After a brief sprint out the gate as trading began, ISDEX lost its legs as
the overall market got weak knees. ISDEX closes at 299.51, off 3%. Today’s
Drugstore.com. Amazon.com holds 46% of Drugstore.com’s outstanding shares
as of December 31, 1998. Other investors include Kleiner Perkins (which
also backed Amazon), Maveron, LLC and Liberty Media.
“collegiate” community hub concept. It expects to launch in summer, 1999.
Commonplaces is 50% owned by Network Event Theater (NASDAQ:NETS). There are
a few college hubs already in existence, so the battle has begun before
CommonPlaces has even put its gear on.
integrate their leading products to offer Internet marketing management.
Vignette makes the popular StoryServer, which lets publishers on the Web
manage data, while Open Market makes the popular Transact commerce
software. We see this as a good fit that enables the melding of content and
goal of 3.65 million shares offered. We think iVillage could generate $20
million to $25 million revenue this year and therefore target its offer at
between 12x and 15x this year’s revenue. iVillage focuses on providing news
and info to women.