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IS BUCO BRUCE ONLINE IN THE OFFING? GLAZERS BUY TWO WEBZINES
Published April 28, 1998
Zapata Corp., controlled by Bucs Owner Malcolm Glazer and his family, "bought two online magazines Monday and plans to buy more," according to Kris Hundley of the ST. PETERSBURG TIMES. TX-based Zapata has acquired Word and Charged online magazines from NJ-based Icon CMT Corp, which had suspended publication of the magazines in March. Word was one of the Internet's first magazines, focusing on life, work and social issues. Charged was devoted to extreme sports like skateboarding and rock-climbing. With the companies new focus on the Web, Zapata also announced it is changing its name to Zap Corp. (ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, 4/28).