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Google to start charging companies for listings
Google is to start charging companies for listing their products in a core part of its search service, the first time it has converted a free section of its giant online index into a purely commercial venture.
Electronic trading comes to OTC oil swaps
A group of brokers has signed on with exchange operator CME Group to offer electronic trading of over-the-counter oil swaps, a specialised market where most deals are still negotiated by telephone.
Music: It's in your head, changing your brain
Michael Jackson was on to something when he sang that "A-B-C" is "simple as 'Do Re Mi.'" Music helps kids remember basic facts such as the order of letters in the alphabet, partly because songs tap into fundamental systems in our brains that are ...
Disruptions: Indiscreet Photos, Glimpsed Then Gone
Snapchat allows people to take and send a picture, then control how long it is SnapchatSnapchat allows people to take and send a picture, then control how long it is visible by the person who receives it.
C or S Corporation Choice is Critical for Small Business
But if you have a corporation—one you formed or inherited—should it be S or C? What does this alphabet soup even mean? Articles of Incorporation filed with your Secretary of State are the corporation's birth certificate, but they don't say if the ...
Invention kit for banana pianos, alphabet soup keyboards
For the most part, keyboards just aren't very exciting. They sit there and go clickety-clack. What if you want a keyboard that goes squish-squash or splish-splash?
Leaving Wall Street for Wine Country
Around the corner from his apartment in New York's Alphabet City was a liquor store with a formidable selection. He took to hanging out there after work, perusing labels and soaking up the culture.
Samsung Targets the iPhone
Samsung's new Galaxy S phone runs on Google Inc.'s Android software and comes with a faster chip—a quad-core processor developed by the company to match the iPhone—that allows users to watch video while emailing, for example.
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Vancouver's social media star HootSuite: $1-billion or bust
As Facebook prepares for its massive initial public offering, the booming social media market has also produced a breakthrough year for a Canadian company.
For AOL, a Costly Gamble On Local News Draws Trouble, a network of small-town news sites owned by AOL Inc., has emerged at the center of a tug of war over the Internet company's future.