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  • Booking.com’s mobile bookings surpass $3 billion in 2012

    / Mobile Commerce

    Booking.com’s mobile bookings surpass $3 billion in 2012

    The travel company’s apps have been downloaded more than 20 million times, it reports.

    Posted 04/16/2013Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    The travel company’s apps have been downloaded more than 20 million times, it reports.

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  • / Technology

    NextCard's Top 30 e-retailers for September

    NextCard today released the NextCard eCommerce Index for September, a barometer of monthly online consumer spending. "Traditional retailers made a strong showing last month, as evidenced by the 152% and 76% growth by RadioShack.com and SharperImage.com, respectively," said Lisa Subramanian, vice president, e-commerce, NextCard. "Consumers gravitated online to buy popular Sharper Image products, such as the Razor scooter." In addition,...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    NextCard today released the NextCard eCommerce Index for September, a barometer of monthly online consumer spending. "Traditional retailers made a strong showing last month, as evidenced by the 152% and 76% growth by RadioShack.com and SharperImage.com, respectively," said Lisa Subramanian, vice…
  • / Technology

    LowerMyBills Takes On Priceline

    In a bid to steal some of Priceline.com's thunder, LowerMyBills.com, an consumer online service to research, compare and lower recurring bills such as phone bills, utility bills and credit card bills, has introduced additional savings channels for health, life and renter's insurance and for groceries. "LowerMyBills.com offers the value proposition of a Priceline, as far as breadth of service, but we offer comparison and choice,'' says Matt...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    In a bid to steal some of Priceline.com's thunder, LowerMyBills.com, an consumer online service to research, compare and lower recurring bills such as phone bills, utility bills and credit card bills, has introduced additional savings channels for health, life and renter's insurance and for…
  • / Marketing

    Priceline.com, Ramada.com agree to make sites friendlier to blind users

    In a move that could serve as a harbinger to retail web sites, Priceline.com and Ramada.com have reached an agreement with the New York State Attorney General to make their sites more usable by blind and other visually impaired consumers.

    Posted 08/25/2004Paul DemeryPost a comment

    In a move that could serve as a harbinger to retail web sites, Priceline.com and Ramada.com have reached an agreement with the New York State Attorney General to make their sites more usable by blind and other visually impaired consumers.
  • William Shatner points to a new priceline.com iPad app

    / Mobile Commerce

    William Shatner points to a new priceline.com iPad app

    The travel company eases hotel booking for users of the popular tablet.

    Posted 09/14/2011Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    The travel company eases hotel booking for users of the popular tablet.
  • / E-Retailers

    Priceline expects to fail analysts' estimates

    Priceline.com said today it anticipates third quarter 2000 revenues will be below the range of analysts' estimates for the company. Priceline said it expects third quarter revenues would be $340 million to $345 million, compared to analysts' estimates of $360 million to $380 million. By comparison, 3rd quarter 1999 revenue was $152.2 million. Revenues will be below the company's expectations due to a shortfall in revenue from the sale of airline...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Priceline.com said today it anticipates third quarter 2000 revenues will be below the range of analysts' estimates for the company. Priceline said it expects third quarter revenues would be $340 million to $345 million, compared to analysts' estimates of $360 million to $380 million. By comparison,…
  • Priceline stocks up on groceries

    Priceline's WebHouse Club has added 120 Key Food Stores to its "name your price" grocery service. The WebHouse Club allows customers to shop the lowest price for hundreds of grocery items. Members choose from more than 140 categories representing more than 600 national brands. After naming their price, customers can pick up their items at their choice of more than 1,000 participating stores in the New York metro area including New York, New...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Priceline's WebHouse Club has added 120 Key Food Stores to its "name your price" grocery service. The WebHouse Club allows customers to shop the lowest price for hundreds of grocery items. Members choose from more than 140 categories representing more than 600 national brands. After naming their…
  • / E-Retailers

    More bad news for Priceline

    Meanwhile, hard on the heels of the WebHouse announcement, priceline announced that Perfect Yardsale Inc., another separate priceline.com licensee that offered used merchandise to consumers on the priceline.com web site, has ceased operations. Perfect Yardsale, in operation for less than a year, has a small base of business. Between WebHouse and Perfect Yardsale, Priceline received $4.3 million in the 2nd quarter of this year. Priceline says it...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Meanwhile, hard on the heels of the WebHouse announcement, priceline announced that Perfect Yardsale Inc., another separate priceline.com licensee that offered used merchandise to consumers on the priceline.com web site, has ceased operations. Perfect Yardsale, in operation for less than a year,…
  • / Technology

    Travel site Priceline finds a way to monitor its wide world of applications

    Like many e-commerce companies, Priceline.com draws on distributed applications, both on its own servers and its partners. It has turned to a product from AppDynamics designed to monitor apps wherever they lie.

    Posted 02/26/2010Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Like many e-commerce companies, Priceline.com draws on distributed applications, both on its own servers and its partners. It has turned to a product from AppDynamics designed to monitor apps wherever they lie.
  • Online Shopping: It's A Gas Gas Gas

    Priceline WebHouse Club, a licensed affiliate of priceline.com, will launch a new service that allows drivers "name their own price" for up to 50 gallons of gasoline a month. After locking in their price, drivers can get their gasoline at local major-brand stations selected by Priceline WebHouse Club. The service will be offered nationwide starting on May 20, says Stamford, Conn.-based priceline. With Priceline for Gasoline, drivers are promised...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Priceline WebHouse Club, a licensed affiliate of priceline.com, will launch a new service that allows drivers "name their own price" for up to 50 gallons of gasoline a month. After locking in their price, drivers can get their gasoline at local major-brand stations selected by Priceline WebHouse…

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