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Virtual events industry takes off

Dec 15, 2009
More companies are asking employees to log on for video conferences or meetings in virtual boardrooms instead of logging miles. Sally Herships reports.
Posted In: Internet, Science

AOL hopes relaunch hits the right spot

Dec 9, 2009
Nearly a decade after merging with Time Warner, AOL is spinning off and relaunching its stock and Web site. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports on how the company plans to get back on the radar.
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OMG, you're still using AOL for e-mail?

Dec 9, 2009
Like the brand of shirt you wear, your preferred e-mail address can send a message about who you are. Stacey Vanek-Smith explores why many of her friends and colleagues recently started switching e-mail accounts.
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e-Bay wants a seat on Craigslist board

Dec 7, 2009
Online auctioneer giant e-Bay is in a Delaware courtroom today fighting for a seat on the board of Craigslist. Bob Moon explains how the case began and where it gets confusing.
Posted In: Internet, Retail

The new digital pyramid scheme

Dec 4, 2009
The latest pyramid scheme comes to us in a new format: personalized videos. Rico Gagliano reports on what some people are referring to as "cash gifting."
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Startups struggle to find a place online

Dec 3, 2009
Online shopping is up this year, so it seems like it'd be an easy thing to get into. But small startups say it's anything but. Mitchell Hartman reports.
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Google, publishers find agreement

Dec 2, 2009
Some publishers, most notably Rupert Murdoch, have complained that Google is taking advantage of their sites by offering their paid content for free. Now Google has decided to play nice -- sort of. Alisa Roth reports.
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REO Speedwagon's got game

Dec 2, 2009
Looking for a little excitement this holiday season? Why not try REO Speedwagon's online video game? The band is hoping "Find Your Own Way Home" will help make some cash and promote a new Christmas album. Jennifer Collins reports.
Posted In: Entertainment, Internet

A new measure of success for charities

Dec 2, 2009
The overhead ratio is commonly used when deciding whether or not to donate to a particular charity. But judging activity versus administrative costs may not be the best way to determine a group's effectiveness. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Posted In: Charity, Internet

Online retail great for shipping industry

Dec 2, 2009
Online retail is up about 8 percent this year over last according to research. And when orders are made online, they've got to get shipped. So FedEx and UPS are hiring thousands of seasonal workers to deal with the influx. Jeremy Hobson reports.
Posted In: Internet, Retail

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