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  • / Technology

    eBay leads electronics sites in visitors, reports Nielsen/NetRatings

    EBay led computer and consumer electronics sites in visitors for the week ending March 7, Nielsen/NetRatings reports. EBay Electronics hosted 2.8 million unique visitors, nearly a third of all visitors that week to computer and electronics sites.

    Posted 03/19/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    EBay led computer and consumer electronics sites in visitors for the week ending March 7, Nielsen/NetRatings reports. EBay Electronics hosted 2.8 million unique visitors, nearly a third of all visitors that week to computer and electronics sites.
  • / E-Retailers

    CDNow-Columbia House Merger Off

    CDNow, Time Warner Inc. and Sony Corp. have called off the merger of CDNow and Columbia House. Instead, Time Warner and Sony will invest $21 million in CDNow and convert an existing $30 million loan commitment into long-term convertible debt. Under the revised deal, CDNow remains an independent public company with continued ties to Time Warner, Sony and Columbia House. "We are obviously disappointed that the merger originally envisioned last July...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    CDNow, Time Warner Inc. and Sony Corp. have called off the merger of CDNow and Columbia House. Instead, Time Warner and Sony will invest $21 million in CDNow and convert an existing $30 million loan commitment into long-term convertible debt. Under the revised deal, CDNow remains an independent…
  • / E-Retailers

    CDNow Finds A New Dance Partner In Columbia House

    CDNow Inc. has entered into a definitive agreement with Sony Corp. of America and Time Warner Inc. to merge with Columbia House, the leading club-based direct marketer of music and videos, which is owned equally by Sony Corp. and Time Warner Inc. The new public company resulting from the merger will be owned 37% each by Sony and Time Warner. CDNow's existing stockholders will own the remaining 26%. Backed by two of the world's largest media...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    CDNow Inc. has entered into a definitive agreement with Sony Corp. of America and Time Warner Inc. to merge with Columbia House, the leading club-based direct marketer of music and videos, which is owned equally by Sony Corp. and Time Warner Inc. The new public company resulting from the merger…
  • / E-Retailers

    CDNow says it has cash for 6 months

    Thanks to an infusion from Time Warner Inc. and Sony Corp., CDnow says it has $40 million on hand--enough cash for at least six months. The e-retailer disputed published reports that it has cash for only a month's expenses. Last week, in accouncing the collapse of its merger with Columbia House, the online music retailer revealed that Columbia House parents Time Warner and Sony had agreed to invest $21 million and convert an existing $30 million...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Thanks to an infusion from Time Warner Inc. and Sony Corp., CDnow says it has $40 million on hand--enough cash for at least six months. The e-retailer disputed published reports that it has cash for only a month's expenses. Last week, in accouncing the collapse of its merger with Columbia House,…
  • I4 Commerce names three new executives

    Adam Joffe has joined I4 Commerce as CIO from Sony Online Entertainment. Also hired to executive positions recently are Chris Williams, vice president of consumer marketing, and Carolyn Groobey, head of consumer strategy.

    Posted 07/30/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    Adam Joffe has joined I4 Commerce as CIO from Sony Online Entertainment. Also hired to executive positions recently are Chris Williams, vice president of consumer marketing, and Carolyn Groobey, head of consumer strategy.
  • / Technology

    Content management tool helps vendors and retailers generate site traffic

    Retailers are using a content management service from WebCollage that lets vendors and merchants directly control branded content.

    Posted 04/28/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Retailers are using a content management service from WebCollage that lets vendors and merchants directly control branded content.
  • / Technology

    Nintendo scores biggest gain in traffic among top computer hardware sites

    Nintendo, the maker of online games and consoles, scored the highest year-to-year increase in January web traffic, at 82%, among the top 10 computer hardware manufacturers’ sites, Nielsen/NetRatings reports.

    Posted 02/16/2007Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Nintendo, the maker of online games and consoles, scored the highest year-to-year increase in January web traffic, at 82%, among the top 10 computer hardware manufacturers’ sites, Nielsen/NetRatings reports.
  • / Technology

    Big Fish Games hooks multi-player game developer Thinglefin

    Online casual game developer and distributor Big Fish Games has acquired Thinglefin, a developer of perpetual online games that can be played by hundreds or even thousands of players at a time.

    Posted 12/05/2007Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Online casual game developer and distributor Big Fish Games has acquired Thinglefin, a developer of perpetual online games that can be played by hundreds or even thousands of players at a time.
  • / Technology

    Netflix leads in online ad impressions for week ending Aug. 10

    Online video rental company Netflix garnered the most online ad impressions among companies providing retail goods and services for the week ended Aug. 10, according to Nielsen/NetRatings.

    Posted 08/22/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Online video rental company Netflix garnered the most online ad impressions among companies providing retail goods and services for the week ended Aug. 10, according to Nielsen/NetRatings.
  • / Technology

    Panasonic posts sharpest gain in traffic in March among electronics sites

    Panasonic posted the sharpest year-to-year gain, 170%, in the number of visits to computers and consumer electronics sites in March, according to Nielsen/NetRatings. But it ranked last among the top 10 sites, with 2.1 million visits.

    Posted 05/05/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Panasonic posted the sharpest year-to-year gain, 170%, in the number of visits to computers and consumer electronics sites in March, according to Nielsen/NetRatings. But it ranked last among the top 10 sites, with 2.1 million visits.

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