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Title: Craigslust: The Birthday Boy had to have a motorcycle jacket. I wanted him to have one. so I arranged a noncasual encounter
Authors: Bird,Sarah
Source: Texas Monthly, 2007, 35 :12 ,pg 348+-  
Subjects: Electronic commerce
Additional Information: ID: 5419; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 45523
 
Title: Select news articles
Authors:
Source: Condition of the Texas Banking System, 2006, : ,pg 22- 27
Subjects: Economic conditions Housing Electronic commerce Bankruptcy
Additional Information: ID: 2264; Table: Chief executive officer (CEO) survey; CEO economic outlook index; Business and non-business (Bankruptcy) filings (June 30, 2001-2006); Bankruptcy filings by chapter of the Bankruptcy Code (June 30, 2001-2006). Graphs: Consumer confidence index; New one-family houses sold in the U.S.; New housing units started in the United States; Estimated quarterly U.S. retail E-commerce sales as total quarterly retail sales (1999-2004); U.S. Office vacancy rate.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 41695
 
Title: Books on-line; Oaxaca bookstore to sell English-language books via internet
Authors: Clark,Jonathan
Source: Business Mexico, 2005, 15 :8 ,pg 57-  
Subjects: Mexico - Electronic commerce
Additional Information: ID: 1695; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46217
 
Title: On-line programs boost sales; E-learning for cost effectiveness
Authors: Emmond,Kenneth
Source: Business Mexico, 2005, 15 :7 ,pg 33-  
Subjects: Mexico - Electronic commerce
Additional Information: ID: 1647; Motorala de Mexico Entrenate ( Train Yourself); Open Tec.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46670
 
Title: The power of the Internet: Is your site good enough to close the sale?
Authors: Brooks,Roger
Source: Texas Town and City, 2005, 92 :4 ,pg 24- 27
Subjects: Web sites Electronic commerce Tourism
Additional Information: ID: 1209; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 45815
 
Title: No free internet lunch; The bubble long busted, Web sites turn to selling content to survive
Authors: knowlege@wharton.com
Source: Business Mexico, 2004, 14 :2 ,pg 52- 55
Subjects: Electronic commerce Internet Surveys
Additional Information: ID: 27154; Photographs; With the dotcom bust, much of that free information disappeared. Some surveys show that consumers who once feasted on no-cost data are not necessarily resigned to paying for it now that it has a price tag attached.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 78615
 
Title: No free internet lunch; The bubble long busted, Web sites turn to selling content to survive
Authors: knowlege@wharton.com
Source: Business Mexico, 2004, 14 :2 ,pg 52- 55
Subjects: Internet Electronic commerce
Additional Information: ID: 27154; Photographs; With the dotcom bust, much of that free information disappeared. Some surveys show that consumers who once feasted on no-cost data are not necessarily resigned to paying for it now that it has a price tag attached.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 35935
 
Title: Closing a tax loophole, slowly
Authors:
Source: Texas Weekly, 2003, 19 :34    
Subjects: Electronic commerce - Taxation Sales tax
Additional Information: ID: 23896; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 73575
 
Title: For the road: By the way
Authors:
Source: Texas Highways, 2003, 50 :1   10
Subjects: Electronic commerce
Additional Information: ID: 23603; Statewide highlights: www.shopacrosstexas.com.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 73774
 
Title: For the road: By the way
Authors:
Source: Texas Highways, 2003, 50 :1   10
Subjects: Electronic commerce
Additional Information: ID: 23603; Statewide highlights: www.shopacrosstexas.com.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 25992
 
Title: Closing a tax loophole, slowly
Authors:
Source: Texas Weekly, 2003, 19 :34    
Subjects: Sales tax Electronic commerce - Taxation
Additional Information: ID: 23896; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 26178
 
Title: New business: E-Mexico spending
Authors:
Source: Business Mexico, 2002, 12 :10 ,pg 12-  
Subjects: Mexico - Electronic commerce
Additional Information: ID: 22345; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 25477
 
Title: New business: E-Mexico spending
Authors:
Source: Business Mexico, 2002, 12 :10 ,pg 12-  
Subjects: Mexico - Electronic commerce
Additional Information: ID: 22345; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 71192
 
Title: Editorial: From dot com to business as usual
Authors: Olsson,Karen
Source: Texas Observer, 2001, 93 :6 ,pg 3+-  
Subjects: Computer networks Electronic commerce
Additional Information: ID: 16479; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 70005
 
Title: Texas Monthly biz: Wilted
Authors: Gwynne,S. C.
Source: Texas Monthly, 2001, 29 :2 ,pg 45- 46
Subjects: Austin (Tex.) - High technology industries Gardening - Electronic commerce
Additional Information: ID: 16394; Garden.com was guilty of none of the typical dot-com excesses. So why did the Austin e-tailer die on the vine?; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 33340
 
Title: The crash of '29 for those under 40
Authors: Ivins,Molly
Source: Texas Observer, 2001, 93 :6 ,pg 15-  
Subjects: Electronic commerce Economics
Additional Information: ID: 16490; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 35139
 
Title: Editorial: From dot com to business as usual
Authors: Olsson,Karen
Source: Texas Observer, 2001, 93 :6 ,pg 3+-  
Subjects: Electronic commerce Computer networks
Additional Information: ID: 16479; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 38818
 
Title: Texas Monthly biz: Travelocity.com
Authors: Biesada,Alexandra
Source: Texas Monthly, 2001, 29 :2 ,pg 46-  
Subjects: Electronic commerce Fort Worth (Tex.) - Business enterprises Travel agents - Electronic commerce
Additional Information: ID: 16395; Flying through stormy skies on the Internet.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 28951
 
Title: After the storm: Many of the dot-com pioneers have either bombed out or are struggling to survive, but a new generation is learning from past mistakes
Authors: Dieusaert,Tom
Source: Business Mexico, 2001, 11 :8 ,pg 44- 45
Subjects: Mexico - Electronic commerce Mexico - Internet industry
Additional Information: ID: 18503; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 69149
 
Title: Texas Monthly biz: Wilted
Authors: Gwynne,S. C.
Source: Texas Monthly, 2001, 29 :2 ,pg 45- 46
Subjects: Austin (Tex.) - High technology industries Gardening - Electronic commerce Texas
Additional Information: ID: 16394; Garden.com was guilty of none of the typical dot-com excesses. So why did the Austin e-tailer die on the vine?; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 69374
 
Title: Tech specs
Authors:
Source: Business Mexico, 2001, 11 :9 ,pg 18-  
Subjects: Mexico - Electronic commerce
Additional Information: ID: 18523; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 23648
 
Title: Fraudulent Internet businesses
Authors:
Source: Criminal Law Update, 2001, 8 :3 ,pg 12- 15
Subjects: Electronic commerce Fraud Internet
Additional Information: ID: 17066; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 68389
 
Title: The crash of '29 for those under 40
Authors: Ivins,Molly
Source: Texas Observer, 2001, 93 :6 ,pg 15-  
Subjects: Economics Electronic commerce
Additional Information: ID: 16490; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 69571
 
Title: Texas Monthly biz: Travelocity.com
Authors: Biesada,Alexandra
Source: Texas Monthly, 2001, 29 :2 ,pg 46-  
Subjects: Electronic commerce Fort Worth (Tex.) - Business enterprises Internet Travel agents - Electronic commerce
Additional Information: ID: 16395; Flying through stormy skies on the Internet.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 68886
 
Title: Tech specs
Authors:
Source: Business Mexico, 2001, 11 :9 ,pg 18-  
Subjects: Mexico - Electronic commerce
Additional Information: ID: 18523; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 68073
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