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  • / E-Commerce

    Russian e-commerce grows despite political tensions

    Some European brands have pulled back, but Russian consumers are buying online more than ever, taking advantage of favorable customs rules, says the Russia chief of German logistics and technology provider Arvato.

    Posted 11/02/2014Adrien HenniPost a comment

    Some European brands have pulled back, but Russian consumers are buying online more than ever, taking advantage of favorable customs rules, says the Russia chief of German logistics and technology provider Arvato.
  • / Press Release

    DirectGroup China Adopts Manhattan Associates` Warehouse Management Solution

    Supply Chain Provider to Power Leading Media Company`s New Third Party Logistics Business SHANGHAI and ATLANTA - November 1, 2005 - Leading supply chain solutions provider, Manhattan Associates, Inc.(NASDAQ: MANH), announced today that DirectGroup China, a division of the multi-national Bertelsmann media group, has successfully implemented Manhattan Associates` Warehouse Management solution to power the establishment of its new third party...

    Posted 11/01/2005

    Supply Chain Provider to Power Leading Media Company`s New Third Party Logistics Business SHANGHAI and ATLANTA - November 1, 2005 - Leading supply chain solutions provider, Manhattan Associates, Inc.(NASDAQ: MANH), announced today that DirectGroup China, a division of the multi-national Bertelsmann…
  • / Press Release

    Audible and Bookspan Announce Online Commerce Partnership

    Audible Audiobook Download Service to Be Available To Millions of Members Of Book-Of-The-Month Club, Doubleday Book Club, Literary Guild, QPB, and Other Bookspan Properties WAYNE, N.J., & NEW YORK--Sept. 8, 2005--Audible, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADBL, www.audible.com), the leading provider of digitally delivered spoken audio, and Bookspan, the premier direct marketer of general interest and specialty book clubs, today announced the launch of a cobranded,...

    Posted 09/08/2005

    Audible Audiobook Download Service to Be Available To Millions of Members Of Book-Of-The-Month Club, Doubleday Book Club, Literary Guild, QPB, and Other Bookspan Properties WAYNE, N.J., & NEW YORK--Sept. 8, 2005--Audible, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADBL, www.audible.com), the leading provider of digitally…
  • Scholastic gets a new president of e-Scholastic, its e-commerce unit

    Children’s publisher Scholastic Corp. has named Seth D. Radwell president of e-Scholastic, its online information and e-commerce division. Radwell most recently was president of the Marketing and Editorial Group for Bookspan.

    Posted 03/14/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Children’s publisher Scholastic Corp. has named Seth D. Radwell president of e-Scholastic, its online information and e-commerce division. Radwell most recently was president of the Marketing and Editorial Group for Bookspan.
  • / Technology

    Retailers lead the way in online advertising

    Online retailers’ web-based ad impressions boomed in the past year, reaching 33.8 billion in May, up 74% from 19.4 billion in May 2001.

    Posted 06/19/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Online retailers’ web-based ad impressions boomed in the past year, reaching 33.8 billion in May, up 74% from 19.4 billion in May 2001.
  • / Technology

    RichFX hires Bertelsmann exec as new CEO

    RichFX, a provider of 3D technology for web-based retailing, has named Johann Butting, former CEO of Bertelsmann’s Digital World Services, as its chief executive officer.

    Posted 01/16/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    RichFX, a provider of 3D technology for web-based retailing, has named Johann Butting, former CEO of Bertelsmann’s Digital World Services, as its chief executive officer.
  • / E-Retailers

    Napster hires music industry veteran as new CEO

    Napster has named the former executive vice president and chief administrative officer of Bertelsmann AG`s music arm, BMG Entertainment, as its new head.

    Posted 07/24/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Napster has named the former executive vice president and chief administrative officer of Bertelsmann AG`s music arm, BMG Entertainment, as its new head.
  • / E-Retailers

    Kozmo recruits a new CFO from BMG

    Former BMG executive with 30 years senior management experience joins Kozmo

    Posted 03/23/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Former BMG executive with 30 years senior management experience joins Kozmo
  • The Napster lesson: Expect the unexpected

    In the early days of radio, recording companies feared that playing of music over the airwaves would kill record sales. But radio had the opposite effect, propelling the recording industry into a major component of the economy. Now the same thing could happen with Napster-the greatly feared yet wildly popular Internet-based music-swapping service. “Napster can be seen as more of a promotional device to get people closer to the music,” says Idil...

    Posted 01/31/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    In the early days of radio, recording companies feared that playing of music over the airwaves would kill record sales. But radio had the opposite effect, propelling the recording industry into a major component of the economy. Now the same thing could happen with Napster-the greatly feared yet…
  • Bertelsmann To Acquire CDNOW

    Global media giant Bertelsmann AG says that it will acquire online music destination CDNOW Inc. in an all-cash tender offer for $3.00 per share, or approximately $117 million. The transaction is expected to close during the fall of 2000. CDNOW will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Bertelsmann e-Commerce Group, which was established earlier this year to drive Bertelsmann's global e-content, community and commerce business. The site will...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Global media giant Bertelsmann AG says that it will acquire online music destination CDNOW Inc. in an all-cash tender offer for $3.00 per share, or approximately $117 million. The transaction is expected to close during the fall of 2000. CDNOW will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Bertelsmann e…

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