NEW YORK--DoubleClick Inc. (dclk) CEO Kevin Ryan said the company is seeing a pullback in the firstquarter but "nothing as bad as Yahoo.
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WASHINGTON--The Federal Trade Commission has dropped its investigation into the data-collection practices of DoubleClick Inc., the biggest Internet advertising company.
DoubleClick Inc. and 24/7 Mediahave a message for their suffering shareholders -- prospects may be looking up in 2001.
Engage and 24/7 Media crashed 36 percent ondisappointing quarters. DoubleClick Inc.
DoubleClick Inc. plunged Friday as the company's third-quarter earnings news sunk in.
While some tech companies rebounded Friday, dot-com firms got slammed on investors' fears that cash flow issues and a declining ad market would take even more wind out of their sails.Bad news from DoubleClick, Inc.
Online ad network DoubleClick Inc. (dclk) has agreed to purchase NetCreations (ntcr) in a deal worth $191 million.
Shares for both Yahoo! Inc. (yhoo) and DoubleClick Inc.
DoubleClick Inc. lost less than analystsexpected in the second quarter, but sounded a note ofcaution about the current period.
DoubleClick Inc. says it was a 'mistake' -- banner ads for the likes ofJack Daniel's and Southern Comfort appear on Snoopy.
24/7 Media Inc. has filed a patent infringement suit against DoubleClick Inc.
DoubleClick Inc. met analysts' estimates for its first quarter on Monday, losing $13.
DoubleClick Inc., the Internet advertising firm, said Friday that it was extending its ad campaign designed to inform consumers about the company's privacy policies.
DoubleClick Inc. (Nasdaq: DCLK) President Kevin Ryan said today that his company never used sensitive online data in its collection of consumer profiles.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center, or EPIC, has filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission, asking the agency to look into Internet advertising firm DoubleClick Inc.’s practice of profiling people who visit its member sites.
DoubleClick Inc. (Nasdaq: DCLK) posted a smaller-than-expected loss in its fourth quarter Tuesday, losing $3.
DoubleClick Inc. (Nasdaq: DCLK), which has been on a tremendous run for the past year, gave its investors an early Christmas present Monday, announcing a 2-for-1 stock split.
Internet advertising firm DoubleClick Inc. (Nasdaq: DCLK) has named a director of public policy and government affairs.
Shares of DoubleClick Inc. and 24/7 Media Inc. rose Wednesday amid revived speculation about a possible merger between the two Internet advertising sales networks.
DoubleClick Inc., one of the Web's leading proponents of pay-for-performance advertising, has stopped shuttling ad traffic through its DoubleClick Direct program, in which marketers paid only for advertising that generates clicks or sales from Web viewers.
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