30 Results for

wine.com

Article

Wine.com to decant $20 million in funding

The online wine retailer ferments plans to improve its business and Web site for customers.

By September 3, 2004

Article

Maybe mobile wine shopping isn't such a lame idea after all

Wine.com is a hangover URL from the dot-com bubble, but that hasn't stopped this company from crushing.

By November 15, 2011

Article

Wine.com harvests funds, chairman

The online wine seller plans to branch into high-end wines for collectors and hopes that an investment round will help it ripen into a winning vintage.

July 16, 2002

Article

eVineyard prunes assets from Wine.com

The online wine retailer acquires the URLs, customer list and Web site content of rival Wine.com.

April 27, 2001

Article

eVineyard prunes assets from Wine.com

The online wine retailer acquires the URLs, customer list and Web site content of rival Wine.com.

April 27, 2001

Article

Wine.com cuts back staff

Wine.com said Monday that it had lopped off 65 percent of its work force as part of a plan to streamline its business. The Napa, Calif.-based company confirmed that it laid off 160 out of 245 employees and also was revamping its executive staff. A decision on a final executive team had not been reached. Wine.com, which merged with WineShopper.com last August, continues to take orders. Besides grappling with a slowing economy, online liquor stores have faced regulatory obstacles regarding the sale and transportation of alcohol.

By April 2, 2001

Article

After onstage spat, Offerpal replaces CEO

Departing CEO Anu Shukla says the offers-and-surveys company has been hunting for a new chief exec for "many months," but the timing is a little suspect considering recent media scrutiny of its business model.

By November 4, 2009

Article

Amazon suspends wine sales effort

Senior account manager at the online retailer notifies winery partners via e-mail that it has corked the plan.

By October 25, 2009

Article

Short Take: Wine.com partners with PBS

Wine portal Wine.com announced yesterday an alliance with several cooking programs on PBS. As the exclusive online wine merchant for the partnering PBS shows, Wine.com will extend the reach of its brand by contributing online content, providing underwriting support for broadcast programming, and having a strong presence at public television food events and in promotional materials.

By April 21, 2000

Article

Nexon and 7-Eleven promote in-game Slurpees

I would love to buy my virtual self a nice refreshing Slurpee. The free-to-play online-game company and the corner store chain also are offering physical prizes like 7-Eleven hats.

By November 11, 2008