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More firms make the e-commerce connection

As the e-commerce market heats up, both brick-and-mortar and Net companies are faced with either expanding to meet market demands or becoming obsolete.

 

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As the e-commerce market heats up, both brick-and-mortar and Net companies are faced with either expanding to meet market demands or becoming obsolete.

"Having an Internet strategy will not provide [brick-and-mortars] with new opportunities, but it will provide them the opportunity to defend their market share."

-Ken Cassar, Jupiter's digital commerce analyst

 


Intel broadens hosting services
The giant chipmaker says it intends to expand its Web hosting offerings from consumer-oriented storefronts to lucrative business-to-business services.

Net sales snag brick-and-mortar business
E-commerce's success is largely coming at the expense of offline sales, giving brick-and-mortar merchants further reason to go online.

Cyberian, Tweeter next to sell electronics online
The online seller of computer-related products and the land-based chain store form an alliance to sell consumer electronics over the Internet.