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Lessons at the E-Commerce Breaking Point

Pundits, powerhouses and assorted talking heads were already predicting the demise of retail e-commerce before the current economic downturn. Now, with the conventional wisdom suggesting more doom and gloom, the word on the street -- yes, that Street -- is that e-commerce was great fun, but it was just one of those passing fads ...

Internet Gambling – Time to Accept the Inevitable?

Just when you may have believed Hugh Hefner was fading from the public consciousness, here comes the news that the 75-year-old founder of Playboy Magazine will launch a major online casino by the end of this year ...

E-Kids to the E-tail Rescue

Amid the unfortunate prognostications about the fate of e-commerce sites, smart marketers are setting their sites on capturing untapped markets ...

Hear No E-Shoppers, See No E-Shoppers

After surviving the dot-com shakeout and now a slowing economy, many e-tailers are too distracted to remember one of the essentials of running a smart business: Listen to the customer ...

When Did Dot-Com Become a Dirty Word?

Online delivery service Kozmo.com appears to be quietly re-tooling itself, with a tip of the technological hat to the "old economy." ...

No Returns? No E-Shoppers

By most accounts, last year's holiday season was an encouraging time for e-tailers, especially those Web sites that managed to make gift buying hassle-free.With the exception of online clothing merchants. ...

Airlines Stick E-Commerce in Coach

My first story about Orbitz, the multi-airline mega-site that promised to revolutionize the way Internet users make travel reservations, appeared almost two years ago -- before the site even had a name. T2 (aka Travelocity Terminator) was the working title ...

Net Incubators: The Long Road Back

When Internet incubator CMGI ended 2000 with the report of a US$636.6 million third-quarter loss, heads were spinning throughout the e-business industry ...

Online Insurance: Too Many Hurdles?

E-commerce proponents often believe that anything sold offline is fair game for online sales ...

E-Taxes: The Crisis That Isn’t

Call it the voice of desperation ...

It’s Not a Small E-Commerce World, After All

If there is a single issue that threatens to stop e-commerce development in its tracks, it is the issue of which country has jurisdiction over disputes concerning cross-border electronic transactions ...

OPINION

Napster: Great Experiment or Ethical Dilemma?

Some of the undergraduate college students I teach missed class the other night. I'm guessing that it was not a coincidence that they skipped out the day aU.S. federal court had signaled the imminent shutdown of Napster ...

E-Grocers: Express Lane To Oblivion

It seemed like the perfect solution for overworked, time-deprived 21st century consumers -- online grocers to the rescue ...

Net Consultants Need … Net Consultants

Successful Old Economy players often say, "Be careful about the guy who says he's got so much business he can't take on any new clients." ...

E-tailers Backpedal on Freebies

Think Free! Free delivery. Free samples. Buy one, get one free. Free ISPs. Free prizes. ...

Venture Capitalists Exit the Dot-Com Freeway

E-commerce has hit a dangerous curve because the venture capitalists who were driving it have found the freeway off-ramp ...

Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall – Is My E-tailer Special at All?

The closing of Lucy.com's Web site last month happened so quickly and quietly that it might have gone unnoticed in the annals of E-Commerce History ...

Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall – Is My E-tailer Special at All?

The closing of Lucy.com's Web site last month happened so quickly and quietly that it might have gone unnoticed in the annals of E-Commerce History ...

Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall – Is My E-tailer Special at All?

The closing of Lucy.com's Web site last month happened so quickly and quietly that it might have gone unnoticed in the annals of E-Commerce History ...

E-Commerce Looks at a Union Label

The great thing about American industry is that it only takes one courageous, motivated individual to start a revolution. If you have several courageous, motivated individuals, so much the better ...

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