based shipping service designed specifically for e-commerce.

WorldGate and QVC Link TV Viewers to Internet Shopping

WorldGate Communications Inc. has developed a new technology called Channel HyperLinkingSM that enables TV viewers to connect from a television program or commercial directly to the corresponding website. Over the past year, the company has been signing up TV stations to carry hyperlinked content; a...

An E-Commerce Star is Born: Baltimore, Inc.

In conjunction with the RSA Data Security conference this week in San Jose, California, Baltimore made a number of announcements regarding its new e-commerce security technology, new customers and partnerships. Though you probably never heard of the company before, it looks like Baltimore will be a ...

911gifts.com Snags AOL Premier Status

911gifts.com has expanded its relationship with America Online and will now be featured as the premier provider for last minute gifts on AOL's Shopping Channel, in the Quick Gifts area. With AOL's broad reach, 911gifts expects to see a big boost in traffic and sales from the additional exposure and ...

Reel.com Gives Visa Top Billing

Internet-based video store Reel.com announced a strategic partnership this week with Visa U.S.A. In fact, this announcement represents one of many e-commerce partnerships that the credit-card giant is making with online merchants.

Visa Reports Holiday Online Shopping Was a Hit

Were holiday online shoppers satisfied with their e-commerce experience or not? The answer is different, depending on whom you ask.

Onsale.com Shifts Gears To Sell PCs At Cost

On Tuesday, Internet retailer and auctioneer Onsale, Inc. announced a major shift in its e-commerce strategy. In addition to selling excess computers and accessories through its popular auction site, the company will now also sell new PC equipment virtually at cost, meaning at a margin just $5 to $1...

Jupiter Reports Holiday Online Shopping Complaints

In a new report, Internet research firm Jupiter Communications indicates that online shoppers were less satisfied with their shopping experience during the holidays than they were six months ago. The Report also found that 44% of US online households shopped online during the November/December holid...

MotherNature.com Raises $16 Million for E-Commerce Biz

To fuel ongoing growth and help fend off big-name competitors, Mother Nature.com Inc. has raised $23 million (US$) since mid-'98, including $16 million that was just raised in a second round of financing.

Sunglass Hut Buys Online Competitor Shades.com

As part of its e-commerce expansion plan, Sunglass Hut International (Nasdaq:RAYS) has acquired Internet competitor Shades.com, its sister site Swiss Army Depot.com, and related wholesale operations for approximately US $4 million.

Oracle Announces $100 Million To Fund E-Commerce Ventures

Software giant Oracle Corp. has formed a venture fund of $100 million (US$) to help companies develop e-commerce products and services, using Oracle8iTM software. This could be a golden opportunity for e-commerce software and service developers who need outside investment and marketing muscle to mov...

TheTrip.Com and Visa Introduce E-Commerce Rewards Program

TheTrip.com and Visa U.S.A. have launched a new e-commerce program that rewards travelers with bonus miles each time they purchase airline tickets online. In addition to the obvious benefit for e-commerce buyers, this rewards program highlights a strategic opportunity for e-commerce merchants.

CBS Sportsline Announces New E-Commerce Reseller Program

CBS Sportsline (Nasdaq: SPLN) will launch a new affiliate program to resell its line of sports-related merchandise online. The program will be named the 'Premier Sports Internet Affiliate Network' and will be developed with LinkShare Corporation, a provider of Internet affiliate program technology.

IIS Teams with Microsoft for New E-Comm Solution

Integrated Information Systems (IIS) announced the release of a new web-based order management system that automates e-commerce order processing. By reducing the back-office steps involved with processing online sales, IIS hopes the new system will help e-commerce sites reduce costs, and improve pro...

Rite Aid and GNC Earmark $9 Million to Sell Nutrition Online

Rite Aid (NYSE, PSE: RAD) and General Nutrition Companies (Nasdaq: GNCI) announced plans Thursday to develop a co-branded online store, selling nutrition and dietary supplements. With a full $9 million (US) earmarked for advertising and marketing the site, the companies clearly hope to compete with ...

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