The European Union has a law banning unsolicited junk email. Japan has one prohibiting spam to random addresses. And the United States?
While Drugstore.com struggles to conserve cash until it can turn a profit, it must also juggle the conflicting challenges of cutting costs while increasing revenues. One technique that has helped is email marketing.
Newspaper publishers face the same dilemma bedeviling other advertising-supported media: whether to run ads amid their extensive coverage of the anniversary of the terrorist attacks.
Says coverage of the war in Afghanistan was shaped by the level of public support that existed for US action.
MaxWorldwide Inc. delayed filing its second- quarter financial report and said it will likely restate some of its previous operating results, after discovering the misclassification of research and development expenses in prior periods.
AOL Time Warner Inc.'s top executives vouched for the accuracy and completeness of the media giant's results but disclosed on Wednesday its America Online unit may have overstated revenue.
Merrill will head the digital media company's consumer division.
Revision goes back five years.
President George W. Bush Tuesday delighted technology companies and broadband proponents by pointing to broadband deployment as one way to spark the economy.
TV program distributor King World may be planning for life without Martha Stewart.