Various B2B exchanges evolve in fits and starts

Messmer, Ellen
May 2000
Network World;05/22/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 21, p18
Trade Publication
Focuses on the joint venture formed by Ford Motor Co., General Motors Corp. and DaimlerChrysler AG to establish an online business-to-business exchange for the American automobile industry. Antitrust concerns about the joint venture; Services to be offered by the proposed exchange; Separate electronic-commerce plans of each company.


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