Buy.com, Amazon Raising Capital To Expand

Garrity, Brian
February 2000
Billboard;02/19/2000, Vol. 112 Issue 8, p6
Trade Publication
Focuses on Internet companies who use initial public offerings (IPO) of stock to raise capital for expansion. The success of Buy.com Inc.'s IPO and its plans for the proceeds; Amazon.com's plans to sell debt securities to fuel European expansion; Concerns about the profitability of electronic commerce companies.


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