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One Year Ago: Report: Dot-Com Layoffs Hit Record High in January

E-commerce and tech layoffs continue to mount, hitting a record number of 44,851 for the month of January, according to a report released by Challenger, Gray & Christmas. The executive placement firm, which tracks daily job cuts in various sectors, found that layoffs in the combined e-commerc...

One Year Ago: Any Outrage Over E-Commerce Outages?

The recent service outages at Amazon.com, eBay and other e-commerce sites frustrated shoppers, lowered company revenues and raised media eyebrows. For e-commerce firms, downtimes are the worst of times. However, some companies are fighting back by questioning why the Net is being held to higher s...

One Year Ago: Embattled eToys Slashes 700 Jobs

Troubled toy e-tailer eToys officially moved to the dot-com critical list, announcing that approximately 70 percent of the company's 1,000 employees have been informed that their jobs are being eliminated. eToys said the layoffs were effective immediately for about 380 employees. The remaining nu...

One Year Ago: Smart Cards Stack the E-Commerce Deck

Few people quibble over smart card functionality. The cards -- embedded with a memory chip that can store everything from bank balances to prescription information -- can be used for online shopping, network security access and even decoding paid-for digital content such as music and movies. On t...

One Year Ago: Is BlueLight.com a Model?

A latecomer to the dot-com stage, discount e-tail site BlueLight.com is dancing as gracefully as it can through its first holiday season, sidestepping technical glitches caused by the seasonal shopping boom while displaying a variety of marketing moves that are drawing in more shoppers. A report ...

To Boost a Small E-Business, Out-Lawyer the Lawyers

From corporate formation to business licensing to taxation, lawyers have a hand in nearly every aspect of a fledging e-commerce business. For many online entrepreneurs, working with attorneys is an enormous stumbling block. However, the more you learn to think and operate like a lawyer, the bette...

Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for November 1, 2001

A daily survey of the latest cybercrime news from around the world.

Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for October 31, 2001

A daily survey of the latest cybercrime news from around the world.

Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for October 30, 2001

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Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for October 26, 2001

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Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for October 25, 2001

A daily survey of the latest cybercrime news from around the world.

Ameritrade Posts $14M Loss, Amid Trading Slowdown

Online brokerage Ameritrade on Tuesday posted a loss of US$14 million for its fiscal fourth quarter ended September 28th, as revenues fell 33 percent to $92.2 million, compared with revenues of $138 million in the year-ago period. Ameritrade, like others in its industry, saw trading slow down sig...

Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for October 22, 2001

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Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for October 18, 2001

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Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for October 17, 2001

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Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for October 16, 2001

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Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for October 15, 2001

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Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for October 12, 2001

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One Year Ago: Online Dating is Serious Business

On the Web, somewhere between the categories of financial information and pornography, is another key sector where people pay for access: online dating services. Rather than exchanging books or CDs for cash, these sites trade on the quite powerful desire of singles to connect.

Study: E-Biz Worries More About Consumer Confidence Than Security Losses

U.S. businesses are more concerned about the impact that online security problems have on consumer confidence and trust in e-business, than about suffering an actual financial loss due to a security breach, according to a study released Wednesday by Internet measurement firm Jupiter Media Metrix....

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