Inter@ctive Week Launches Research to Rank E-commerce Companies

A ranking of the top 500 revenue-generating private and public companies on the Internet soon will be available. More than 1,600 companies are currently being surveyed in the most comprehensive research project of its kind.

Inter@ctive Week is conducting the research in conjunction with the Massachusett's Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management and Ernst & Young. Inter@ctive Week will publish the results of the study in its publication, Inter@ctive Week's The Internet 500.

The study is looking at trends in business-to-business and business-to-consumer categories in addition to finding out exactly how much revenue is being generated from selling goods and services on the Web.

The publication will highlight top e-commerce success stories and the lessons they've learned. Key executives' profiles and breakdowns by key market segments also are included in The Internet 500.

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