September 1, 2000




people

Too Close for Comfort Depending on which surveys you read, online consumers now rank their concern for the security of their personal information above their concerns about the economy, who will win the upcoming presidential election, and the national level …

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September 1, 2000




MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS

Skittish second quarter M&A activity up just slightly Mergers and acquisitions activity was nearly as subdued during the second quarter of the year as in the first. Just 11 deals involving print or online catalogers were completed in April, May, …

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September 1, 2000




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Derivative Solutions First it was “disintermediation,” then it was “reintermediation.” The e-supply chain can’t seem to figure out which way it wants to go. But in a virtual marketplace, does “intermediation” really matter?
Probably not, because the supply “chain” isn’t …

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March 1, 2000




Postal reform: Will it take a fire?

It’s a given that conventional mailboxes will be a lot less crowded in the new millennium. Consider the following items:
The Internet could eventually usher in a day when almost all those envelopes will contain advertisements, and the majority of …

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March 1, 2000




E-MAIL MARKETING: Beware the spam blockers

Catalogers reaching out to their customers by e-mail have a new obstacle in their way: spam blockers. At least three e-mail providers – Yahoo!, Hotmail, and Netaddress – have offered incoming-mail filters to their e-mail subscribers.
These filters act as …

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August 1, 2000




B-to-b e-financing still out there

Despite widespread reports that financing for Internet start-ups – particularly b-to-b portals – has been drying up, the following investment firms each laid down millions on b-to-b portals over the past few months, according to The Industry Standard.
- In …

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February 1, 2000




INTERNATIONAL: New list rules for Britannia

U.K.’s Data Protection Act makes overseas mailings trickier
On March 1, when the U.K.’s Data Protection Act (DPA) takes effect, one of Europe’s largest mail order markets will become even trickier for U.S. list and database …

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February 1, 2000




OFF ONTO THE SHELF & THE WEB

Can’t afford a six-figure, customized Web design? Off-the-shelf software may be a viable alternative
When Catalog Music Corp. decided to create a Website last year, money was an object. The Nashville, TN-based cataloger of classic country-music CDs and cassettes has …

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February 1, 2000




LEGISLATION: No Internet taxes-yet?

Commission is leaning toward recommending a delay
The Advisory Committee on Electronic Commerce (ACEC) still has one more meeting to go before it makes its recommendations to Congress in April. But after a December meeting in San Francisco, committee members …

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February 1, 2000




THE NEW GLOBAL MERCHANT

Now that you can reach buyers worldwide, make it easy for them to buy from you
For all the hype about the age of Internet commerce – the breathtaking stock valuations of Internet companies and the statistics forecasting off-the-chart growth …

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