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December 30, 1998 | From Bloomberg News
ValueVision International Inc. and Spiegel Inc.'s Eddie Bauer on Tuesday joined the chorus of retailers on the Internet to report a surge in holiday sales. ValueVision, which sells everything from housewares to designer fashions, saw its shares climb 82% after it said holiday-season sales on its Web site and home-shopping television network soared. The company said TV sales were up 70%. It didn't give a figure for Internet sales, but said they were increasing at a faster rate than TV sales.
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March 10, 1999 | From Associated Press
NBC is entering the world of fake furs, pasta cookers and porcelain figurines with its first investment in home shopping. NBC parent General Electric Co. is buying a minority stake in ValueVision International Inc., the third-largest home-shopping cable network, hoping to tie the companies' TV and Internet businesses into one powerful retailer. "Home-shopping channel offerings on cable . . .
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March 10, 1999 | From Associated Press
NBC is entering the world of fake furs, pasta cookers and porcelain figurines with its first investment in home shopping. NBC parent General Electric Co. is buying a minority stake in ValueVision International Inc., the third-largest home-shopping cable network, hoping to tie the companies' TV and Internet businesses into one powerful retailer. "Home-shopping channel offerings on cable . . .
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December 30, 1998 | From Bloomberg News
ValueVision International Inc. and Spiegel Inc.'s Eddie Bauer on Tuesday joined the chorus of retailers on the Internet to report a surge in holiday sales. ValueVision, which sells everything from housewares to designer fashions, saw its shares climb 82% after it said holiday-season sales on its Web site and home-shopping television network soared. The company said TV sales were up 70%. It didn't give a figure for Internet sales, but said they were increasing at a faster rate than TV sales.
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