New E-Commerce Rating Service Planned
Start-up Open Ratings said it plans to launch
an independent rating service designed to "increase the level of trust, reliability
and brand recognition between buyers and sellers in online business to business,
consumer and auction marketplaces."
Nike e.com shoe could be boon for Oregon forwarder
Nike.com's new Internet program that allows
consumers to "design" their own shoes could be a boon for Portland forwarder
OIA Global Logistics, a Nike executive told Reuters on Friday.
E-Tailers: Bring Back the Humans
Customer experiences are exercises in frustration.
Honda Not Fond Of Honda.net
Internet business primer: How not to treat
Ernst & Young buys stake in Latin America services firm
The investment will expand Ernst & Young's
technical and managerial resources in the region, while Softtek, based in Monterrey,
Mexico, will be able to increase its business through greater access to Ernst
& Young's global network.
Amazon offers U.K. services over cell phones
The Internet retailer's U.K. Web site will
be available on mobile phones starting tomorrow.
Just the ticket: seats for shows from ATMs
Tickets.com will join with ATM Tix to launch
a service allowing customers to pick up tickets at banks' automated teller machines.
Services firms tackle Europe for wireless trials
Internet services firms are bulking up their
wireless divisions and using Europe as a strategic proving ground before tackling
the U.S. market.
The week in review: Rent or buy?
Dell Computer, Gateway Computer and SAP joined
a growing number of high-tech companies marketing hosted Web sites and software
applications. Meanwhile, Motorola, Oracle and others moved to stake out ground
in the business of providing content for cell phones, handheld computers and other
Idealab launches online bill payment service
The Internet incubator introduces PayMe.com,
an online service that allows consumers and small business owners to send and
Dell to build, manage small-business Web sites
Dell Computer today launched a Web site hosting
initiative for small businesses, as the PC maker looks to draw new revenue from
the services market.
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