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April 7, 2000 | Bloomberg News
JFax.com Inc., an Internet messaging company based in Hollywood, said it plans to buy rival EFax.com Inc. for about $74 million in stock. The combined company will keep the JFax.com name. It will have more than 125,000 paid subscribers and about 2.8 million free users. JFax.com's services allow people to manage faxes, voicemail and e-mail through a single Internet mailbox. JFax.com shares rose 44 cents to $4.44, while Menlo Park, Calif.-based EFax.com closed up 16 cents at $4.59, both on
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April 7, 2000 | Bloomberg News
JFax.com Inc., an Internet messaging company based in Hollywood, said it plans to buy rival EFax.com Inc. for about $74 million in stock. The combined company will keep the JFax.com name. It will have more than 125,000 paid subscribers and about 2.8 million free users. JFax.com's services allow people to manage faxes, voicemail and e-mail through a single Internet mailbox. JFax.com shares rose 44 cents to $4.44, while Menlo Park, Calif.-based EFax.com closed up 16 cents at $4.59, both on
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April 5, 1999 | ASHLEY DUNN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If you've been thinking about getting a fax machine--and who in these gizmo-obsessed days has not--it might be time to reconsider. In the last few months, two Internet companies have begun offering free fax telephone numbers to anyone with an e-mail address. With your unique fax number, you can receive transmissions from anyone--all without owning a fax machine. Faxes are sent to a central location, where they're converted into image files and immediately dispatched to you as e-mail attachments.
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July 30, 2003 | Josh Friedman, Times Staff Writer
When J2 Global Communications Inc. held its quarterly earnings conference call with investors and analysts last week, the company figured it had some good news: Second-quarter profit of 47 cents a share beat analysts' average estimate by 3 cents. Yet on the stock's Yahoo message board after the report came out, someone was outraged -- or pretended to be. "I can't believe they missed by 8 cents!!!," the poster wrote in what may have been a deliberate attempt to hurt the shares.
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