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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterLinkedIn Corp. has made a big connection with investors, who are valuing the professional networking company at more than $1 billion. LinkedIn said Tuesday that it had received $53 million in venture capital funding from Bain Capital Ventures and three...
Tribune workplace columnistDaniel Lewis sat riveted to a computer screen while an animated figure marched into a virtual Cold Stone Creamery store and asked for ice cream. A tiny clock ticked away the seconds while Lewis tried to pick the right flavors and scoop the correct...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA week after lawmakers shamed its executives as moral "pygmies," Yahoo Inc. on Tuesday reached an out-of-court settlement with the families of two Chinese journalists thrown into jail for dissidence after the company disclosed their identities to local...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe Emmy-winning creators of "My So-Called Life" and "thirtysomething" are two of the biggest television names so far to unveil ambitious stand-alone projects for the Web. Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick said Wednesday that they would produce 36...
Special to The TimesTravelers looking to book a hotel online will find a dizzying selection of Web sites. There are the powerhouses, such as Orbitz, Expedia and Travelocity, and the discount sites — Hotels.com, Hotelsdiscount.com and Lodging .com. And of course there...
Sun StaffOnline retailing - still in its infancy but growing fast despite some early stumbles - will continue moving into the mainstream of consumer buying in 2001. Last year, a crowded field of purely Internet start-ups fought it out for market share,...
Times Staff WriterAmericans have been watching television commercials for more than 50 years. Pretty soon, commercials will be watching them. Cable and satellite giants are installing technology that will enable them to zap targeted TV commercials to different homes...
Special to The TimesYou can stand in line for the airport check-in counter if you really want to, or you can check in on the Web up to 24 hours or more in advance on nearly every major airline, dodging yet another travel hassle. Despite the time and trouble Web check-in...
Sun StaffLast in a series In the lounge of a posh New York hotel last fall, two men munched on bagels and chewed over the future of Blue Sky Factory Inc. One of them was Greg Cangialosi, 28, who had spent the past eight months pouring his personal savings and...
Special to The TimesBidding for a hotel room on a Web site such as Priceline or Hotwire requires a leap of faith. Before you even know the name or affiliation of the hotel you're bidding on, you must pay for your entire stay. No changes, no refunds. These sites appeal to...
Special to The TimesIn a classic big-fish-eats-little-fish scenario, InterActiveCorp, parent company of Expedia, has been gobbling up smaller online travel companies. The Internet travel portfolio of IAC, of which media mogul Barry Diller is chief executive, now includes...
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