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Meetup, tweetup, post, comment, sell!

Mar 17, 2010
If you think you're having social media management issues, consider the plight of big companies. They're trying to stay connected to customers whose main mode of communication is social networking. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
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Is your Internet up to speed?

Mar 17, 2010
L.A. Times business columnist David Lazarus talks with Bill Radke about how to know you're getting all the speed you were promised when you signed up for a fast Web connection.
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Broadcasters lobby against FCC plan

Mar 16, 2010
The Federal Communications Commission has released a blueprint for expanding and upgrading the nation's Internet capabilities. Sounds pretty good, right? Nancy Marshall Genzer reports not everyone is happy.
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FCC shift may speed up Internet biz

Mar 15, 2010
The Federal Communications Commission's 10-year plan for dramatically increasing Internet speeds throughout the nation could intensify telecom competition and give start-ups new opportunities. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
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Google may abandon Chinese market

Mar 15, 2010
Google may leave its Chinese search engine over censorship concerns. Asia correspondent Scott Tong talks with Bill Radke about how the move would work.
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Dot-com's disrupt, help bring in money

Mar 15, 2010
Twenty five years ago, the first dot-com domain name went live. So what impact have dot-coms had? Brett Neely reports.
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Who hurts if Google leaves China?

Mar 11, 2010
Google says it could soon reach a conclusion from its talks with the Chinese government. Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Scott Tong about why Google potentially pulling out of China could hurt the search engine's relationship with Motorola.
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Google shifting its mood on China

Mar 5, 2010
Almost two months after Google complained about China's Web controls and threatened to leave the country, the search engine seems to be changing its mind. Scott Tong explores the role diplomacy has played in Google's sea change.
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Government makes strides in net policy

Mar 4, 2010
Tech executives and government officials are converging in a series of meetings on the issue of Internet freedom overseas. Mitchell Hartman explores why the stakes are high for foreign policy and American business.
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Web makers fight political freebie ads

Mar 4, 2010
Political lobbyists are increasingly drawn to sites like Facebook for their large user base. But some Web content providers are running into a conflict with ad campaigns offering false deals for political action. Brett Neely reports.
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