Companies Maintain E-Business Budgets, For Now
Though not as bullish as they
were three months ago, IT and e-business executives say their
companies remain committed to Internet projects amid intensified
EU May "Make
An Example" Of U.S. Privacy Abusers
Company officers and board directors
may be at risk for liability in future data privacy suits as
more regulations in the United States and around the globe come
into effect this summer, attorneys told corporate privacy professionals.
E-Tailers Seek To Retain Customers Year-Round
Online retailers proved once again
this holiday season that they know how to draw shoppers. But
the true test of survival will be whether they can keep them.
Say 'No Thanks' To Personal Questions
A survey reports that consumers
are hesitant about releasing information such as telephone numbers,
addresses, and credit card numbers over the Internet.
Among Women Surges
Looking for your teenage daughter
or grandmother? Try the Internet.
Retailers Fined For Delays
Seven Internet retailers agreed
Wednesday to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that during
the 1999 holiday shopping season they failed to give buyers adequate
notice of shipping delays.