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DoubleClick To Acquire Abacus in $1 Billion Deal

In a move to create an online marketing and advertising powerhouse, Internet advertiser DoubleClick, Inc. (Nasdaq: DCLK) has agreed to acquire market research firm Abacus Direct Corp. (Nasdaq: ABDR) in a $1 billion ($US) stock swap.

AT&T Enters Digital Music Fray

Going head-to-head with competitors in the bid for dominance of online music distribution, AT&T Corp. has teamed with Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., BMG Entertainment and Universal Music to develop technology needed to download, play and store digital music from the Net.

HP & UPS Offer “E” Alternative to Overnight Delivery

Promising an instantaneous, electronic alternative to the overnight letter, Hewlett-Packard and United Parcel Service have joined to develop a new service that sends and tracks paper documents over the Net.

HP & UPS Offer “E” Alternative to Overnight Delivery

Promising an instantaneous, electronic alternative to the overnight letter, Hewlett-Packard and United Parcel Service have joined to develop a new service that sends and tracks paper documents over the Net.

AT&T Enters Digital Music Fray

Going head-to-head with competitors in the bid for dominance of online music distribution, AT&T Corp. has teamed with Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., BMG Entertainment and Universal Music to develop technology needed to download, play and store digital music from the Net.

Barnesandnoble.com Gets Lukewarm Reception on Wall Street

Barnesandnoble.com stock gains fell well short of other recent Internet issues after the online bookseller's initial public offering, providing yet more evidence that Wall Street's infatuation with Net-related stocks may be cooling.

Datek Nets $300M From Private Backers

Bypassing Wall Street, Datek Online Holdings Corp., the nation's fourth-largest Internet brokerage, has raised $300 million (US$) through private investments from investors including Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen and French luxury goods magnate Bernard Arnault.

“Littlest” Net Surfers Mean Big Money

Child's play just got a whole lot more serious on the Net as two more big-name companies intensify their efforts to transform little Web surfers' parents into big online spenders.

SkyMall, Yahoo! Launching One-Stop Travel Sites

Hoping to tap into the vast market for online travel booking, Yahoo! and SkyMall announced Friday separate competing sites designed to offer one-stop access to a variety of established Web travel sources. The Yahoo! Travel Specials Center targets travelers seeking last-minute bargains through huge l...

Optimism Abounds at Lycos

Looking ahead after the collapse of its merger with USA Networks, Lycos overflowed with optimism, touting record e-commerce deals, promising more big ones soon and celebrating its new position as the #1 Net portal.

Yahoo! Auctions Go Global

Expanding the global reach of its online auctions, Yahoo! Inc. (Nasdaq: YHOO) rolled out its popular service Thursday in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.

Microsoft Gets Boost From Sony in Digital Music Wars

Microsoft, Inc. (Nasdaq: MSFT) got a boost in the high-stakes race to supply software for downloading music when Sony Music Entertainment selected MS Windows' digital format to sell downloadable songs on the Net.

ePhysician Puts Rx in Doctors’ Hands

Banking on more doctors relying on "virtual offices," e-commerce network ephysician.com is launching the first mobile Internet link that will enable physicians to tap into patient information and order lab tests and prescriptions using a handheld computer.

USA Networks Scraps Lycos Bid

USA Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq: USAI) said Wednesday it abandoned plans to buy Lycos, Inc. (Nasdaq: LCOS), quashing a complex merger that would have created an e-commerce powerhouse worth $22 billion.

ELetter.com to Automate Mass (Snail) Mailing

Mass mailings, the bane of small and mid-sized businesses lacking the means to outsource, just got a whole lot simpler -- and cheaper, says an Internet start-up seeking to tap into the multi-billion-dollar annual market.

Deja Drops News, Shifts Focus to Product Ratings

Deja News has dropped "news" from its name and overhauled its site in an ambitious attempt to convert newsgroup chatters to product reviewers -- and buyers.

Global Sports Signs on Heavy-Hitter Retailers

Sporting goods company Global Sports, Inc. (Nasdaq: GSPT) said Monday it has formed Global Sports Interactive, a new unit that will operate e-commerce business for retailers with combined annual sales of $1.6 billion (US$).

Watch, Listen…Buy@Once

In a move destined to make direct e-mail pitches a whole lot more like TV commercials, RealNetworks, Inc. (Nasdaq: RNWK) is teaming with two other companies to provide streaming audio and video content in e-mails that will enable a customer to make a purchase without clicking to a Web site.

West Coast Tries Again With New Name

After stumbling over a copyright challenge to the name of its "moviebuff.com" online video and DVD site, West Coast Entertainment Corp. ( OTC BB:WCEC) launched a newly named e-commerce site that will combine a vast selection of films with Hollywood news and views.

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