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Chet Dembeck
Starbucks Poised for E-Commerce Blitz
06/02/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 447 Words

... you drink too many more cups of java, Starbucks Corp. could begin an e-commerce blitz -- instantly transforming itself from a successful bean grinder into an online mass marketer. The billion-dollar Seattle, Washington coffee seller has been dropping hints, but when it...

Chet Dembeck
Wal-Mart's Halfway Measures No Match for Amazon.com
07/08/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 393 Words

Last week Starbucks Corp. brought this lesson home when it announced that it would have a 10 percent earnings shortfall in the year ending October 3rd, because of the money it's pumped into its Internet strategy . Investors reacted to the bad news,...

ECT News Staff
IT Managers School Microsoft, Yahoo Explores Options, Androids Debut
02/15/08 9:37 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1626 Words

The latest rumors have Yahoo canoodling with News Corp. over some type of deal. Is this Yahoo hinting that Redmond should increase its $44.6 billion bid, or has the portal entered anyone-but-Microsoft mode? News Corp. could offer significant benefit to Yahoo,...

Keith Regan
Six Degrees of Separation From Profits? Making Social Networking Pay
05/19/06 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1010 Words

... the evolution of social networking, the purchase of MySpace.com by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. in the summer of 2005 is considered a key turning point. "Murdoch made a huge bet on MySpace and it's been headline-worthy ever since," Chuck Richard, vice...

Mary Hillebrand
Internet Heavyweights Form E-Commerce Council
09/02/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 402 Words

IBM , Intel Corp. , Oracle Corp. , Netcentives and Net Perceptions agreed to join the newly-formed Internet Commerce Council. The group is headed by eGain Communications and BeFree Inc. The ICC, which is open to NRF associate members who develop tools...

Chris Maxcer
Answers.com Buys a $100 Million Dictionary
07/17/07 3:41 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 519 Words

Answers Corp. , which owns Answers.com, plans to acquire Dictionary.com for a cool US$100 million, the company announced Monday. Technically, Answers will buy Lexico Publishing Group , the owner of Dictionary.com, Thesaurus.com and Reference.com . In June, Lexico's sites attracted 11.5 million...

Robert Conlin
TheStreet.com Hits the Street
05/11/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 466 Words

As the Fortune Technology Buyer's Guide said, "Skip Starbucks and go straight to one of Cramer's rants to get the blood flowing in the morning."

In its SEC filing, the company stressed the importance of retaining a top-notch editorial team, saying that...

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