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One Year Ago: Time To Kick eToys off the Island

Quick: What do toysellers and drugstores have in common? ...

A Tale of Two Giants: Amazon and Kmart

On what CEO Jeff Bezos likely hoped was the first day of the rest of a long and prosperous online life, Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) on Tuesday showed the world how important a penny can be ...

And the Winner Is – Online Travel

E-commerce is alive and well online. Those who want solid evidence need look no further than the online travel industry ...

The New War on Cybercrime

The U.S. government has been quietly taking some giant steps forward over the past few weeks in the fight against cybercrime. But just how serious are the feds in tracking and punishing those who perpetrate crimes online? ...

U.S. Government Turns Over New E-Commerce Leaf

The United States government is coming up with a business plan -- an information technology business plan, that is. Some might say it is not a moment too soon for the government to recognize the power and pervasiveness of technology ...

E-Commerce Sites Fail Security 101

If there are four words e-commerce can always live by they are these: Never Get Too Comfortable ...

The Customer Service That E-tailers Forgot

Online shoppers have to hand it to some of the big retailers such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom who have managed to bring the same stellar level of customer service they provide at the brick-and-mortar stores to the newest trade channel, the Internet ...

Four Cornerstones of E-Commerce Success in 2002

Until recently, e-commerce was an exercise in trial and error, a hit-or-miss playing field in which all newcomers were welcome, but where few stuck around for long ...

Online Car Sales: Bricks-and-Clicks Still Matter

The prospect of buying a car online always seemed like a long shot. Now, little by little, the Big Three American automakers appear to be backing away from the "buy your new car online" business model. ...

Priceline and AOL: Ready for Takeoff

Among all the entrepreneurs in the e-commerce industries, standing firmly in the middle of the post-September 11th commercial fray is one Richard S. Braddock ...

E-Bill Payment: Is the Check Really in the Mail?

Online bill payment is catching on with the public, even though some of us are realizing some of our greatest fears. That is, bills that don't get paid after we go through all of the required electronic motions ...

One Year Ago: FBI Probes Credit Card Info Hack

The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation confirmed that it is investigating a case involving the alleged online exposure of up to 55,000 credit card numbers as a result of hacking into the Web site of Los Angeles-based merchant processing firm Creditcards.com ...

Getting Brick and Click Together

'Tis the season for integration. Brick-and-click integration, that is ...

Online Gambling Is Here To Stay

If there is one word to describe U.S. Representative Bob Goodlatte, (R-Virginia), that word is persistent ...

Brick-and-Click Does Not Mean Overnight Success

With industry analysts telling us that e-shopping is already brisk, and online holiday sales are projected to be high, it would seem e-tailing is on the upswing ...

Not an Orbitz-uary, But …

Those of us who discovered the relative ease of booking travel online were primed and ready for the debut of Orbitz this past summer ...

E-tailers: Speak Up!

Like millions of other American consumers, I spent several hours in a shopping mall the day after Thanksgiving. ...

Web Music Waits Till the Midnight Hour

For those who thought online music sharing companies would thrive once they "went legit" with paid subscription plans, the U.S. Department of Justice investigation into the industry has got to be a disappointment ...

E-Taxes Take Another Holiday

Last week on Capitol Hill, when the U.S. Senate approved a two-year extension of the moratorium on Internet taxation, the entire e-commerce industry drew closer to the biggest reprieve it has ever received. ...

Shipping Just Gets Harder for E-tailers

Last year at the start of the holiday season, Internet retailers were scrambling andstrategizing to make sure they could delivereverything in time for holiday gift giving ...

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