Cyberian Outpost Makes Deal With AOL

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As part of a one-year agreement, Internet computer retailer Cyberian Outpost, Kent, CT, (www.outpost.com) will be the exclusive third-party retailer of new computer hardware and peripheral equipment in the Computing Superstore of AOL Networks. AOL Networks is the Internet online services division of America Online. Terms of the agreement call for Cyberian to make guaranteed payments of $5 million to AOL, who will also share in the revenues. Cyberian also will be operating in the AOL Shopping Channel and be integrated into computer areas on AOLís Web site.
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