Strategy sets pace - but tax must wait
The government's new e-commerce strategy
puts firm dates and deadlines on a swathe of
practical initiatives, but its commitment to
"ensure an appropriate tax environment" for
e-commerce remains less clear...
Backers wanted for net phone system
An Auckland venture capitalist is seeking energy
trust and Government support for an audacious plan
to provide high-speed internet-capable phone
connections to provincial areas...
Cybermedic closes sex aid website
An Auckland doctor who has been prescribing Viagra
and Xenical over the internet has shut down his
website at the same time the Ministry of Health
conducts a wide-ranging investigation into his
Did Smut Spammers Scam Google?
The savviest of the savvy like Google because it's so
spam-unfriendly. But one site that purports to offer
pictures of celebrity nudes may have found a way to
Microsoft eyes small businesses with new services
The software maker announces three new subscription-based Web services as part of its
bCentral initiative aimed at the small-business market...
Techies' homes are their castles
Technology workers want freebies that set them free.
That's the conclusion of a new survey to be released Wednesday by Techies.com, which polled 1,000
technology professionals on their preferred perks...
CEOs flee dot.coms
Dot.com companies, many of which have struggled to
reach profitability, had the highest rate of chief executive departures among
U.S. companies in October, according to a survey by outplacement firm
Challenger Gray & Christmas...
Will the Grinch Ruin E-Tailers?
The next couple of months will be a make or break period
for many struggling Internet retailers. After last year's
brisk but glitch-filled holiday shopping season, retailers
get a crucial second chance...