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E-Commerce Stocks: Hold ‘Em or Fold ‘Em?

Many years from now, when stock analysts reflect upon the history of the first dot-com boom and subsequent shakeout, how will it look? ...

Cheap Tickets To Close Offline Stores Amid Flattening Profits

Cheap Tickets (Nasdaq: CTIX), which sells travel tickets through retail outlets, over the Internet and by phone, reported a profitThursday for the tenth consecutive quarter, announcing diluted net income for the second quarter ended June 30th of 5 U.S. cents per share. ...

Priceline Breaks the Profit Barrier in Q2

Steady improvements to customer service and the product mix at Priceline.com(Nasdaq: PCLN) have given the "name your price" online travel broker the first profitable quarter in its history and a victory over Wall Street estimates, the company said Tuesday ...

I-Marketing Interview: Sun Microsystems

As one of the Internet's largest providers of hardware and software, Sun Microsystems (Nasdaq: SUNW) helps customers "dot-com" their enterprises and computer environments. Since the company's inception in 1982, the four-person startup has built up a workforce of more than 37,000 employees in 170 countries, and a pro forma net income of US$1.45 billion for the fiscal year 2001...

I-Marketing Interview: Sun Microsystems (Part 2)

Scott Anderson, Sun's director of eMarketing, recently talked with the E-Commerce Times about how Sun's online marketing efforts leverage the company's vision of technology working for the consumer, rather than the other way around. ...

IBM Offers New Web Hosting Services for Smaller Businesses

IBM (NYSE: IBM) said Thursday it is now offering over 30 new Web hosting packages aimed primarily at the small-to-medium business market. ...

Expedia Launches Wholesale Web Travel Booking Service

Aiming to expand its business with other travel suppliers, Expedia.com (Nasdaq: EXPE) announced Wednesday that it has launched the Worldwide Travel Exchange (WWTE), a private booking operation that will provide wholesale travel services. ...

Drugstore.com Q2 Loss Beats Expectations

Drugstore.com (Nasdaq: DSCM) on Tuesday reported a narrower than expected loss for the second quarter of 2001 tobeat Wall Street estimates by 6 U.S. cents ...

Amazon Beats Street for Q2, Gets $100M Investment from AOL

Online merchant Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) continued making strides towards profitability -- pro forma profitability at least -- with the announcement Monday that the company beat Wall Street estimates for the second quarter ended June 30th by 6 U.S. cents per share ...

eBay Beats Street, Raises 2001 Expectations

Once again, eBay posted substantially higher earnings per share (EPS) than analysts had predicted, announcing Thursday that net income for its second quarter 2001 was US$180.9 million, or 12 cents per diluted share. Theearnings beat analyst predictions by 3 cents ...

Report: Central European B2C Online Sales on Shaky Ground

Online business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce will continue its struggle to take hold in Central Europe, while business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce will see a much more robust growth in the region, the European branch of research firm IDC told the E-Commerce Times on Wednesday ...

Egghead Outsources Its Online Auctions

In an effort to stay focused on selling its core technology products, Egghead.com (Nasdaq: EGGS) is handing over the reins to the auction portion of its online electronics store ...

High-Tech Internet Shopping: Are You Experienced?

Remember when e-commerce used to be about the technology? Never mind profitability ratios or shakeouts. In the beginning, it was all about the high-tech novelty of shopping online, the excitement of the "never before." Isn't that why we started paying attention in the first place? ...

PayPal Gets Itself Into Hot Water

Online payment service PayPal is at the center of two controversies, including a new lawsuit filed by NoBidding, the owner of auction site Bidville.com ...

Despite Plunging Revenues, Yahoo! Beats Street

Despite a net loss of 9 U.S. cents per share over the second quarter of 2001, Yahoo!(Nasdaq: YHOO) gained a minor victory in front of Wall Street on Wednesday, with the announcement that its pro-forma net income for the quarter was a penny per share ...

Ford Connects with AutoTrader.com for Used Car Sales

Online auto classifieds siteAutoTrader.com said Tuesday that it has inked a deal to host the used automobile search platform of FordDirect.com, the Internet venture of participating Ford dealers and Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) ...

Online Click-Through Stats: Love ‘Em or Leave ‘Em?

Analysts disagree on whether Monday's announcement by CBS MarketWatch --that the financialWeb site will stop providing its clients with click-through rate information in itsadvertising reports -- will cause the e-commerce industry to break free of theclick-through status quo ...

Internet Auction To Feature Hollywood’s Leading Men

It is not likely that the founders of the Internet ever imagined all their hard work would lead to an online bidding war for bullet casings from the set of "MissionImpossible 2." ...

Amazon Ends Free-Shipping Promotion

A controversial free shipping offer that generated significant customer backlash has been pulled by Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) after two weeks ...

Welsh Credit Card Hacker Avoids Jail Sentence

The self-proclaimed "Saint of E-Commerce," a 19-year-old Welsh teenage hacker named Raphael Gray, was sentenced Friday in a Wales court to threeyears of psychiatric and community service rehabilitation for posting thehacked credit card details of thousands of people to the Web, according to reports in the London Register ...

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