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  • Major League Baseball’s e-commerce site hits a home run

    Although MLB.com/Shop is still not a major league retailer, the reviving popularity of baseball drove Major League Baseball’s online merchandise to a stellar year last year, up 41% to $71 million from $51 million the year before.

    Posted 04/01/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Although MLB.com/Shop is still not a major league retailer, the reviving popularity of baseball drove Major League Baseball’s online merchandise to a stellar year last year, up 41% to $71 million from $51 million the year before.
  • Returns Online and OrderTrust team up

    OrderTrust Inc., A provider of outsourced e-commerce infrastructure services, today announced an alliance with Returns Online Inc., a provider of returns management services for merchants and manufacturers in the retail and e-commerce industries. This agreement creates a front-to-back solution for order fulfillment as well as returns by integrating Returns Online's return management system with OrderTrust's order management and payment processing...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    OrderTrust Inc., A provider of outsourced e-commerce infrastructure services, today announced an alliance with Returns Online Inc., a provider of returns management services for merchants and manufacturers in the retail and e-commerce industries. This agreement creates a front-to-back solution for…

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    Amazon Privacy Blowout

    Junkbusters Corp., a privacy advocacy firm that helps people get rid of junk messages of all kinds, is dropping its affiliate agreement to sell books through online retail giant Amazon.com because of Amazonâs change in privacy policy. Junkbustersâ Chief Executive Jason Catlett this week wrote a letter to Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos complaining about the web siteâs new privacy policy that no longer gives consumers the option to have their personal...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Junkbusters Corp., a privacy advocacy firm that helps people get rid of junk messages of all kinds, is dropping its affiliate agreement to sell books through online retail giant Amazon.com because of Amazonâs change in privacy policy. Junkbustersâ Chief Executive Jason Catlett this week wrote a…
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    Priceline Charged in Class Action Suit

    As if the recent suspension of its licensed online grocery and gasoline businesses and the cessation of its barely-launched used merchandise web offering werenÕt enough, Priceline.com can now add another problem to its shopping cart. A Philadelphia law firm, Spector, Roseman and Kodroff, has filed a class action suit against Priceline.com on behalf of shareholders who purchased stock in the company during the period of July 24 through September...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    As if the recent suspension of its licensed online grocery and gasoline businesses and the cessation of its barely-launched used merchandise web offering werenÕt enough, Priceline.com can now add another problem to its shopping cart. A Philadelphia law firm, Spector, Roseman and Kodroff, has filed…
  • New Web Site Banishes Handling Charges

    New Web Site Banishes Handling ChargesFree shipping has been one of the tactics used by e-retailers to sell the public on buying online. Now, free shipping offers from across the e-retail spectrum have been gathered in a dedicated web site,freeshipping.com. The Whippany, N.J.-based company claims to be the InternetÕs only site focused on connecting shoppers with free shipping and handling deals on merchandise. Web shoppers can search more than a...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    New Web Site Banishes Handling ChargesFree shipping has been one of the tactics used by e-retailers to sell the public on buying online. Now, free shipping offers from across the e-retail spectrum have been gathered in a dedicated web site,freeshipping.com. The Whippany, N.J.-based company claims…

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