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E-Procurement Leaders Cut Deals with Giant Banks

German software giant SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) has teamed with Deutsche Bank AG to offer financial and technical services to firms that are engaged in online trading on SAP's new business-to-business (B2B) network.

U.S. To Foster Argentinean E-Commerce

The United States has unveiled a pact with Argentina to help bring the South American country's e-commerce capability up to speed with Asian and European competitors.

Dupont Enters Industrial B2B Marketplace

DuPont Corp. (NYSE: DD), the 198 year-old science-based solutions company, announced Friday that it will work with Internet Capital Group (Nasdaq: ICGE) to create an online business-to-business (B2B) market for industrial goods and services.

Clinton Outlines Plan for Hacker Counter-Attack

At a brief meeting with supporters from the computing community this week, President Bill Clinton laid out a plan for the U.S. government to respond to the national security threat that has been highlighted over the past two weeks by hacker attacks on popular Internet sites.

Report: Women E-Shoppers Most Troubled by Hacker Attacks

New research data shows that women who regularly shop online are much more concerned than men about the safety of e-commerce after the recent spate of hacker attacks on such well known sites as eBay, Yahoo!, and CNN.

Valentine’s Shoppers Favor Niche Sites Over E-tail Giants

According to research firm Nielsen//NetRatings, this year's online Valentine's Day shoppers clearly preferred niche sites to online superstores.

U.S. Commerce Department Targets $175M E-Commerce Budget

The U.S. Department of Commerce has earmarked $175 million (US$) for e-commerce initiatives in its fiscal year 2001 budget, but the proposal faces certain opposition in the Republican-led Congress.

Study: E-Commerce Brand Names Trump Clever Marketing

A new study from ActivMedia Research shows that even the most aggressive e-commerce marketing strategies are unable to compete step-for-step with the power of brand names and built-in customer loyalty.

Study: Valentine’s Day To Attract 11 Million E-Shoppers

With less than a week until Valentine's Day -- the second most popular U.S. gift-giving holiday behind Christmas -- researchers are already predicting how many people will shop online and what they will buy.

FTC: E-Commerce Mediations Should Replace Lawsuits

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has announced that it wants to promote mediation over lawsuits as a means to resolve disputes about basic consumer transactions conducted over the Internet.

CIOs Turning Attention from Y2K to E-Commerce

A recent poll of leading chief information officers (CIOs) at U.S.-based businesses shows that 65 percent consider e-commerce to have supplanted Y2K as their leading technology issue.

Congress and Clinton Duplicate E-Commerce Initiatives

The U.S. Department of Commerce is ready to let the public help shape its policy on electronic commerce, but more than a dozen members of Congress have decided that they already know what the public wants.

Former Education Czar Brings E-Commerce to Public Schools

Former U.S. Secretary of Education and two-time presidential candidate Lamar Alexander is entering the world of e-commerce as the founder and chairman of, a Web site that is designed to help public schools save money by procuring goods and services online.

Amazon Promotional Deal Nets $145M

E-tail giant has announced its third major promotional deal in roughly a week, bringing its tally to a tidy $332.5 million (US$).

Lawmakers Renew Fight for Internet Tax Ban

U.S. House of Representatives Policy Chairman Christopher Cox (R-California) announced Monday that he and Senator Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) will mount a fresh challenge to Internet taxation this legislative session by introducing a new "Internet Non-Discrimination Act."

Internet Wholesale Club Takes Aim at Costco Online

In an effort to challenge Costco Online's stranglehold on the Internet wholesale club market share, New York-based HouseHold has launched an online store with an aggressive discount pricing plan.

FTC Panelist Advocates Online Access to Personal Info CEO Daniel Kaufman, a member of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission's Internet privacy panel, is urging his colleagues to back a plan to give online consumers access to information that is collected about them.

3Com Funds ‘Digital Divide’ Programs in 10 U.S. Cities

Network hardware developer 3Com Corp. (Nasdaq: COMS) has announced plans to donate a total of $1 million (US$) in networking equipment and consulting services to 10 U.S. cities that are ready to implement programs to help minorities and low-income families access the Internet.

Upscale Jewelry Firms To Form E-Commerce Site

In an effort to improve the upscale jewelry industry's relatively minimal use of the mass-merchandising nature of the Internet, 16 upscale brick-and-mortar jewelry manufacturers and retailers are joining together to sell their branded fine jewelry online. Pays $40M For Prominence on AltaVista

In what is starting to become the Internet's equivalent of the old brick-and-mortar cry of "location, location, location," e-commerce moving firm is paying $40 million (US$) to popular portal AltaVista for preferred space on their site.

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