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  • / E-Retailers

    Diversified Internet company United Online to acquire web florist FTD

    United Online, whose holdings include Internet service providers Juno and NetZero, will pay $806 million in stock, cash and assumption of debt. The two companies share a similar customer base and expect to cross-sell their services, United Online says.

    Posted 04/30/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    United Online, whose holdings include Internet service providers Juno and NetZero, will pay $806 million in stock, cash and assumption of debt. The two companies share a similar customer base and expect to cross-sell their services, United Online says.

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  • / E-Retailers

    United Online acquires FTD for $754 million

    United Online Inc. has completed its previously announced acquisition of FTD Group Inc. The company paid about $307 million in cash, issued FTD shareholders 12.3 million shares of United Online valued at nearly $15 each and assumed FTD’s debt.

    Posted 08/28/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    United Online Inc. has completed its previously announced acquisition of FTD Group Inc. The company paid about $307 million in cash, issued FTD shareholders 12.3 million shares of United Online valued at nearly $15 each and assumed FTD’s debt.
  • / Technology

    Kmart drops the banners on its ISP, adds local access numbers

    Kmart is removing the banner ads from its BlueLght Internet service. Instead of banner ads, customers logging on to the Internet through the BlueLight ISP will get a task bar linking them to e-mail and to BlueLight.com.

    Posted 09/25/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Kmart is removing the banner ads from its BlueLght Internet service. Instead of banner ads, customers logging on to the Internet through the BlueLight ISP will get a task bar linking them to e-mail and to BlueLight.com.
  • RocketCash In NetZero's Orbit

    NetZero Inc., a provider of targeted advertising and commerce-supported free Internet access, has signed an agreement to acquire privately held RocketCash Corp., an online gateway that enables consumers, particularly in the teen market, to shop and buy securely on the Internet without a credit card. Under the terms of the agreement, NetZero will issue about 5.6 million shares of its common stock. Subject to various closing conditions, the...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    NetZero Inc., a provider of targeted advertising and commerce-supported free Internet access, has signed an agreement to acquire privately held RocketCash Corp., an online gateway that enables consumers, particularly in the teen market, to shop and buy securely on the Internet without a credit card.…
  • AzoogleAds Network adds industry veterans to management team

    The pay-for-performance online ad network taps veterans of Advertising.com, DoubleClick and Quigo to grow its executive ranks. The Toronto-based company opens a new business development office in New York.

    Posted 10/17/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The pay-for-performance online ad network taps veterans of Advertising.com, DoubleClick and Quigo to grow its executive ranks. The Toronto-based company opens a new business development office in New York.
  • / Marketing

    NetZero Finalizes Acquisition of RocketCash Corporation

    NetZero Inc., a provider of advertising- and commerce-supported Internet access, has finalized the acquisition of privately-held RocketCash Corp., an online gateway that enables consumers--particularly the rapidly growing teen market--to shop and buy securely on the Internet without a credit card. Under the terms of the agreement, NetZero issued approximately 5.6 million shares of its common stock. NetZero intends to utilize RocketCash's...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    NetZero Inc., a provider of advertising- and commerce-supported Internet access, has finalized the acquisition of privately-held RocketCash Corp., an online gateway that enables consumers--particularly the rapidly growing teen market--to shop and buy securely on the Internet without a credit card.…
  • BlueLight.com launches new Internet service terms

    BlueLight.com, Kmart Corp.`s online selling venture, will launch its re-vamped Internet access service March 1 tailored to reward online shoppers with Internet connections and special discounts.

    Posted 02/21/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    BlueLight.com, Kmart Corp.`s online selling venture, will launch its re-vamped Internet access service March 1 tailored to reward online shoppers with Internet connections and special discounts.
  • From free to gone: Kmart wants to sell its BlueLight ISP to United Online

    Kmart Corp. announced that United Online Inc. has agreed to pay $8.4 million for Kmart’s BlueLight Internet access service. The sale is subject to federal bankruptcy court approval.

    Posted 10/11/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Kmart Corp. announced that United Online Inc. has agreed to pay $8.4 million for Kmart’s BlueLight Internet access service. The sale is subject to federal bankruptcy court approval.
  • / Technology

    Etelcharge.com acquires digital payments provider

    Etelcharge.com, a service that lets online shoppers charge purchases to their phone bills, is acquiring PaymentOne Corp., a digital payment services provider. Details of the transaction were not disclosed.

    Posted 08/07/2008Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Etelcharge.com, a service that lets online shoppers charge purchases to their phone bills, is acquiring PaymentOne Corp., a digital payment services provider. Details of the transaction were not disclosed.
  • BlueLight`s ISP goes from local to express

    BlueLight.com, which based its success on free ISP, is restricting riders on its ISP bus. Too many hours online and you get booted off.

    Posted 02/02/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    BlueLight.com, which based its success on free ISP, is restricting riders on its ISP bus. Too many hours online and you get booted off.

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