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Ecommerce News Roundup for September 14, 2011

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Check out stories from around the web in today's ecommerce news roundup!

eBay

"GSI Commerce founder launches a new e-retail company: Michael Rubin's Kynetic includes Rue La La, online sporting goods retailers and ShopRunner," Internet Retailer, 9/12/11
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Amazon.com

"Amazon e-book subscription? Publishers should join," Cnet, 9/12/11
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"Amazon Courting Magazine, Book Publishers for Kindle Tablet," eWeek, 9/12/11
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"MyHabit.com Introduces Exclusive Curated and Vintage Sale Events: New ongoing series kicks off with Janie Bryant and vintage Chanel collections," Press release, 9/12/11
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Daily Deals

"More Bad News For Groupon: Sales Team Files Class-Action Suit," PaidContent, 9/9/11
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Online and Mobile Payments

"Digital Content Monetization Challenges, Opportunities and Trends," PayPal blog, 9/12/11
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Ecommerce News & Trends

"Target's New Missoni Collection Brings Down Site," New York Times Bits blog, 9/13/11
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"Lowe's unleashes 42,000 iPhones in stores: Employees can access a wealth of information for customers in the aisles," Internet Retailer, 9/12/11
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"Google exec talks do's and don'ts of online marketing, search and holiday prep," Shop.org blog, 9/12/11
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Tech News and Culture

"Steve Jobs Through the Years: Highlights From the D Conference," Wall Street Journal, 8/26/11
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"Arrington Is Out at AOL and TechCrunch," New York Times Bits blog, 9/12/11
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