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Amazon Goes Full Bore for B2B Commerce


The launch of Amazon Business marks a major scaling up of Amazon's efforts to cater to the B2B market. Amazon Business "offers 100 times the selection AmazonSupply.com does," said spokesperson Lori Richter, as well as new features and benefits "such as a multi-seller marketplace and business-only selection and pricing." There's much more to come, she added. "This is only the beginning."
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Shiny Apple Has a Few Soft Spots


Apple on Monday reported another quarter of stellar earnings, detailing its drive to 27 percent revenue growth on the backs of its iPhone, Mac and App Store sales. The company generated $58 billion in revenue in the second quarter -- about a $12 billion increase year over year -- and posted a net profit of $13.6 billion, roughly $3 billion more than the year-ago quarter.
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Re: BlackBerries, Patents and the Public Good 2  alvinsmith   2006-04-05 19:48:26 
Re: The Rebirth of the Online Grocery 16  mismysis   2006-03-31 08:07:13 
PayPal could add UseMyBank in 2006 1  UseMy   2006-03-31 03:26:55 
Re: Challenges Ahead as Banking Customers Swarm Online 2  UseMy   2006-03-31 03:21:20 
Re: Microsoft Realigns Windows on Heels of Vista Postponement 2  rayted32   2006-03-25 16:34:03 
Re: Study: Domain Sales Volume Increased by 68 Percent Last Year 2  namecritic   2006-03-23 06:00:12 
Re: Google Launches Finance Site in Latest Portal Play 2  easilee   2006-03-21 15:50:43 
Re: Revamped Blinkx Program to Deliver Automatic Searches 2  klempit   2006-03-08 15:12:21 
Re: AMD Calls Skype Into Intel Battle 2  elurrule   2006-03-04 06:42:38 
Re: Can Legislation Stop Identity Theft? 2  dundiv   2006-03-02 10:11:38 
Re: Grab A Bargain.com Takes Aim at eBay, Half.com 6  sbreit   2006-03-01 16:45:14 
Re: RIM Posts Strong Q3 Earnings Under Patent Dispute Cloud 2  blueblack   2006-02-22 23:36:13 
Re: Microsoft Responds to EU Antitrust Complaints 2  Kagehi   2006-02-15 12:44:44 
Re: Network Solutions CEO Champ Mitchell Highlights Internet Services 2  neokdx   2006-01-13 12:27:43 
Re: Texas Files Second Lawsuit Against Sony 2  sevenredp   2005-12-22 13:54:25 
Re: Telecommuting Climate Getting Chilly 3  Ed_Dodds   2005-12-22 10:47:37 
Re: Customer Relations Managers Face Job Transformations - Part 3 2  mahesh_iyer   2005-12-21 23:28:04 
Re: Credit Card Security: Where Are We Now? 2  dundiv   2005-12-13 14:46:32 
Re: Advice for Internet Banks: Do Something 8  cnknudson   2005-12-12 08:40:44 
Re: Yahoo Brings Questioners Together With Answers 2  brettz9   2005-12-11 11:36:38 

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