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Exhibit 1: Who Needs Profits?
Company name Stock price Revenues (000s) Net
income
(net loss)
Retained earnings/
(accumulated
deficit)
(000s)
Market
capitalization
(000s)
Updated
stock price
(000s)
  As of 8-23-00 6 months ending 6-30-00 As of 6-30-00 As of
6-30-00
As of
8-23-00
As of 12-15-00
iVillage 7 18 $37,496 ($62,426) ($255,314) 210,500 78
Verticalnet 46 12 $81,009 ($43,605) ($116,378) 4,047,000 7 2132
Priceline.com 24 78 $665,893 ($18,088) ($1,205,662) 4,197,000 1 1316
Infospace 26 $43,578 ($114,944) ($213,457) 6,487,000 10 14
Starmedia Network 8 18 $23,820 ($79,100) ($228,386) 536,000 2 1516
Edgar Online 3 1332 $4,495 ($4,423) ($13,332) 43,200 1916
Amazon.com 36 12 $1,151,765 ($625,609) ($1,507,637) 13,412,000 22 78
CDnow 2 6164 $77,601 ($60,440) ($234,776) 96,900 N/A*
eToys 4 14 $24,862 † ($56,957) ($279,916) 518,500 1 132
eBay 56 116 $183,152 $17,878 $45,506 15,048,000 38
* CDnow was purchased by Bertelsmann Music Group (BMG). †Quarter ending 6-30-00.

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