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Advice for Internet Banks: Do Something

If you lost 100,000 customers in the course of one fiscal year, as Internet-only banks have, what would you do? ...

E-Books: Good Idea, Poor Execution

Remember when the concept of a "paperless society" was all the rage? ...

An E-Commerce Proverb: If You Snooze, You Flooz

The ever-expanding dot-com graveyard added a new name to its roster over the weekend. Flooz.com, the company that dealt in Internet-based currency and electronic gift certificates, quietly closed its virtual doors. Among its other difficulties, Flooz was, according to early reports, a victim of massive credit card fraud of at least US$300,000 ...

E-Commerce: Deepening the Digital Divide

Aside from its obvious commercial potential, the greatest promise of e-commerce has always been its potential to be an all-inclusive forum. All of the interpersonal exchanges that seem to slight certain ethnic or minority groups offline were supposed to be less of a problem when doing business electronically, right? ...

E-tailers Get By With a Little Help From Friends

The latest best friends in multichannel sales are Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) and Circuit City (NYSE: CC) ...

Online Insurance: Who Needs It?

Throughout these pioneer days of e-commerce, the greatest challenge facing the industry has been creating and sustaining consumer need ...

The Online Need for Speed, Indeed

Sometimes it seems that if e-commerce ultimately emerges victorious as a true contender in the mass market, it will do so in spite of extraordinary obstacles ...

States and Feds Draw E-Tax Battle Lines

You may never have heard of one Jim Geringer, but as governor of the great state of Wyoming, he is making some serious noise about taxing Internet purchases ...

Priceline: Writing E-Commerce History

Several months ago, industry observers were writing the epitaph for name-your-own-price e-tailer Priceline.com ...

Digital Music – What Napster Coined

Perhaps the most ironic development in the ongoing struggle of music file-sharing service Napster is that the site spawned an entire industry of digital music ...

E-tailers Could Alter Marketing a Teens-y Bit

E-commerce is suffering from a severe case of nearsightedness ...

Coming Together on E-Privacy

If we chronicle the evolution of electronic commerce via the headlines, the conventional wisdom is that online privacy is Job One ...

E-Commerce’s Long Journey From Free to Fee

Of everything e-commerce participants have learned so far, one rather retro lesson has taken on new meaning: ...

Why Can’t E-Commerce Close The Sale?

It appears there is a whole lot of window surfing going on at e-tail Web sites and not enough buying ...

Kmart and Wal-Mart Move On After E-tail Defeat

Some saw it as the greatest test of middle America's potential to shift its collective buying behavior online when Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT) and Kmart (NYSE: KM) debuted splashy Web sites. ...

Wanted: E-Commerce Leaders To Show Government the Way

This could well go down in history as the summer the U.S. government finally woke up and recognized electronic commerce as something more than a passing fad ...

Amazon and AOL: Handshake Between Giants

For those wondering why chief executive officer Jeff Bezos of Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) still has a smile on his face, this week's answer can be summed up three letters: AOL ...

The Elusive E-Shopper – Who’s on Aisle One?

Will we ever understand the Web shopper? ...

One Year Ago: Report: Online Ads Boosting E-tailers

Online advertising campaigns result in significantly more traffic to e-tail Web sites and attract attentive visitors who are likely to linger, according to new research by Media Metrix (Nasdaq: MMXI) division AdRelevance. ...

The Hard-Fought Lessons of E-Commerce

In the world of electronic commerce I may have the best job possible ...

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