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April 4, 2005, Monday

E-Commerce Report; Now that credit card companies won't handle online tobacco sales, many merchants are calling it quits.

 ABSTRACT - Scores of Internet cigarette merchanges, crippled by decision of credit card companies to stop accepting payment for tobacco products bought online, are either limping along or have shut down; card companies were told by coalition of states and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms that virtually all such sales were illegal; some online merchants say they were wrongfully singled out by authorities.

 

 

April 11, 2005, Monday

E-Commerce Report; Amazon.com, already a proven bookseller, expands into publishing original work with the purchase of BookSurge.

ABSTRACT - Amazon.com's recent purchase of BookSurge, on-demand book printing business that relies on Internet technology to print few copies at a time, discussed; Amazon seems good match for company's self-published authors; company says its software automates printing process to point where even single-copy orders are profitable, even though book's final price is comparable to books produced through traditional means; drop in cost and improvement in publishing has made self-publishing more acceptable to authors, whose chances of distributing books has improved as result of Internet.

 

 

April 26, 2005, Tuesday

THE MEDIA BUSINESS: ADVERTISING; Newspapers Find National Ads a Tough Sell
 
ABSTRACT - Many newspapers have been ailing as readers defect to other sources of news and advertisers seek new ways to attract potential customers; biggest challenge comes from Web sites and search engines like Google and Yahoo; newspaper Web sites still benefit from classifieds and other ads that once belonged almost solely to newspapers; their ad revenue pales in comparison with that of big Internet search engines and portals; recent financial results suggest that big newspapers are suffering more than smaller ones; Dow Jones says ad revenue at domestic and international print publications, including Wall Street Journal, fell 10.8 percent during first quarter compared with year earlier; New York Times says ad revenue rose 0.8 percent at unit that includes New York Times, New York Times on the Web and International Herald Tribune; but ad revenue at its regional media group, which includes newspapers like Tuscaloosa News in Alabama and The Press Democrat in Santa Rosa, Calif, increased 7.2 percent; companies that own primarily small or midsize newspapers reported better results on whole; ad figures for Knight Ridder, Tribune Co, Lee Enterprises and Gannett, which publishes USA Today, noted; New York Times president-chief executive Janet L Robinson says big newspapers could fight their way out of slump; chart.

 

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