(Waltham, MA), a subsidiary of Daum Communications Corp.
The Ninth Circuit had ruled that California's preference statute--contained in California's assignment for the benefit of creditors (ABC) law--is preempted by the United States Bankruptcy Code.
A spokesperson from Lycos, Inc.
, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary, said the company's recent changes and redesign are meant to "re-engage" Lycos users and signal the "re-emergence of the Lycos brand." The company is emphasizing a consumer niche.
The group, which resulted from Terra Networks, S.A's acquisition of Lycos, Inc.
in October of 2000, operates some of the most widely visited Web sites in the US, Europe, Asia and Latin America, and is the largest access provider in Spain and Latin America.
Carafano complained to Matchmaker, which removed the profile, and sued Matchmaker and its corporate successors, Lycos, Inc.
, and Metrosplash.com, Inc.
signed a distribution agreement that gives Automatic Media content premier placement throughout the Lycos Network.
While still in its infancy, RealEstate.com is charging ahead, forming strategic electronic alliances with Web powerhouses such as Waltham, Massachusetts-based Lycos, Inc.
, which runs the Lycos Network, one of the most visited hubs on the Internet (a deal announced last November), and more recently with GMAC Mortgage and GMAC Real Estate (a transaction inked in January).
Panzirer is currently the agent for 1440 Broadway and 405 Park Avenue, and represents a roster of prestigious clients, among them Max Capital Management Corp., Bear Stearns & Company, Inc., NFO Worldwide, Hambrecht & Quist, Airtouch Communications, Inc, LYCOS, Inc.
, and the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME).
Based in San Francisco, Webmonkey (www.Webmonkey.com) and other Wired Digital properties, HotBot, HotWired (www.hotwired.com), Wired News (www.wired.com), and Suck (www.suck.com), are wholly owned by Lycos, Inc.
working and site integration at Lycos, Inc.
, Waltham, Mass.
1 The Artificial Lung Surfactant, Citracal, ET-2000 Guardrail End Treatment and Lycos, Inc.
examples are cited in the Association of University Technology Manager, Inc.