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  • Read All About It

    As the iPod transformed music, Amazon’s Kindle and similar devices are changing the way consumers buy and read books.

    Posted 09/29/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    As the iPod transformed music, Amazon’s Kindle and similar devices are changing the way consumers buy and read books.
  • An orderly process

    The latest Internet Retailer Survey asks online merchants about their shipping and order management practices.

    Posted 03/31/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    The latest Internet Retailer Survey asks online merchants about their shipping and order management practices.
  • Why we rank America`s Top 400 e-retailers

    Our Top 400 Guide is bigger and better—with more information on each site.

    Posted 06/02/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Our Top 400 Guide is bigger and better—with more information on each site.
  • The slowing of online sales

    After months of torrid growth, online shopping is taking a breather, according to BizRate.com Inc. and comScore Networks Inc.

    Posted 04/30/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    After months of torrid growth, online shopping is taking a breather, according to BizRate.com Inc. and comScore Networks Inc.
  • Duds for the diaper set

    Part Martha Stewart, part Instyle, Babystyle.com features clean lines, chic apparel and a playful spirit. The online boutique is the brainchild of Laurie McCartney, a former Disney executive who found traditional markets too fragmented for busy moms-to-be. What pregnant woman wants to run to one store for a bassinet and another for maternity blouses? McCartney launched Babystyle in July, bringing stylish baby gear and maternity apparel under one...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Part Martha Stewart, part Instyle, Babystyle.com features clean lines, chic apparel and a playful spirit. The online boutique is the brainchild of Laurie McCartney, a former Disney executive who found traditional markets too fragmented for busy moms-to-be. What pregnant woman wants to run to one…

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