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The New You
Managers at some very old line businesses have quietly launched thriving online operations. In the process, these innovators have uncovered fresh sources of revenue. June 15, 2001
End of Last-Minute Premium Prices?
Will online sellers like Expedia, Travelocity, and Orbitz put an end to the outrageous premiums corporations pay for last-minute travel? June 15, 2001
Why This Railroad B2B Needs $8 Million
A B2B marketplace needs to balance its own checkbook before it can save six major freight railroads millions of dollars on their purchasing. June 12, 2001
Can PricewaterhouseCoopers Cure the High Cost of Drugs?
The consulting firm is promoting a Web-based system that could lower drugmakers' costs and help them rush their products to market. June 5, 2001
iBlast looks to use TV transmission towers to distribute digital content. June 1, 2001
A growing number of major corporations are using eBay and various business-to-business online marketplaces as combination sales and intelligence-gathering tools. June 1, 2001
Can Covisint Shift into Gear?
Will new technology deals help parts suppliers overcome their reluctance to join the auto industry's online exchange? May 29, 2001
In the Eye of the Storm
This trucking company's CFO learned that being in the heart of Silicon Valley at the peak of the tech market was a mixed blessing. May 22, 2001
E-commerce Tax Bill is Bottled up in McCain's Panel
Congress may extend the moratorium on E-commerce taxes, but a parallel effort to simplify sales taxes nationwide may get left behind. May 18, 2001
Why This B2B Software CFO Told His VCs to Get Real
It wasn't until the Nasdaq crashed that a CFO of a B2B supplier found venture backers who actually understood his business. May 15, 2001