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Jimi Hendrix Estate Thwarts Cybersquatter

The family of late guitar legend Jimi Hendrix has prevailed in a legal proceeding brought against the holder of the Internet address Jimihendrix.com, UN arbitrators announced Monday.

FBI To Lead World E-Commerce Forum

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) will head up this year's World E-Commerce Forum, at which global Internet security will be an issue for the first time, it was announced Friday.

AMEX and Ventro Ink B2B Pact

Financial services giant American Express Company (NYSE: AXP) and Ventro Corporation (Nasdaq: VNTR) announced an agreement Thursday to create MarketMile LLC, an Internet-based marketplace from which businesses will be able to purchase products and services.

Priceline Drives into Auto Insurance

Name-your-price e-tailer Priceline.com (Nasdaq: PCLN) and insurer W.R. Berkley Corporation (Nasdaq: BKLY) announced Wednesday a joint venture that will offer name-your-price automobile insurance through Priceline's Web site.

King To Continue E-Book Experiment

Satisfied with the number of readers paying or promising to pay for the first installment of his new serial novel "The Plant," Stephen King announced Monday that he plans to write and publish a third segment on his StephenKing.com Web site.

U.S. Fines E-tailers $1.5M for Late Holiday Deliveries

Seven online e-tailers, including Macys.com, Toysrus.com and CDNOW, will pay fines totaling $1.5 million (US$) to settle a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) lawsuit over late deliveries made during the 1999 holiday season. The companies have also agreed to change their shipping procedures.

Microsoft Seeks New Venue in Antitrust Appeal

In a brief filed Wednesday with the U.S. Supreme Court, Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) urged that its appeal of the antitrust judgment against it be sent back to a lower court. The Redmond, Washington-based software giant prefers that the case be reviewed by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Distric...

King Taps Amazon for E-Book Venture

E-tail powerhouse Amazon.com has been selected by novelist Stephen King to provide a secure payment system for monthly downloads of "The Plant," the latest electronic book to be made available over the Internet by the best-selling author.

Report: File Sharing Boosts Music Sales

Further fueling the bitter conflict between record labels and such file-swapping operations as Napster, Jupiter Communications, Inc. has released a report showing that people who use the file-sharing networks spend more money on music.

iVillage Ventures into UK

Women's online network iVillage, Inc. (Nasdaq: IVIL) announced plans Wednesday to create a 50/50 joint venture with Tesco PLC, Britain's largest retailer and the operator of Tesco.com, to serve the women's online market in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.

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