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Report: Firms Cut Costs with Web Services, but Neglect Other Benefits

Only 16 percent of U.S. companies will use Web services technology -- software that allows application to application collaboration over the Internet -- in the next year to discover and interact with new business partners online, according to research released Thursday by Jupiter Media Metrix. ...

One Year Ago: Report: More Shopping Channels, More Spending

A report released Tuesday by Internet research firm Jupiter Communications concludes that multi-channel shoppers -- shoppers who use traditional stores, Web sites and print catalogs -- purchase 30 percent more than those who use only one retail channel ...

Hacker Breaches Payments Site Webcertificate.com

Online payments provider Ecount confirmed to the E-Commerce Times on Monday night that a hacker or hackers breached security at its Web payment site, Webcertificate.com ...

One Year Ago: Report: UK Set for Cybercrime Surge

A new survey released by the Association of British Insurers (ABI) predicts that cybercrime -- including Internet fraud, e-mail abuse, hacking, and viruses -- will increase over the next 20 years ...

Flooz Blues: Web Currency Site To File for Bankruptcy

Ending weeks of speculation, online currency site Flooz.comclosed for good over the weekend and announced it would file for bankruptcy ...

Report: Internet a Growing Piece of Latin American Pie

Companies in Latin America expect the percentage of total revenue generated by the Internet to be nearly three times as much in 2001 as it was in 2000, according to an IDC report released Thursday ...

Amazon Extends Credit to Corporate Buyers

Taking aim at the lucrative business-to-business (B2B) market, Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) unveiled a corporate accounts initiative Wednesday that will accept online purchase orders from qualified businesses, libraries, schools, government institutions and other organizations that want to purchase items from the e-tailer without using a credit card.

Peter Gabriel’s Label Launches Internet Music Service

Beating the major record labels to the punch, rock star PeterGabriel's Real WorldRecords label, in collaboration with Womad music festivals and digital music service On Demand Distribution (OD2), launchedan online digital subscription music service Tuesday ...

One Year Ago: Report: Net Ads Set for Boom

New research released Wednesday by Jupiter Communications predicts that in five years, every Internet user will be exposed to more than 950 marketing messages every day. The report also predicts that US$16.5 billion will be spent on online marketing by 2005 ...

Report: Brick-and-Clicks Undervalue Their Own Web Sites

By only looking at top-line metrics such as sales and profits, 69 percent of brick-and-click retailers are underestimating the benefits derived from their Web sites, according to a report released Monday by Jupiter Media Metrix ...

Major Studios To Launch Movies-On-Demand Internet Service

Five of Hollywood's major motion picture studios announced Thursday they were partnering to create an online movie service that will offer digital downloads of both new and old movies to broadband Internet users ...

Walmart.com Faces Hurdles with New College Bookstore

Walmart.com, the e-commerce arm of retail giant Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT), opened an online college bookstore Wednesday, offering students discounts of up to 30 percent on more than 300,000 titles, including textbooks, study guides and graduate school guides ...

I-Marketing Interview: Dell (Part 2)

Deborah de Freitas, senior manager of online marketing for Dell Computer (Nasdaq: DELL), recently talked with the E-Commerce Times about how Dell uses the Internet to reach potential customers ...

I-Marketing Interview: Dell

Deborah de Freitas, senior manager of online marketing for Dell Computer (Nasdaq: DELL), believes that online advertising is the perfect way to sell computers to people accustomed to living in a "hyperlinked world." ...

Report: Populace Popping In (and Out) of X10.com

For the third month in a row, electronics e-tailer X10.com saw more traffic than e-commerce heavyweights eBay (Nasdaq: EBAY) and Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN), according to statistics for July released Monday by Jupiter Media Metrix (Nasdaq: JMXI) ...

Webvan Seeks More Bids for Assets – Shareholders To Get Nothing

Defunct online grocer Webvan (Nasdaq: WBVN) said Monday that it is soliciting bids for the purchase of its business units, technology platforms and other assets ...

Internet Currency Site Flooz Suspends Operations

Internet message boards have been humming with speculation over the past few days that online currency company Flooz.com is going out of business ...

Amazon Opens Seattle Mariners Store in Japan

Hoping to cash in on Japan's infatuation with baseball's Seattle Mariners, Internet behemoth Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) launched the Seattle Mariners Store at its Japanese site on Tuesday ...

Report: Maximizing the Value of Online Ads

Sixty-four percent of online advertisers will pay more money for placements they view as premium inventory, according to a study released Tuesday by Jupiter Media Metrix (Nasdaq: JMXI) at its sixth annual Online Advertising Forum ...

One Year Ago: Amazon Restructures Partnership Deals

E-commerce bellwether Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) is restructuring some deals with certain partners in its Amazon Commerce Network (ACN), according to a quarterly report filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). ...

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