Embattled French bank Paribas announced Friday that it will launch Europe's first cross-border Internet brokerage by the end of the month and will team up with American online brokerage firm Ameritrade to sell European stocks to U.S. investors by year's end.
Two months after forging a four year, $89 million (US$) strategic marketing agreement, America Online and drkoop.com (Nasdaq: KOOP) unveiled the healthcare network's exclusive content on AOL's Health Channel.
Blending what they believe to be the right mix of Internet technology, financial resources and traditional design sense, GoodHome.com and nHabit.com announced a merger Thursday. Under the terms of the agreement, nHabit.com will be folded into the GoodHome.com name.
San Jose, California-based Concentric Network Corp. (Nasdaq: CNCX), a provider of e-business services for small and medium-sized companies, took its first step into Europe Wednesday with the purchase of London-based Internet Technology Group plc (ITG). ITG is one of Britain's largest ISPs.
American electronic media giants AOL (NYSE: AOL) and TV Guide Online announced an agreement Wednesday that will bring TV Guide's listings and content into AOL's network. The financial terms of the pact were not disclosed.
Claiming that rapid growth over the last few months has pushed up customer demand, Pets.com announced Wednesday that it is opening a 140,000 square-foot distribution center in Union City, California.
Despite being overshadowed by Tuesday's announcement that Viacom will buy CBS for $37 billion in stock, SportsLine Europe -- the subsidiary of an Internet sports content provider with a strong CBS connection -- announced the launch of its first country-specific site, France.sports.com.
Leading online retailer Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) has extended its string of key executive appointments by installing a former Delta Airlines executive as its new chief financial officer.
GoodHome.com continued its strong build-up today by announcing an anchor tenant marketing agreement with America Online and a premier sponsorship agreement with Women.com. The company plans to launch its Web site by the end of the year.
Capitalizing on an industry shift toward digital music distribution, Internet digital music software provider, Liquid Audio, Inc. (Nasdaq: LQID), said Friday that it has added new releases from virtually every large record label and also expanded its distribution network.
Enlarging a time-honored concept that has turned unknowns into sensations, the digital music site MP3.com (Nasdaq: MPPP) announced Friday that it is embarking on a tour of 28 college campuses across the U.S. to feature its music and technology offerings.
Priceline.com(Nasdaq: PCLN) announced Thursday that it is expanding its car buying service to five more states.
For sports fans across the nation who gripe about the state of collegiate and professional sports these days, the new legal sports site launched by FindLaw, Inc. will add more fuel to the fire.
New Internet venture capital firm eCompanies announced Wednesday that a soon-to-be-launched online hobby site will be the first of many investments in Internet start-ups. The financial terms were not disclosed.
In a move that is expected to catapult China to the next level of Internet commerce, the People's Bank of China has signed up a Texas-based company, Sun Microsystems' Chinese subsidiary and a Beijing-based software firm to provide secure authentication tools for the bank's e-commerce projects.
Self-avowed music rebel MP3.com and established media conglomerate Cox Interactive Media announced Tuesday that they will form a new company to create a network of Internet music portal sites.
Ancestry.com, one of the Web's leading genealogy sites, has obtained a cool $33.2 million (US$) in second round funding.
BizRate.com, a Los-Angeles, California-based merchant ratings site, announced Monday that venerable consumer resource Consumer Reports will feature its ratings and research in both the print and online editions.
Online postage pioneer E-Stamp Corporation unveiled its service on the Microsoft Office Update Web site Thursday, just over two weeks after the U.S. Postal Service gave the go-ahead to sell stamps over the Internet.
On the verge of an initial public offering, Women.com announced Wednesday that it has licensed its content to a Japanese women's site in its first international venture.