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Re: Report: More Shopping Channels, More Spending 2  Cynthia Burin   2001-08-27 14:37:48 
Re: MGM and Blockbuster To Offer Downloadable Movies 2  Matthew Mabry   2001-08-27 13:00:11 
Re: Ready, Aim, Fire: Targeting Your E-Biz Message 4  Steven M   2001-08-26 13:39:39 
Re: Web Sites Repeat One-Day Airfare Sale 2  Dave Purscell   2001-08-24 14:13:39 
Re: The Internet Travel Wars - Fight or Flight? 4  Ricky Currier   2001-08-24 11:01:50 
Re: Faith in E-Commerce Hard To Kill 4  Paul B.   2001-08-23 22:20:37 
Re: Can Word of Mouth Save E-Commerce? 8  FredNeumann   2001-08-23 16:46:08 
Re: Credit Card Woes Might Close Buy.com 3  ghmrhsc   2001-08-23 15:33:30 
Re: E-tailers Get By With a Little Help From Friends 3  John P. Cohn   2001-08-22 19:06:10 
Re: Who Will Be Ready for a Strong E-Biz Economy? 2  David Cox   2001-08-22 15:52:07 
Re: VeriSign Targets Small Biz with E-Commerce Security Package 2  Roy Adams   2001-08-22 14:33:01 
Re: Bye Bye, E-tail Darlings 2  jimmyshoe   2001-08-22 13:26:11 
Re: Kmart Farms Out BlueLight.com Operations 3  Sid   2001-08-22 10:03:37 
Re: Online Grocers Check Out of Cities, Into Wealthy Neighborhoods 4  Mark Weindling   2001-08-21 21:31:48 
Re: Report: $525M in E-tail Sales Tax Not Collected in 1999 2  Paul   2001-08-21 12:43:16 
Re: Study: Car Buyers Hard To Find Online 2  sara   2001-08-20 13:41:57 
Re: Studies Say Banner Ads Work, But Bigger Is Better 3  Chicken   2001-08-18 22:38:28 
Re: Yahoo! Gets Backing in Nazi Memorabilia Case 3  Bueno   2001-08-18 01:57:46 
Re: Red Hat To Offer Open-Source E-Commerce Suite 2  Rastaman   2001-08-17 09:15:13 
Re: Airlines Withdraw Internet Commissions 2  Tina Neira   2001-08-17 00:31:32 

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