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Computers / E-Tailing / Consumer Bargains #192940

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 25, 2000
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Jupiter Communications report predicting exploding growth in Internet commerce reported.

(New York: Dan Harris) Changes in on-line "e-tail" shopping with the disappearance of big bargains featured; details given of the drop in 'net stocks like and the closing of some Internet companies. [Jupiter Communications Ken CASSAR, President and CEO Frank NEWMAN - say businesses have to make money and some on-line practices did not make sense.] [On-line shopper Wendy SHANKER - says consumers were "looting websites."] [ CEO Ken SEIFF - outlines new customer practices.]

Harris, Dan;
Simpson, Carole

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