comScore Networks announced the results of the first complete review of consumer e-commerce for the year 2001, reporting that sales at domestic online retailers surged to $53 billion for the year.

Arbitron Inc. announced that it has begun recruiting consumers for the planned second and final phase of the U.S. market trial of its revolutionary new radio, television and cable TV audience measurement device - the Portable People Meter (PPM).

During a typical week in the spring and summer of 1997, about 7 percent of U.S. workers (9.3 million people) worked at least one full day at home, according to a report released by the Commerce Department's Census Bureau.

Yankelovich announced a new partnership with top multicultural experts at the strategic research and consulting firm Cheskin to produce the 2002 Hispanic MONITOR study. Now in its seventh wave, this study takes an in-depth look at the values, attitudes and marketplace patterns of U.S.

New research from Knowledge Networks/Statistical Research shows that post-September 11th shifts in the topics of greatest interest to magazine readers may already be giving way to old habits, with sports, movies, and people/personalities all regaining appeal.

Jupiter Media Metrix reports that advertisers are skeptical about forming long-term relationships with agencies for interactive marketing.

Cheskin, a strategic market research and consulting firm, has just released the third report in its Market Insight Series.

Microsoft has retained Coral Gables-based public relations firm, GDB + Partners, promote the Microsoft "Build Your Business" Tour, a series of educational and networking events among Hispanic small business owners and managers.

As creatures of comfort, Americans are continuing to take stock in the hottest trend this season - home-style food.

Major corporations have continued layoffs despite the holiday season, and more are expected throughout the first quarter of the New Year. The Five O'Clock Club, the nation's premier career counseling network, has prepared the following tips to help your audience survive.

When Robert Kiyosaki -- author of the best-selling books "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" and the 'Rich Dad series -- sought the legal services of Michael Lechter, a top intellectual property (IP) and patent attorney with Squire, Sanders & Dempsey in Phoenix, Arizona, he brought with him a prototype of h

The Puerto Rico Tourism Company (PRTC) announced that travelers would have until April 14, 2002 to take advantage of its "Fly Free to Puerto Rico" program.

Motorola, Inc., building on its highly successful two-year outreach campaign within the entertainment industry, has retained Creative Artists Agency (CAA) to develop integrated marketing programs that leverage entertainment properties to build its brand and drive product sales.

The Radio-Mercury Awards has launched its own website, , with access to the 2002 Call For Entry form for the chance to one of 12 win cash prizes totaling over $150,000 and awarded in recognition of creative excellen

Kraft Foods announced that Brian Driscoll, currently Senior Vice President of Sales and Customer Logistics for the Biscuit, Snacks & Confections Group, has been named to the newly created position of Executive Vice President, Field Sales and Integrated Logistics.