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October 26, 2001 | Reuters
NetRatings Inc. said it agreed to buy rival Internet research firm Jupiter Media Metrix for $71.2 million, increasing its customer base by 94%, at a time when research firms are struggling with economic uncertainty. Jupiter Media Metrix stockholders may choose to receive 0.149 NetRatings share or $1.95 in cash in exchange for each of their shares. The exchange ratio is fixed, based on the NetRatings closing price of $13.09 on Nasdaq.
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April 2, 2002 | From Associated Press
Jupiter Media Metrix, the technology analysis and Internet audience measurement firm, said Monday that it has only enough money to cover its operating expenses for the next few months. The firm also said that its auditor has questioned its viability. In its annual report to the Securities and Exchange Commission, the New York-based company said it holds just $7.5 million in cash and equivalents, along with $1.
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BUSINESS
April 2, 2002 | From Associated Press
Jupiter Media Metrix, the technology analysis and Internet audience measurement firm, said Monday that it has only enough money to cover its operating expenses for the next few months. The firm also said that its auditor has questioned its viability. In its annual report to the Securities and Exchange Commission, the New York-based company said it holds just $7.5 million in cash and equivalents, along with $1.
BUSINESS
October 26, 2001 | Reuters
NetRatings Inc. said it agreed to buy rival Internet research firm Jupiter Media Metrix for $71.2 million, increasing its customer base by 94%, at a time when research firms are struggling with economic uncertainty. Jupiter Media Metrix stockholders may choose to receive 0.149 NetRatings share or $1.95 in cash in exchange for each of their shares. The exchange ratio is fixed, based on the NetRatings closing price of $13.09 on Nasdaq.
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