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  • CDW to go public

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    CDW to go public

    The retailer could raise about $467 million.

    Posted 06/17/2013Kevin WoodwardPost a comment

    The retailer could raise about $467 million.

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  • / Technology

    Card-not-present insurance incorporates ClearCommerce software

    James Hampden Insurance will reduce by up to 25% the premiums on card-payment risk coverage for companies who use ClearCommerce Risk Management software.

    Posted 03/26/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    James Hampden Insurance will reduce by up to 25% the premiums on card-payment risk coverage for companies who use ClearCommerce Risk Management software.
  • / Technology

    Vcommerce gets another round of funding

    Vcommerce Corp., a leading provider of outsourced commerce services, today announced it has secured $21 million in mezzanine-round financing. The company will use this funding, which will take it through to profitability, to expand its product development, sales and marketing efforts. This will further enhance its technology and related services for brick-and-mortar retailers, manufacturers and e-commerce sites. Investors in the companyÕs...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Vcommerce Corp., a leading provider of outsourced commerce services, today announced it has secured $21 million in mezzanine-round financing. The company will use this funding, which will take it through to profitability, to expand its product development, sales and marketing efforts. This will…
  • / Press Release

    Beatie and Osborn LLP Announces eToys Inc. Shareholders File Class Action

    NEW YORK, July 5 -- A class action lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on behalf of all shareholders who purchased the common stock of eToys, Inc. (formerly listed as Nasdaq: ETYS) between May 19, 1999 and May 26, 2000, inclusive. The named plaintiff alleges that eToys, Edward C. Lenk, its President and Chief Executive Officer at the time of its Initial Public Offering, and Steven J. Schoch, its...

    Posted 07/06/2001

    NEW YORK, July 5 -- A class action lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on behalf of all shareholders who purchased the common stock of eToys, Inc. (formerly listed as Nasdaq: ETYS) between May 19, 1999 and May 26, 2000, inclusive. The named plaintiff…

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