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  • / Marketing

    Former iVillage/NBC exec heads business development at Glam Media

    Glam Media, which operates the fashion and lifestyles portal and retail affiliate site Glam.com, has appointed former iVillage/NBC executive Jennifer Salant to lead business development, Glam said today.

    Posted 04/02/2007Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Glam Media, which operates the fashion and lifestyles portal and retail affiliate site Glam.com, has appointed former iVillage/NBC executive Jennifer Salant to lead business development, Glam said today.
  • Eddie Bauer launches holiday season with Rockefeller Center promotion

    When the ice rink opens at New York’s Rockefeller Center later this month, rink sponsor Eddie Bauer will greet shoppers with a pop-up holiday store and a web kiosk that offers free-shipping from EddieBauer.com.

    Posted 10/06/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    When the ice rink opens at New York’s Rockefeller Center later this month, rink sponsor Eddie Bauer will greet shoppers with a pop-up holiday store and a web kiosk that offers free-shipping from EddieBauer.com.
  • / Technology

    Internet technology pioneer joins MyWebGrocer as chief operating officer

    Tim Kenney, who founded an Internet technology company in the 1990’s that helped to build the first e-commerce platform for MyWebGrocer, has joined the provider of grocery e-commerce services as its first chief operating officer.

    Posted 04/28/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    Tim Kenney, who founded an Internet technology company in the 1990’s that helped to build the first e-commerce platform for MyWebGrocer, has joined the provider of grocery e-commerce services as its first chief operating officer.
  • Fulfillment provider NewRoads gets a new CEO

    NewRoads Inc., a provider of third-party fulfillment and customer management services to Internet retailers, has a new CEO.

    Posted 08/23/2004Paul DemeryPost a comment

    NewRoads Inc., a provider of third-party fulfillment and customer management services to Internet retailers, has a new CEO.
  • NBC flips the dial with Apple and iTunes

    The iTunes store is losing one of its key sources of video content: NBC. The network supplied iTunes with three of its 10 best selling TV shows last season and accounted for 30% of TV show sales.

    Posted 09/05/2007Bill BriggsPost a comment

    The iTunes store is losing one of its key sources of video content: NBC. The network supplied iTunes with three of its 10 best selling TV shows last season and accounted for 30% of TV show sales.
  • / Technology

    Consumers spent $2.6 billion online the first week in December, says survey

    The eSpending report by Goldman Sachs, Harris Interactive and Nielsen/NetRatings says shoppers spent $2.6 billion on the web during the first week of December--nearly double the $1.4 billion spent during an average week in November.

    Posted 12/17/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The eSpending report by Goldman Sachs, Harris Interactive and Nielsen/NetRatings says shoppers spent $2.6 billion on the web during the first week of December--nearly double the $1.4 billion spent during an average week in November.
  • RCA Jazzes Up Web Site, Enhances Customer Service

    Thomson Consumer Electronic has unveiled a new RCA website and has announced shipment and online availability of the RCA LYRA personal digital audio player at the companion LyraZone.com website. Further, Thomson Direct Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Thomson Consumer Electronics, has started online consumer sales and shipment of more than 100 models of TVs, DVD players, VCRs, camcorders, select audio/video accessories, the RCA Digital Cable...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Thomson Consumer Electronic has unveiled a new RCA website and has announced shipment and online availability of the RCA LYRA personal digital audio player at the companion LyraZone.com website. Further, Thomson Direct Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Thomson Consumer Electronics, has started…
  • / Technology

    Apparel tops the list of what consumers are buying online

    Online shoppers spent $2.5 billion on apparel in November and through the second week in December, says the eSpending report by Goldman, Sachs & Co., Harris Interactive, and Nielsen/NetRatings, an increase of 35% over last year.

    Posted 12/23/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Online shoppers spent $2.5 billion on apparel in November and through the second week in December, says the eSpending report by Goldman, Sachs & Co., Harris Interactive, and Nielsen/NetRatings, an increase of 35% over last year.
  • GE Wants To Bring Good E-Commerce Sales To Light

    The General Electric Company announced today that it has signed an agreement with JGSullivan Interactive, Inc. to place GE Appliances' content on the Internet for over 1,500 GE authorized independent retailers. These Internet sites will have full transactional capability and allow the consumer to purchase product and services direct from the dealer. These transactional Web sites have been created for major buying groups - Associated Volume...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    The General Electric Company announced today that it has signed an agreement with JGSullivan Interactive, Inc. to place GE Appliances' content on the Internet for over 1,500 GE authorized independent retailers. These Internet sites will have full transactional capability and allow the consumer to…
  • / Technology

    Formats Aplenty For New E-Book Release

    With the release next week of "U.S. v. Microsoft: The Inside Story of the Landmark Case," The McGraw-Hill Cos. will be the first publisher to make an e-book available across the widest selection of formats and venues now available, it says, including its own new eBookstore. "U.S. v. Microsoft" by Joel Brinkley and Steve Lohr is the first book to appear on this landmark case, adds the New York City-based firm, which is publishing the book in print...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    With the release next week of "U.S. v. Microsoft: The Inside Story of the Landmark Case," The McGraw-Hill Cos. will be the first publisher to make an e-book available across the widest selection of formats and venues now available, it says, including its own new eBookstore. "U.S. v. Microsoft" by…

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