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  • / Technology

    Half.com adds two new rare booksellers

    Abebooks.com and Strand Book Store have signed agreements to sell on Half.com.

    Posted 07/16/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Abebooks.com and Strand Book Store have signed agreements to sell on Half.com.
  • / E-Retailers

    Barnes & Noble.com’s first quarter sales grow 23%

    Barnes & Noble says the 23% growth to $109 million came with little spending in marketing or promotional offers and demonstrates the viability of web retailing.

    Posted 04/17/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Barnes & Noble says the 23% growth to $109 million came with little spending in marketing or promotional offers and demonstrates the viability of web retailing.
  • Barnes & Noble buys majority stake in enews

    Barnes & Noble has bought a majority stake in enews, a magazine subscription retailer.

    Posted 04/05/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Barnes & Noble has bought a majority stake in enews, a magazine subscription retailer.

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  • Alibris acquires European rare bookseller classicforum.com

    U.S.-based used book dealer Alibris.com buys European presence with acquisition of Classicforum.com.

    Posted 02/14/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    U.S.-based used book dealer Alibris.com buys European presence with acquisition of Classicforum.com.
  • Barnes & Noble Goes By The Book

    Online bookseller Barnes & Noble.com today opened its Textbook Store, which will sell new and used textbooks to college students. The site offers savings of up to 25% on used textbooks as well as a vast inventory of books from basic accounting to advanced mathematics. Users can search for textbooks by title, author, subject, keyword or ISBN using Barnes & Noble's proprietary search engine. The site also features book lists from dozens of the top...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Online bookseller Barnes & Noble.com today opened its Textbook Store, which will sell new and used textbooks to college students. The site offers savings of up to 25% on used textbooks as well as a vast inventory of books from basic accounting to advanced mathematics. Users can search for textbooks…
  • Barnes & Noble Takin' It to the Streets

    In the city that never sleeps-where almost anything can be ordered for same-day delivery- (www.barnesandnoble.com) Barnesandnoble.com is extending this service to books. Without fanfare, the offline and online bookseller has begun to deliver books bought online within a 24-hour period to its Manhattan-area customers. Using a courier service that delivers via bicycle, foot or van, the No. 2-ranked book and music e-retailer-after (www.amazon.com)...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    In the city that never sleeps-where almost anything can be ordered for same-day delivery- (www.barnesandnoble.com) Barnesandnoble.com is extending this service to books. Without fanfare, the offline and online bookseller has begun to deliver books bought online within a 24-hour period to its…
  • Amazon Books An E*Trade Expedition

    Online bookseller Amazon.com and online brokerage firm E*Trade Group Inc. have signed an exclusive marketing agreement to create a cobranded bookstore on the Destination E*Trade website. Recently launched and available through E*Trade's Marketplace, the bookstore offers E*Trade customers, members and visitors the top-selling books in personal finance and online investing at Amazon.com's reduced prices, the companies say. Menlo Park, Calif.-based...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Online bookseller Amazon.com and online brokerage firm E*Trade Group Inc. have signed an exclusive marketing agreement to create a cobranded bookstore on the Destination E*Trade website. Recently launched and available through E*Trade's Marketplace, the bookstore offers E*Trade customers, members…
  • Online vs. in line: The coming battle over how college kids buy their textbooks

    The college student is one of the savviest and most sought after consumers on the Internet. And every year, regardless of trends, there is one thing they all buy: textbooks, almost $3 billion worth annually. Once the province of college and off-campus bookstores, the market faces competition from online sellers, some run by entrepreneurs who only recently waited in line for textbooks themselves. Two new companies, VarsityBooks.com and...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    The college student is one of the savviest and most sought after consumers on the Internet. And every year, regardless of trends, there is one thing they all buy: textbooks, almost $3 billion worth annually. Once the province of college and off-campus bookstores, the market faces competition from…

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