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  • Feds crack down on online sales of counterfeit goods

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    Feds crack down on online sales of counterfeit goods

    Government seizes 82 domain names of web sites allegedly selling phony or pirated items.

    Posted 11/29/2010Don DavisPost a comment

    Government seizes 82 domain names of web sites allegedly selling phony or pirated items.
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    How the web could make a big maker of shoes smaller -- and why that’s good

    If Nike only made the samples its reps need to show retailer customers, it would still be the fifth largest shoemaker in the world. But virtual sampling could reduce that production and its expense by visualizing design changes online and on the fly.

    Posted 12/16/2004Mary WagnerPost a comment

    If Nike only made the samples its reps need to show retailer customers, it would still be the fifth largest shoemaker in the world. But virtual sampling could reduce that production and its expense by visualizing design changes online and on the fly.
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    Buy.com launches a sports store with 65,000 new products

    Buy.com’s Sports Store will offer products for team sports, water sports, winter sports, hiking, hunting, fishing, exercise, running, tennis and golf as well as sports and fitness apparel and footwear.

    Posted 04/30/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Buy.com’s Sports Store will offer products for team sports, water sports, winter sports, hiking, hunting, fishing, exercise, running, tennis and golf as well as sports and fitness apparel and footwear.
  • Nike Runs with Alpha Online

    When Nike Inc. decided to add an e-commerce layer to its Web site-to sell the shoes and clothes it promotes online-staffers didn't have much direct-to-consumer retail experience to go on: no catalog operation, no order-fulfillment program. But the executive who's overseeing the launch, Mary Kate Buckley, is a pro at figuring out how to implement retail operations under the most challenging circumstances. "I am most excited when I'm in unchartered...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    When Nike Inc. decided to add an e-commerce layer to its Web site-to sell the shoes and clothes it promotes online-staffers didn't have much direct-to-consumer retail experience to go on: no catalog operation, no order-fulfillment program. But the executive who's overseeing the launch, Mary Kate…

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