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Zethus

(zē`thəs): see AntiopeAntiope
, in Greek mythology. 1 Theban princess, daughter of Nycteus. She was seduced by Zeus and bore him twin sons, Zethus and Amphion. Fleeing to Sicyon to escape the wrath of her father, she was forced to abandon her infants on Mt.
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It was just very difficult market conditions," said a source at Goldman Sachs, a firm that had invested $15 in the company, trying to explain why Zethus failed.
Executives at Cushman & Wakefield, who at one point looked at Zethus as its opportunity to lead the industry into cyber-bliss, were not returning calls either, nor were officials at RealtyIQ, an online data provider which was hoping to form a merger with Zethus.
Executives at RealtyIQ were equally elusive, indicating only that there will be a conference between their firm and Zethus, Inc.
In fact, when the real estate giant signed a deal with Zethus earlier this year, its executives were hoping that Zethus alone would become the e-transaction site of choice for the nation's real estate professionals.
A 17-year veteran of the Internet and information technology industry, Mike Conger is responsible for leading technology and software development at Zethus.
Prior to joining Zethus, Conger served as Regional Technical Manager and Market Architect at Cambridge Technology Partners where he was responsible for providing architectures and business systems for a diverse client base - focusing primarily on the delivery of complex e-Business and e-Commerce systems and Internet technologies.
As CTO, Solomon will oversee a global staff of more than 50 professionals, working on projects such as the redesign and expansion of C&W's website, its intranet site, administrative uses of the Internet; business and marketing uses of Zethus, and other e-commerce technology initiatives of the firm.
Prior to joining Zethus, Karba served as the Director of Development at Register.
As Senior Vice President, Dan Dubrowski is responsible for overseeing the development of the Zethus transaction platform and managing strategic partner relationships.
The team is comprised of: Tom Bacon, Co-Founder, Chief Operating Officer; Jim Hime, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer; Chris Hughes, Senior Vice President-Sales; Ann Kifer, Senior Vice President of Marketing Communications; Jeffrey Scott, Co-Founder and President of the Zethus Sales Division; Frank Sullivan, Principal-Sales; and Jeff Walker, Senior Vice President of Business Development and General Counsel.
Scheduled to launch in the first quarter of 2001, Zethus will empower users by providing state-of-the-art technology and tools needed to complete transactions online.