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Magazine articles on conducting business on the internet, customer service, fulfillment, digital currency, legal issues.
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The Motley Fool
August 12, 2005
Tom Taulli
The Yahoo! Dynasty U.S. Internet powerhouses see China as the next Internet frontier. After all, look at this week's megadeal, in which Yahoo! agreed to shell out a cool $1 billion for a 40% stake in Investors, take note. mark for My Articles 705 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 9, 2005
Tom Taulli
E*Trade Is Going Long The online brokerage has been trying to do a deal. And, it finally happened. The company announced it will shell out $700 million in cash to purchase Harrisdirect from BMO Financial Group. Investors, take note. mark for My Articles 469 similar articles
PC Magazine
August 3, 2005
Karen Jones
eBay Branches Out Online auction giant eBay has 147 million registered users buying and selling just about everything imaginable. And when fee increases initiated earlier this year prompted some eBay store owners set up their own online shops, eBay launched two new services. mark for My Articles 724 similar articles
August 15, 2005
Spencer E. Ante
Craig Newmark: The Net's Free Force Developed by an "unlikely superstar of the Internet Age," Craigslist today is an online grapevine that generates 1.5 billion page views a month -- and has become a disruptive force, striking fear among newspaper publishers who rely on classifieds revenue. mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 5, 2005
Rich Smith
eSpeed Out of Gas Electronic bond trader eSpeed reported its second-quarter earnings yesterday, and the news was not good at all. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Bank Systems & Technology
August 2, 2005
Steven Marlin
The Little Bank That Could An interview with George Rapp, director of IT at Stonebridge Bank, uniquely positioned as a local financial institution and a cutting-edge Internet bank. Here, Rapp explains the bank's two-factor authentication strategy. mark for My Articles 47 similar articles
September 2005
Radley Balko
Who Killed PayPal? The PayPal Wars: Battles With eBay, the Media, the Mafia, and the Rest of Planet Earth, by Eric M. Jackson shows how "consumer advocates" can make life miserable for consumers. mark for My Articles 349 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 3, 2005
Jeff Hwang
IAC's Q2 Previews Life After Separation InterActiveCorp posts a solid second quarter ahead of its spin-off of Expedia as a stand-alone business. Investors got a sneak peek at life after separation as both IAC and Expedia reported second-quarter results individually. mark for My Articles 93 similar articles
Financial Planning
August 1, 2005
Bob Hirschfeld
TD Ameritrade's Good Deal The merger of the two online broker-dealers will transform the new firm into a top contender. mark for My Articles 560 similar articles
The Motley Fool
July 28, 2005
Tom Taulli
Banking on Bankrate Much has happened at Bankrate, and much of it appears to be good. Despite the company's reliance on several macro factors, this stock is a buy. mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
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