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  • Webvan and PETsMART.com launch pet store at webvan.com

    Webvan Group Inc. today announced a strategic relationship with e-commerce leader PETsMART.com that will create a pet store on webvan.com. PETsMART.com will appear as a stand-alone "store-within-a-store" on webvan.com, adding pet foods, supplies, and accessories to Webvan's store. In addition, Webvan customers will be able to link directly to the PETsMART.com site, which carries a full-assortment of pet products and information. This is the first...

    Posted 01/30/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Webvan Group Inc. today announced a strategic relationship with e-commerce leader PETsMART.com that will create a pet store on webvan.com. PETsMART.com will appear as a stand-alone "store-within-a-store" on webvan.com, adding pet foods, supplies, and accessories to Webvan's store. In addition,…

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  • / Technology

    PayPal could be the next big thing in online payments, Gartner says

    To boost acceptance among e-retailers, PayPal has launched an online resource targeting web developers with tips on implementing the system into site design.

    Posted 03/14/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    To boost acceptance among e-retailers, PayPal has launched an online resource targeting web developers with tips on implementing the system into site design.
  • / Marketing

    A marketing campaign to boost online shopping in the U.K.

    London-based trade association Interactive Media in Retail Group is starting an extensive marketing campaign to encourage consumers to shop online. It begins today and goes through July 24.

    Posted 07/01/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    London-based trade association Interactive Media in Retail Group is starting an extensive marketing campaign to encourage consumers to shop online. It begins today and goes through July 24.
  • / Marketing

    After the Boo-Hoo Tears, A Plan to Relaunch "The Portal to Cool"

    "They tried to hit the moon and they were off by an inch, and when you're off by an inch on a moon shot, you miss the moon." That is how Ben Narasin, founder and president of Fashionmall.com, sums up the sad tale of Boo.com, the super-hip apparel web site that succeeded in garnering more publicity than paying customers. But Narasin told attendees of the E-Tail 2000 conference in New York what he sees in Boo.com that justifies his company's recent...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    "They tried to hit the moon and they were off by an inch, and when you're off by an inch on a moon shot, you miss the moon." That is how Ben Narasin, founder and president of Fashionmall.com, sums up the sad tale of Boo.com, the super-hip apparel web site that succeeded in garnering more publicity…
  • Avenue A | Razorfish names Kokich as worldwide president

    Avenue A | Razorfish has named Clark Kokich worldwide president. Kokich has held a number of executive management positions since he joined the company in 1999.

    Posted 09/26/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Avenue A | Razorfish has named Clark Kokich worldwide president. Kokich has held a number of executive management positions since he joined the company in 1999.
  • / E-Retailers

    Webvan news: No more Atlanta, revenue is up, new CEO, reverse stock split

    Webvan sales grew to $77.2 million in the first quarter from $37.5 a year ago. But it pulls out of Atlanta, leaving seven markets where it still operates.

    Posted 04/26/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Webvan sales grew to $77.2 million in the first quarter from $37.5 a year ago. But it pulls out of Atlanta, leaving seven markets where it still operates.
  • / E-Retailers

    Webvan: annual sales grow 642%; a new plan reduce the for capital to fund 2001 operations

    Net sales for fiscal year 2000 of Webvan Group Inc. totaled $259.7 million, an increase of 642% over the pro forma $35.0 million for fiscal year 1999. These results include the full impact of HomeGrocer.com sales over these periods. Fiscal year 2000 pro-forma net loss was $413.2 million, or a loss of $0.91 per share. Pro-forma net loss and net loss per share excludes the amortization of goodwill resulting from the company's September 2000...

    Posted 01/30/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Net sales for fiscal year 2000 of Webvan Group Inc. totaled $259.7 million, an increase of 642% over the pro forma $35.0 million for fiscal year 1999. These results include the full impact of HomeGrocer.com sales over these periods. Fiscal year 2000 pro-forma net loss was $413.2 million, or a loss…
  • / E-Retailers

    Pet Stores Sock It To The Wild Web

    Online pet stores have shown dramatic increases in numbers of shoppers over the past weeks with advertisers from last Sunday's Super Bowl registering a substantial boost in traffic, says Internet research firm PC Data, Reston, Va. The competitiveness of the online pets business and the resulting heavy advertising campaigns have enhanced the awareness of pets shopping online, it says. The pets.com Super Bowl Sunday traffic grew by more than 220%...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Online pet stores have shown dramatic increases in numbers of shoppers over the past weeks with advertisers from last Sunday's Super Bowl registering a substantial boost in traffic, says Internet research firm PC Data, Reston, Va. The competitiveness of the online pets business and the resulting…
  • / E-Retailers

    Kozmo ceases operations

    Kozmo shut down its web site today and laid off 1,100. Pressures for profitability brought about the end.

    Posted 04/12/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Kozmo shut down its web site today and laid off 1,100. Pressures for profitability brought about the end.
  • / E-Retailers

    Albertsons.com’s orders explode 300% in two days

    Albertsons.com’s orders grew 300% this week as Webvan folded. Its online store is adding two store-pick locations in the Puget Sound area.

    Posted 07/11/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Albertsons.com’s orders grew 300% this week as Webvan folded. Its online store is adding two store-pick locations in the Puget Sound area.

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