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January 6, 2001 | Bloomberg News
U.S. Interactive Inc., which offers Web consulting services for companies, said it plans to close its Los Angeles facility with about 60 employees by Friday. The company, which is moving its headquarters to Cupertino, Calif., from King of Prussia, Pa., didn't say whether the Los Angeles employees will be offered employment at other U.S. Interactive offices. The company also plans to close its office in Philadelphia within the next few months.
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January 6, 2001 | Bloomberg News
U.S. Interactive Inc., which offers Web consulting services for companies, said it plans to close its Los Angeles facility with about 60 employees by Friday. The company, which is moving its headquarters to Cupertino, Calif., from King of Prussia, Pa., didn't say whether the Los Angeles employees will be offered employment at other U.S. Interactive offices. The company also plans to close its office in Philadelphia within the next few months.
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February 3, 2000 | Bloomberg News
U.S. Interactive to Buy SoftPlus: U.S. Interactive Inc. agreed to buy closely held SoftPlus Inc. for about $359 million in stock, cash and debt. SoftPlus investors will receive 4.8 million U.S. Interactive shares, $20 million in cash, and a one-year, $80-million note. King of Prussia, Pa.-based U.S.
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January 23, 2001
The Federal Trade Commission has ended its investigation into the data collection practices of New York-based Internet advertising company DoubleClick Inc. "DoubleClick never used or disclosed consumers' [personal identifying information] for purposes other than those disclosed in its privacy policy," Joel Winston of the FTC said. * U.S. Interactive Inc., which helps companies do business on the Internet, filed for Chapter 11 protection after announcing a $25.
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January 4, 2000 | Bloomberg News
U.S. Interactive Inc.'s (USIT) shares jumped 78% on Monday after the Internet consulting firm was named a top 10 stock pick for 2000 by Steve Harmon, who runs the investment management firm E-harmon.com. King of Prussia, Pa.-based U.S. Interactive helps companies develop Internet services. Its shares rocketed $33.50 to close at $76.50 on Nasdaq. The company first sold shares to the public Aug. 10 for $10 each. Separately, the company named James Huser, general manager of U.S.
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