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Monster.com Makes $115M Move on European Job Site

Career search Web site Monster.com extended its European reach Friday, with the announcement that it intends to acquire one of Europe's largest online professional search companies, Jobline International ...

U.S.: E-Commerce Is Fertile Ground for Fraud

Adding to the recent flurry of Internet fraud news, the U.S. Federal TradeCommission (FTC) told Congress on Wednesday it received over 25,000 Internet fraud complaints in 2000. ...

Travelocity Checks Out of Hotel Reservations Network

Internet travel agency Travelocity.com (Nasdaq: TVLY) said Wednesday that it has sold its stake in online discount hotel broker Hotel Reservations Network (Nasdaq: ROOM) ...

Report: Motor Vehicle Agencies Race To Internet

Despite the failure, as detailed in the documentary "Startup.com," of govWorks.com to make paying parking tickets via the Net a dream come true, real-world government agencies are working overtime to make Internet services for motor vehicle registrations and driver licenses a reality ...

New Dot-Com CEOs – The Cure or Just the Replacements?

As dot-com executives continue playing their version of musical chairs, the question many investors are asking now is: what happens whenthe music stops? ...

Near Expiration Date, Online Grocer PDQuick Gets Sold

Brick-and-click grocer PDQuick.com has been acquired by Web delivery venture WhyRunOut.com in an all-cash transaction, WhyRunOut chief executive officer Dan Frahm said Friday. The value of the deal was not disclosed ...

Former Webvan CEO To Get $375,000 Annually – For Life

Urban delivery e-tailer Webvan (Nasdaq: WBVN) said Wednesday that it will pay former chief executive officer George T. Shaheen US$375,000 per year for the rest of his life, as part of a supplemental retirement package that was negotiated before Shaheen began his employment with the company ...

New Economy – The End or Just the Beginning?

Pick up virtually any major media publication covering the dot-com shakeoutof the past year and you are likely to come across a slight variation on thefollowing theme: "the New Economy was a bust." ...

Bertelsmann To Revamp E-tail Site – Is Amazon Watching?

Media conglomerate DirectGroup Bertelsmann announced Tuesday that it is integrating its online bookstore, BOL.com, into its multichannel book club division and closing some of BOL.com's international operations ...

Global E-Commerce Standard Proposed

Use of the XML mark-up language as a global standard for e-commerce transactions took an important step forward Monday when the U.N. Center for Trade Facilitation (UN/CEFACT) and OASIS, a consortium of high tech giants including IBM, Sun Microsystems and Hewlett-Packard, approved a standardized ebXML (electronic business) framework. ...

MP3.com To Sell Net-Only CDs

MP3.com announced Thursday that it is offering a new service, called netCDs, that will allow customers to buy digital music CDsstored exclusively online for access or download from a Web-enabled device ...

Amazon’s Bezos Puts Stock Sales on a Timer

Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) chief executive officer Jeff Bezos has filed to sell 300,000 shares ofAmazon stock -- under a recently enacted rule designed to allow executivesto sell company stock at fixed intervals without violating insider-trading rules -- according to a regulatory filing made with the U.S. Securities and ExchangeCommission (SEC) ...

E-Commerce Layoffs: Storm on the Tech Frontier

While there might be more hand-wringing over dot-com layoffs than is truly warranted, e-commerce watchers have as much right to be concerned about recent job-cut trends as anyone in other segments of the high-tech sector ...

Orbitz Sued by Southwest Airlines

The controversy continues for travel mega-site Orbitz. Southwest Airlines sued the airline-backed travel giant Thursday for providing "false and misleading" information to its customers regarding Southwest flight schedules, rates and fares. ...

Model E Becomes ‘Built-To-Order’ in Online Auto Merger

A new car company offering customized automobiles over the Internet has beenformed through the merger of online car sales company Model E and Flint, Inc. a start-up created by CarsDirect.com co-founder Scott Painter ...

Report: North American E-Commerce To Grow 46 Percent in 2001

North American e-commerce revenue is expected to grow 46 percent by the end of 2001 compared to a year earlier, tojust over US$65 billion, according to aretailer survey released Wednesday by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and Shop.org ...

Is Priceline Back? Travel Site Beats Street, Predicts Q2 Profit

Following in the paths of rivals Travelocity (Nasdaq: TLVY) and Expedia (Nasdaq: EXPE), another online travel leader has beaten the street. ...

Are TV Networks Tuning Out E-Biz?

A channel surf across the e-business landscape reveals mixed signals when it comes to the success of TV network-backed Web sites. ...

After Lull, Dot-Com Layoffs Set Record in April

After two consecutive months of declining layoffs, dot-com companiesmade a record 17,554 job cuts in April, marking an 84 percent increase over the 9,533 e-business jobs cut in March, according to a report released Thursday by job placement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas (CGC) ...

Report: Asia-Pacific B2B Will Top $60B Next Year

Despite a recent hesitancy on the part of e-business investors to get involved in the Asia-Pacific market, a report released Friday by IDC predicted that B2B e-commerce in the region will sell more than US$61 billion indirect and indirect materials by the end of 2002, compared to $12.8billion spent in 2000 ...

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