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August 28, 2001 | From Reuters
The outlook for Internet access provider Excite@Home Corp. dimmed further Monday when the company received demands that it must repay $50 million by Friday. Excite@Home, which has little cash left and $1 billion in debt, said it was contesting that demand, but added that if it is forced to repay, it could have a "materially adverse" effect on its liquidity and ability to fund operations. Shares of Excite@Home, formally At Home Corp., fell 11 cents, or 22%, to close at 39 cents on Nasdaq.
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BUSINESS
February 2, 1999 | GREG WILES, BLOOMBERG NEWS
Shares of Cnet Inc., which runs news Web sites and produces TV shows about technology, rose 12% as a public offering for an affiliate company neared and takeover speculation circulated. The San Francisco-based company's shares rose $12.88 to close at $117.88 on Nasdaq. Earlier, shares climbed to $126.25, an all-time high. CBS.MarketWatch.com reported Cnet shares surged because the company may benefit from the upcoming stock offering by Vignette Corp.
BUSINESS
September 29, 2001 | MATTHEW FORDAHL, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Excite@Home Corp., the leading provider of high-speed Internet access over cable television lines, said Friday that it will sell its broadband business to AT&T Corp. for $307 million in cash and filed for bankruptcy protection. Under the agreement, the once-highflying company's network would become a part of AT&T, which already has a controlling interest in Excite@Home. The deal is subject to a bankruptcy judge's approval.
BUSINESS
May 9, 2000 | From Bloomberg News
Excite@Home Corp. said Chief Executive George Bell replaced Thomas Jermoluk as chairman after shares of the high-speed Internet access provider dropped 78% in the last year. Jermoluk, 43, handed the chairmanship to Bell, 43, late last week, though he will remain a board member, the company said. Jermoluk turned over his position at a board meeting, the Wall Street Journal reported.
BUSINESS
February 20, 1997 | From Associated Press
A gasoline marketer that helped pave the way for motorists to pay at the pump with a credit card has a new device that should speed visits to its service stations while letting customers leave the card at home. Mobil Corp. plans to introduce in May an electronic gizmo to hook on a key chain that uses radio signals to activate the gas pump and charges the purchase with a single swipe past the pump.
BUSINESS
August 21, 2001 | JON HEALEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
ExciteAtHome Corp., the high-speed Internet company that once was poised to dominate the next generation of online services, is on the verge of falling into the broadband rubble, its auditors warned Monday. The disclosure added new urgency to the company's mounting financial difficulties, which stem in part from the decline in Internet advertising. Making matters worse, the news cut ExciteAtHome's already-flattened stock price almost in half, increasing the risk of a disastrous cash shortage.
BUSINESS
January 26, 1990 | CHRIS KRAUL
HomeFed Corp. President Robert F. Adelizzi has been named chief executive of the savings and loan holding company, taking over day-to-day management from Kim Fletcher, who will remain board chairman. Adelizzi joined San Diego-based HomeFed, parent of HomeFed Bank, in 1962 and has been its president since 1981.
BUSINESS
December 16, 1994 | CHRIS KRAUL and SEBASTIAN ROTELLA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Three former executives of failed HomeFed Bank of San Diego were indicted Thursday by a San Diego federal grand jury on 10 felony counts of conspiracy and fraud. The case stemmed from a federal task force's two-year investigation of the thrift's real estate development activities. The charges focus on an alleged "sham sale" of property in 1990 by the S&L's real estate development subsidiary, Home Capital Corp.
BUSINESS
April 25, 2001 | From Reuters
AT&T Corp. on Tuesday reported a drop in first-quarter profit, hurt by stiff competition and weak telephone calling prices, and said its second-quarter earnings would be below Wall Street's expectations. The telecommunications giant, which plans to break into three companies beginning this summer, said operating profit declined to 6 cents a share from 34 cents a year ago.
BUSINESS
April 17, 1998 | From Bloomberg News
Sun Microsystems Inc. said Thursday that its fiscal third-quarter profit rose 18%, paced by better-than-expected sales of its computer servers in the U.S. and Europe. Net income for the quarter ended March 29 rose to $232 million, or 59 cents a diluted share, compared with profit before a gain of $197 million, or 51 cents, in the year-ago period. The results matched analysts' expectations. Sun's profit rose on sales of its powerful and profitable servers and storage products.
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