E-Loan NZ avoiding fate of Aussie cousin, says CEO
E-Loan New Zealand's strategy has sheltered it
from the kind of pressures that this week saw
its Australian counterpart fire most of its staff,
says chief executive Bruce Gordon...
Internet fortunes fluctuate
FlyingPig sold about $260,000 worth of product in July ...
costs, however, were reportedly running at $350,000 a month...
Clear says "us too" on high-speed wireless
Clear Communications has joined the
high-speed wireless Internet race - using the
same increasingly crowded unlicensed 2.4Ghz
band as Walker Wireless, RadioNet and
MP3.com loses crucial ruling in copyright lawsuit
A federal judge today found that MP3.com willfully infringed the
copyrights of Seagram's Universal Music Group, opening the company to enormous potential
damages in one of the first trials to address the legal boundaries of Internet music
Federal regulators launch latest attack on Net fraud
Cracking down on so-called pump-and-dump schemes that federal regulators say robbed
investors of more than $10 million, the Securities and Exchange Commission today launched
its fourth Internet fraud sweep, the agency said...
MP3.com told to pay $118M
A federal judge on Wednesday ordered
MP3.com Inc. to pay $118 million in
damages to Universal Music Group for
APBNews to be dissolved
APBNews.com, which has been
operating under bankruptcy protection
since early July, will have its assets
auctioned off in a U.S. bankruptcy court
Thursday after a startup Internet firm
retracted an offer to revive the
cash-strapped news outfit...
Austrian Takes Bids on U.S. Votes
"We don't care about state law," said the Austrian
who bought voteauction.com from an American