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  • E-retailers find a $500 million gift under the tree

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    E-retailers find a $500 million gift under the tree

    That’s how much online merchants could gain in proposed lower costs for debit cards.

    Posted 12/23/2010Don DavisPost a comment

    That’s how much online merchants could gain in proposed lower costs for debit cards.
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    Online sales growth barely moves the needle in October

    ComScore reports e-retail sales in October grew 1% over October 2007, the lowest monthly growth since comScore began tracking e-commerce in 2001. But at least web sales grew: Total retail sales in October were down 3.3%, says the Commerce Department.

    Posted 11/18/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    ComScore reports e-retail sales in October grew 1% over October 2007, the lowest monthly growth since comScore began tracking e-commerce in 2001. But at least web sales grew: Total retail sales in October were down 3.3%, says the Commerce Department.
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    GlobalNetXchange tops $2 billion in Q4 auction volume

    With a surge of activity in December, the value of retail industry transactions conducted through the GlobalNetXchange reached $5.1 billion in 2002, with more than $2 billion in the fourth quarter, the exchange reports at the NRF show .

    Posted 01/14/2003Paul DemeryPost a comment

    With a surge of activity in December, the value of retail industry transactions conducted through the GlobalNetXchange reached $5.1 billion in 2002, with more than $2 billion in the fourth quarter, the exchange reports at the NRF show .
  • On Irrational Pessimism

    This is no time to give up on the Internet in retailing or any other endeavor. The Internet economy is in transition—driven by the real market for goods and services.

    Posted 03/28/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    This is no time to give up on the Internet in retailing or any other endeavor. The Internet economy is in transition—driven by the real market for goods and services.
  • Fatbrain gets fat contract

    Fatbrain.com, a wholly owned subsidiary of Barnes & Noble.com, announced that the federal government has named Fatbrain.com to its General Services Administration schedule for buying books and other information resources. Under the General Services Administration Multiple Award, government employees in military and civilian agencies will be able to access Fatbrain.com's books and training materials online. In fiscal year 2000, the federal...

    Posted 01/30/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Fatbrain.com, a wholly owned subsidiary of Barnes & Noble.com, announced that the federal government has named Fatbrain.com to its General Services Administration schedule for buying books and other information resources. Under the General Services Administration Multiple Award, government…
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    E-Commerce, Banking Open Up

    Barnes and Noble, Dell Computers, Lands' End, OfficeMax, The Sharper Image and Toys R Us have been recruited as partners by Open Solutions, a provider of enterprise and e-commerce solutions for community banks and credit unions, for the initial release of its Open Community Network banking model, which it calls "a set of enabling software and services designed to create commerce and community around the banking transaction." This combination of...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Barnes and Noble, Dell Computers, Lands' End, OfficeMax, The Sharper Image and Toys R Us have been recruited as partners by Open Solutions, a provider of enterprise and e-commerce solutions for community banks and credit unions, for the initial release of its Open Community Network banking model,…

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