Stories for Jul. 17, 2003
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Group net profit at Yahoo Japan, owned 42 percent by Internet services firm Softbank, rose 108.6 percent from a year earlier to 4.54 billion… Read more »

Stories for Jul. 16, 2003

The U.S. District Court for Central California has issued injunctions against five adult companies using Acacia’s patented streaming technol… Read more »

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Didn’t “i” and “e” go out of fashion after 1999, with the exception of Apple? Anyway,’s service will be called iMusic (not to be con… Read more »

The Online Publishers Association Europe (OPA Europe) has launched a website, and appointed Alexander Reibnitz as its Executive Director as… Read more » is raising its annual subscription prices starting August: its two annual subscriptions packages of $30 and $18.50 are being raise… Read more »

A front page WSJ story in the wake of Yahoo’s acquisition of Overture. “Google News shook Yahoo…Worried Yahoo executives began calling ind… Read more »

Stories for Jul. 15, 2003

MSN International is undergoing its first major restructure, shifting focus towards countries and services that will generate more revenue.… Read more »

: “In a nation famous for its adoration of Mickey and friends, signing Disney was a coup for NTT and underscored its determination to win su… Read more »

Following the earlier post on Yahoo-Oracle tie-up, read a more formal story on Yahoo’s attempts to bolster its product for building corporat… Read more »

A very interesting report by guest contributor Damian Roskill, from the Digital Sports Forum, held yesterday in New York City. Micropayments… Read more »

Dispatch Interactive, which runs an OSU football e-newsletter called ” Xtras and O’s” will start charging: $9.95 subscription charge. Read more »

Some stir: Apple may have plans to extend its successful iTunes Music Store concept to sell films online, according to Bloomberg reporting o… Read more »

The mainstreaming: will unveil a new music download service next Tuesday with a $40 million promotional campaign and launch celebrat… Read more »

An interesting interview with the CEO of PlanetOut, the gay-focused portal. On competition with Yahoo and other big portals: “Given that we’… Read more »

Q2 Revenues: Revenues for New York Times Digital grew 21.7 percent in the second quarter to $21.6 million, from $17.8 million in the the yea… Read more »

Q2 Results for Dow Jones Electronic Publishing, which includes, among others: Revenues were $80.0 million, up 1.8 percent from the p… Read more »

You don’t have to be one of Hollywood’s chosen few to be a TV star. The Internet is becoming a platform for individual and community televis… Read more » has launched its broadband content platform (desktop app, really) Wednesday called ABC Motion. Initially, consumers will get a packa… Read more »

Jakob Nielsen on why PDF usability is a joke…Users get lost inside PDF files, which are typically big, linear text blobs that are optimize… Read more »

Stories for Jul. 14, 2003

Well, no, the story doesn’t say anything about that…written by Phillip Swann of, he says: “DirecTV could team with HBO t… Read more »

Jupitermedia has acquired the assets of for $2.25 million in cash, 200,000 restricted shares of Jupitermedia common stock and the a… Read more »

Yahoo Europe has announced the appointment of ex-BBC and Channel Four content and programming boss Peter Grimsdale as editorial director. Gr… Read more »

Nerve, the literary-porn website,which has been celebrating its sixth year anniversary, has been profitable for a year, according to a essay… Read more »

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