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  • J.C. Penney maps a new path

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    J.C. Penney maps a new path

    The retailer will cut prices, reduce promotions and overhaul store design.

    Posted 01/25/2012Allison Enright1 comments

    The retailer will cut prices, reduce promotions and overhaul store design.

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  • / Marketing

    Adobe launches a cool tool for web designers, but Apple sours on it

    With Adobe’s new Creative Suite 5, web designers have a user-friendly way to build Flash-enabled applications—like videos with buy buttons—and deploy them across multiple e-commerce and m-commerce platforms without having to work with software code. But because of a block of CS5 by Apple Inc., designers will still have to turn to software code developers skilled in Apple’s technology to build apps for the iPhone and iPad, experts say.

    Posted 04/15/2010Paul DemeryPost a comment

    With Adobe’s new Creative Suite 5, web designers have a user-friendly way to build Flash-enabled applications—like videos with buy buttons—and deploy them across multiple e-commerce and m-commerce platforms without having to work with software code. But because of a block of CS5 by Apple Inc.,…
  • / Technology

    Apple leads in visits to computer hardware sites in August

    Apple Computer Inc. recorded the most traffic of the top 10 computer hardware sites in August, with visits increasing 45% to 36.6 million from 25.3 million a year earlier, according to Nielsen/NetRatings.

    Posted 09/29/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Apple Computer Inc. recorded the most traffic of the top 10 computer hardware sites in August, with visits increasing 45% to 36.6 million from 25.3 million a year earlier, according to Nielsen/NetRatings.
  • / Technology

    Apple leads in visits to computer hardware sites

    Apple Computer Inc. led in number of unique visitors to computer hardware manufacturers` sites for the week ended Dec. 14, with 4.4 million, 61% more than second-ranked Hewlett-Packard Co., Nielsen/NetRatings reports.

    Posted 12/31/2003Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Apple Computer Inc. led in number of unique visitors to computer hardware manufacturers` sites for the week ended Dec. 14, with 4.4 million, 61% more than second-ranked Hewlett-Packard Co., Nielsen/NetRatings reports.
  • Apple buys a mobile ad firm

    / E-Retailers

    Apple buys a mobile ad firm

    Apple has agreed to pay a reported $275 million to acquire Quattro Wireless, a mobile ad network and platform that allows advertisers to target mobile users with ads. The move marks Apple`s first direct foray into the field of advertising.

    Posted 01/05/2010Zak StamborPost a comment

    Apple has agreed to pay a reported $275 million to acquire Quattro Wireless, a mobile ad network and platform that allows advertisers to target mobile users with ads. The move marks Apple`s first direct foray into the field of advertising.
  • Stepping down, but not out

    / E-Retailers

    Stepping down, but not out

    E-commerce experts ponder the future of Apple without Steve Jobs as CEO.

    Posted 08/25/2011Kevin Woodward1 comments

    E-commerce experts ponder the future of Apple without Steve Jobs as CEO.
  • / Technology

    Apple and the National Federation of the Blind reach a consensus

    Apple will make iTunes U, an area of the iTunes music store with content provided by colleges and universities, fully accessible to the blind by Dec. 31 and will contribute $250,000 to the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind.

    Posted 10/01/2008Bill BriggsPost a comment

    Apple will make iTunes U, an area of the iTunes music store with content provided by colleges and universities, fully accessible to the blind by Dec. 31 and will contribute $250,000 to the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind.
  • / Technology

    Apple hammers competing computer hardware manufacturers in January visits

    Apple’s site drew more than 50 million unique visitors in January, 15% more than January 2007 and more than double second place Hewlett-Packard among computer hardware manufacturers, reports Nielsen Online.

    Posted 03/07/2008Don DavisPost a comment

    Apple’s site drew more than 50 million unique visitors in January, 15% more than January 2007 and more than double second place Hewlett-Packard among computer hardware manufacturers, reports Nielsen Online.
  • / Marketing

    iTunes provides the training for Mac-based software, a retailer finds

    Multi-channel retailer embasi uses Mac-based software from Xsilva Systems to manage checkout at its two stores and web site. The software’s look, which mimics that of Apple’s popular iTunes music program, is easy for employees to learn, embasi says.

    Posted 12/18/2008Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Multi-channel retailer embasi uses Mac-based software from Xsilva Systems to manage checkout at its two stores and web site. The software’s look, which mimics that of Apple’s popular iTunes music program, is easy for employees to learn, embasi says.
  • / E-Retailers

    iPods continue their strong upward trajectory

    Apple Computer shipped 5.3 million iPods during its fiscal second quarter, up 558% over a year ago, the company reported today. Analysts note that the continued strong demand for digital music devices bodes well for the future of online music downloads.

    Posted 04/14/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Apple Computer shipped 5.3 million iPods during its fiscal second quarter, up 558% over a year ago, the company reported today. Analysts note that the continued strong demand for digital music devices bodes well for the future of online music downloads.

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