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Much has been written lately about the failure of newspapers to adapt to the Web, but was there anything they could do?
The Web portal's acquisition offer marks a substantial premium above the job site's recent market value. But TMP Worldwide has a competing bid on the table.
The portal giant says it has moved to acquire the Net-based interactive direct marketer for about $29.6 million in stock.
Some popular free Web services are playing both sides of the fence, offering to block junk e-mail while they help advertisers push promotions into customers' in-boxes.
The Compaq-owned portal takes a step in what antispammers consider the right direction by launching an opt-in direct marketing service.
The world's largest software company announces plans to buy LinkExchange to expand small business services on its MSN Internet portal.
After watching warily from the sidelines, the credit card giant is trying to convince consumers that using their Visa cards to shop on the Internet is safe.
A push for market share and stock market scares are driving the merger craze, as all manner of online firms join forces.
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American Express is using an online sweepstakes with a $100,000 top prize to try to gain online customers. American Express, along with Yoyodyne Entertainment, is launching a new mall, offering Netizens a chance at a $100,000 shopping spree. The contest will run October 15 through January 31. The companies hope people will be lured to the mall, which will have more than 140 online merchants, and then stay and shop.