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E-Commerce Stock Watch: PCOrder.com Stock Soars on Debut

Shares of PCOrder.com (Nasdaq: PCOR), a Texas-based business that provides e-commerce technology to computer companies, were up 124 percent on their first day of trading on Friday. The initial public offering was priced at $21, and closed up 26-1/8 to 47-1/8 after being as high as 59-1/2.

E-Commerce Stock Watch: Intraware Sees Modest Gain

Intraware (Nasdaq: ITRA), which sells software to companies over the Internet, also went public on Friday. Shares of Intraware closed up 2-7/8 to 18-7/8, a decent 18 percent gain. The stock was as high as 23-3/38 on its first day of trading.

E-Commerce Stock Watch: Addicted to Trading?

One quick glance at the daily volume of Amazon.com reveals that the limited number of shares in the float are often changing hands several times in the same day. This can hardly be called investing.

E-Commerce Stock Watch: Compaq Gets Hammered

Shares of Compaq (NYSE: CPQ) were down 5-5/8 to 35-3/8 on Friday, after the world's No. 1 manufacturer of PCs said that sales have been weak so far this year. The announcement led to a bad day overall in the computer sector, as many other big names, including IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Gateway (NYSE:GTW) w...

Barnes & Noble Gets Exclusive with Go2Net

There aren't many stocks hotter than Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) right now, but Barnes & Noble (NYSE: BKS) isn't conceding anything in the heated battle between the online booksellers. On Thursday, Go2Net, Inc. (Nasdaq: GNET) announced that it has signed an agreement to make Barnes and Noble the e...

E-Commerce Stock Watch: US West’s $1 Billion Goal

US West (NYSE: USW) provided all sorts of reasons to be bullish at its annual investor conference on Thursday. The company plans to double the number of customers using its "Advanced PCS" wireless service in 1999 and exceed 250,000 subscribers for its Internet access service. US West also said it ex...

E-Commerce Stock Watch: Intuit Gets Boost from E-Commerce

Personal finance software company Intuit (Nasdaq: INTU) reported solid second-quarter earnings of $1.34 (US$) a share on Thursday, compared to 95 cents a share a year ago. One big reason for the earnings growth was a 150 percent rise in e-commerce revenues, which now account for 10 percent of the co...

E-Commerce Stock Watch: eBay Set to Split

Just a reminder. Today is the last day to buy (or sell) shares of eBay (Nasdaq: EBAY) before its 3-for-1 stock split on Monday.

Barnes & Noble Gets Exclusive with Go2Net

There aren't many stocks hotter than Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) right now, but Barnes & Noble (NYSE: BKS) isn't conceding anything in the heated battle between the online booksellers. On Thursday, Go2Net, Inc. (Nasdaq: GNET) announced that it has signed an agreement to make Barnes and Noble the e...

Amazon.Com Grabs Big Chunk of Drugstore.Com

Looking for yet another reason to be bullish about Amazon.com? There's now an extremely compelling one. Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) announced on Wednesday that it owns approximately a 46 percent stake of online drug retailer Drugstore.com.

E-Commerce Stock Watch: Another Day, Another Outage

Charles Schwab's online trading system was down for about an hour Wednesday morning. The problems at Schwab (NYSE: SCH) should have investors wondering if any online broker is completely dependable. Three weeks ago, E*Trade (Nasdaq: EGRP) suffered service outages on three days. And other brokers, in...

E-Commerce Stock Watch: Look Ma, No Computer

E-commerce without a computer is already here. Discount broker Muriel Siebert & Co. (Nasdaq: SIEB) is now offering a pager that will let investors check their portfolio, get real-time quotes, send e-mail, and trade stocks wherever they are, whether it's the office, the gym or at a bus stop. The ...

E-Commerce Stock Watch: Will Bluefly Fly High?

Shares of online clothing retailer Bluefly (Nasdaq: BFLY) climbed 2-9/16 to 12-13/16 after the company announced that it had signed a deal with the GO Network. Bluefly will be prominently featured on the GO Network's shopping section.

Compaq Scales Back E-Commerce Strategy

At the beginning of the year, Compaq (NYSE: CPQ) CEO Eckhard Pfeiffer declared that his company's "top strategic priority is Internet leadership in the industry." Well, for now, it looks like that strategy surprisingly includes making Compaq computers harder to buy on the Internet. Compaq confirmed ...

E-Commerce Stock Watch: Amazon.com Turns Up the Heat on Barnes & Noble

Barnes & Noble (NYSE: BKS) stock got hammered on Tuesday, dropping 4-9/16 (12.76 percent) to 31-3/16 after the bookseller warned that its earnings will fall below estimates for the last fiscal year and that it expects slower earnings growth this year.

E-Commerce Stock Watch: And, Speaking of Amazon.com…

Amazon.com stock has looked unstoppable in recent days. Positive comments by CIBC Oppenheimer Henry Blodget helped boost the shares up 12-3/8 to 101-7/8 on Friday. And the stock has climbed almost 15 points higher in just two trading sessions after that.

E-Commerce Stock Watch: Blodget Goes to Merrill Lynch

Discussion about the Internet sector is so heated that it can turn analysts into pseudo-celebrities. Just ask Henry Blodget, who has left CIBC Oppenheimer for Merrill Lynch. Blodget will fill the vacancy left by superstar Jonathan Cohen, who recently departed for online investment bank Wit Capital.

E-Commerce Stock Watch: Amazon.com Turns Up the Heat on Barnes & Noble

Barnes & Noble (NYSE: BKS) stock got hammered on Tuesday, dropping 4-9/16 (12.76 percent) to 31-3/16 after the bookseller warned that its earnings will fall below estimates for the last fiscal year and that it expects slower earnings growth this year.

Analysis: Beyond.com Still Lacks Brand Awareness

Software reseller Beyond.com's (Nasdaq: BYND) merger with privately held rival BuyDirect.com is, of course, a significant deal. But potential investors shouldn't get too excited. Online software retailing is a hypercompetitive, low-margin business, and right now the combination of Beyond.com and Buy...

E-Commerce Stock Watch: E*Trade Gets a Boost

Looks like E*Trade's recent service outages are being overshadowed by good news. Monday was a major day for the company in many ways. The stock closed up 8-7/16 to 48-9/16 after the Wall Street Journal speculated about a possible deal between E*Trade (Nasdaq: EGRP) and Goldman Sachs.

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