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  • / E-Retailers

    Egghead gets Fry-ed

    Egghead.com Inc., one of the first and most enthusiastic sellers on the web, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and agreed to sell all assets to San Jose, CA-based Fry`s Electronics.

    Posted 08/16/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Egghead.com Inc., one of the first and most enthusiastic sellers on the web, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and agreed to sell all assets to San Jose, CA-based Fry`s Electronics.
  • / Technology

    Egghead.com starts selling clearance goods through FairMarket

    FairMarket has added Egghead to its list of retailers selling clearance goods online.

    Posted 07/17/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    FairMarket has added Egghead to its list of retailers selling clearance goods online.
  • / Marketing

    Egghead pushing sales

    In the first five months of use, Yopa Push Platform, which informs customers when out of stocks items arrive, increases Egghead.com sales by $1.25 million.

    Posted 02/08/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    In the first five months of use, Yopa Push Platform, which informs customers when out of stocks items arrive, increases Egghead.com sales by $1.25 million.
  • E*Trade, Egghead Cook Up Deal

    Online brokerage firm E*Trade Group Inc., Menlo Park, Calif., has formed a marketing alliance with Internet-based computer products retailer Egghead.com that will give Egghead.com visitors who open a new E*Trade account a $100 gift certificate good toward any Egghead.com purchase. Beginning in February 2000, the offer will be accessible through promotional advertising banners on both the Egghead.com Web site and on Egghead.com customer emails,...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Online brokerage firm E*Trade Group Inc., Menlo Park, Calif., has formed a marketing alliance with Internet-based computer products retailer Egghead.com that will give Egghead.com visitors who open a new E*Trade account a $100 gift certificate good toward any Egghead.com purchase. Beginning in…
  • Whoopi For Flooz, Egghead & Amazon

    Internet-only Visa issuer NextCard Inc. released a list of the top 10 electronic-commerce sites for the holiday shopping period of November 15 through December 31. NextCard ranks sites based on its cardholdersâ transaction volume. There were no big surprises, as Seattle-based Amazon .com Inc.; Aliso Viejo, Calif.-based Buy.com Inc.; and New York City-based Barnesandnoble.com Inc. rounded out the top three. San Francisco-based NextCard also...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Internet-only Visa issuer NextCard Inc. released a list of the top 10 electronic-commerce sites for the holiday shopping period of November 15 through December 31. NextCard ranks sites based on its cardholdersâ transaction volume. There were no big surprises, as Seattle-based Amazon .com Inc.;…
  • / Marketing

    Egghead.com Emphasizes B2B

    Egghead.com Inc. has revamped its web site to better address the needs of its core small- to medium-sized business customers. Changes range from adding a streamlined masthead and a simpler design to adding new category functions such as "networking" and "accessories" and direct links to Egghead's business solutions center. Egghead.com also has consolidated all of its non-auction consumer-oriented products into a single "after work" category to...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Egghead.com Inc. has revamped its web site to better address the needs of its core small- to medium-sized business customers. Changes range from adding a streamlined masthead and a simpler design to adding new category functions such as "networking" and "accessories" and direct links to Egghead's…
  • / E-Retailers

    Egghead lays off 77

    Egghead.com laid off 77 of its employees-12% of its work force-earlier this week in an effort to trim costs.

    Posted 03/06/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Egghead.com laid off 77 of its employees-12% of its work force-earlier this week in an effort to trim costs.
  • / Marketing

    Attractive e-mails entice customer to shop, Egghead.com says

    As e-mail becomes more sophisticated and interesting, with HTML content and color graphics, customer response rates go up, says Jeffrey Sheahan, CEO of Egghead.com.

    Posted 02/28/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    As e-mail becomes more sophisticated and interesting, with HTML content and color graphics, customer response rates go up, says Jeffrey Sheahan, CEO of Egghead.com.
  • The Struggle for Profitability

    An investment of $1,000 in Amazon.com in May 1997 when the online book retailer went public was worth $39,000 eighteen months later in December 1998. When software retailer Egghead Inc. closed its stores in 1998 and adopted an Internet-only selling strategy, its stock price surged from $5.37 a share to $20.80. The run-up in the stock prices of Web-based sellers has been one of the most widely reported financial stories of the last year. And the...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    An investment of $1,000 in Amazon.com in May 1997 when the online book retailer went public was worth $39,000 eighteen months later in December 1998. When software retailer Egghead Inc. closed its stores in 1998 and adopted an Internet-only selling strategy, its stock price surged from $5.37 a…
  • After grounding brick & mortar model, Egghead takes flight as dot-com

    After cracking under the weight of its bricks-and-mortar store, Egghead hatched a plan to salvage the company as a pure-play. The 16-year-old company that once tried to be everything to everyone is now zeroing in on business-to-business sales. And with a new strategy and a new partner, Egghead.com is ready to cross the profit threshold. Seated in the front car of Egghead’s decade-and-a-half-long roller-coaster ride is George Orban. Orban began...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    After cracking under the weight of its bricks-and-mortar store, Egghead hatched a plan to salvage the company as a pure-play. The 16-year-old company that once tried to be everything to everyone is now zeroing in on business-to-business sales. And with a new strategy and a new partner, Egghead.com…

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