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  • New priceline.com mobile feature adds cheaper same-day hotel booking

    / Mobile Commerce

    New priceline.com mobile feature adds cheaper same-day hotel booking

    Most  mobile customers make same-day hotel reservations.

    Posted 09/29/2011Kevin WoodwardPost a comment

    Most ?mobile customers make same-day hotel reservations.
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    $190 Million Priceline Stock Deal

    Liberty Media Corp. and Vulcan Ventures Inc. have invested $190 million in priceline.com stock. Stamford, Conn.-based priceline.com will use about $125 million of the after-tax proceeds of this transaction to participate in the third financing round of Priceline WebHouse Club, an e-commerce service offering consumers savings on groceries and gasoline. The groceries service, now active in ten markets, has enrolled more than a million members, the...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Liberty Media Corp. and Vulcan Ventures Inc. have invested $190 million in priceline.com stock. Stamford, Conn.-based priceline.com will use about $125 million of the after-tax proceeds of this transaction to participate in the third financing round of Priceline WebHouse Club, an e-commerce service…
  • New dot-com puts itself on the map

    If William Shatner and Whoopi Goldberg can lend their names to Internet startups, so can the 360 residents of Halfway, Ore. In fact, the town only needed to lend half its name to get in on the launch of an e-commerce site for selling goods person to person. In a deal with soon-to-debut Half.com, the eastern Oregon hamlet became the first dot-com city namesake. “It’s a win-win situation,” says Patty Huff, city planner of newly christened Half.com....

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    If William Shatner and Whoopi Goldberg can lend their names to Internet startups, so can the 360 residents of Halfway, Ore. In fact, the town only needed to lend half its name to get in on the launch of an e-commerce site for selling goods person to person. In a deal with soon-to-debut Half.com,…

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