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Tech Stock Standouts of 2001 – If You Only Knew

Took another bath in tech stocks this year, did ya? ...

Yahoo! Expands Sponsored Searches

Popular search engine Yahoo! (Nasdaq: YHOO) will trade high-profile positioning for dollars under a new agreement with Overture Services -- formerly known as GoTo.com ...

One Year Ago: eBay Broadens Scope with Half.com Buy

Online auctioneer eBay has expanded into the fixed-price marketplace by agreeing to purchase person-to-person Web marketplace Half.com in a stock deal valued at US$350 million. ...

Tech Stocks, Nasdaq Tumble on Corning Warning

Hit with a mid-morning warning from Corning, Inc. (NYSE: GLW) that sales for the first half of the year will be slower than previously thought, U.S. technology stocks took a tumble Thursday, with the Nasdaq Composite Stock Index losing more than a quarter of its 2001 gains ...

Special Report: No More E-Commerce IPOs?

According to venture capital research firm VentureOne, there was not a single venture-backed e-commerce initial public offering (IPO) in the last three quarters of 2000. ...

Study: E-Holiday Out Like a Lamb

Traffic to retail Web sites ebbed in the final week of the holiday shoppingseason, according to statistics compiled by Media Metrix, providing furtherevidence that online shoppers completed their shopping early this year ...

Reports Show E-Holiday Peaked Early

Two new studies indicate that consumers remain wary of making last-minute holiday purchases online, although the reports disagree about exactly when this year's holiday shopping reached its zenith ...

AOL, NTT DoCoMo in Wireless Net Pact

America Online, Inc. (NYSE: AOL) and Japan's NTT DoCoMo announced plans Wednesday to provide wireless Internet services in Japan and other countries as well ...

IBM and Kana in Customer Service Deal

Industry giant IBM (NYSE: IBM) and e-commerce software company Kana Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: KANA) announced plans Wednesday to help companies that do business on the Internet improve their customer service ...

eBay Q2 Results Top Estimates

eBay, Inc. (Nasdaq: EBAY) reported stronger than expected results for the second quarter, as revenue rose 97 percent and the number of people using the online auction service grew ...

Webvan To Buy HomeGrocer for $1.2B

Further shrinking what is already a highly competitive e-commerce sector, online grocer Webvan Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: WBVN) announced Monday that it has agreed to acquire rival HomeGrocer.com for $1.2 billion (US$) in stock ...

eBay Broadens Scope with Half.com Buy

Online auctioneer eBay has expanded into the fixed-price marketplace by agreeing to purchase person-to-person Web marketplace Half.com in a stock deal valued at $350 million (US$) ...

MP3.com Settles Copyright Disputes

MP3.com (Nasdaq: MPPP) announced Friday that it has reached separate settlements in its copyright infringement disputes with Bertelsmann AG's BMG Music and Time Warner's Warner Music Group. The settlements will allow music from the labels to stay on the online music provider's site ...

Webvan on Collision Course with Amazon

Online grocer Webvan Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: WBVN) said Monday that it will offer consumer electronics, videos, DVDs and other entertainment products as it steps up efforts to expand its reach and boost revenues ...

IBM, Internet Capital Form Online Patent Exchange

Internet Capital Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: ICGE) announced Wednesday that it will collaborate with IBM (NYSE: IBM) to form an online marketplace for intellectual properties ...

Peapod Adds New CEO as Losses Widen

Peapod, Inc. (Nasdaq: PPOD) reported higher sales but a wider loss for the first quarter Wednesday, as new investor Royal Ahold NV announced a new chief executive for the money-losing online grocer ...

Priceline Outpaces Q1 Estimates

Continuing a strong first quarter showing by e-commerce companies in 2000, name-your-price pioneer Priceline.com (Nasdaq: PCLN) reported results Monday that topped both analysts' expectations and year-earlier figures. Revenue jumped 535 percent to $313.8 million (US$) ...

Report: Asia-Pacific E-Commerce Poised for Boom

A surge in Asia-Pacific e-commerce will culminate with $1.6 trillion (US$) in transactions taking place in 2004, according to a new study by Forrester Research ...

U.S. Postal Service Expands E-Billing Options

The United States Postal Service (USPS) has announced an agreement with CheckFree Holdings Corp. (Nasdaq: CKFR) to provide electronic billing and payment services to customers through its USPS.com Internet portal ...

Stock Watch: Sears Rises After News of E-Commerce Venture

Sears, Roebuck and Co. (NYSE: S) rose 1 3/8 to 27 5/16 Monday after the venerable retailer announced a deal with French department store company Carrefour SA to form a global Internet-based venture to link retailers and suppliers. The plan, which follows a similar alliance announced Friday by the Big Three auto manufacturers, is designed to cut costs and speed up ordering. The companies plan to have the exchange operating in about a month...

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