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A good deal or a steal?

Aug 4, 2008
The Internet has transformed bargain hunting as we know it, but it's also changed the way thieves unload stolen goods, making fencing hot items easier than ever before. Renita Jablonski reports.
Posted In: Crime, Internet

Advertisers not fully sold on MySpace

Aug 4, 2008
Social networks like MySpace offer marketers the ability to target messages precisely, but many are still leery of the unpredictable content their ads will be seen alongside. Mitchell Hartman reports.
Posted In: Internet

The value of Yahoo beyond its search

Aug 1, 2008
Yahoo! holds its annual shareholder meeting today in San Jose, and the company's stock has been languishing. But despite losing the search engine wars to Google, Yahoo offers a lot of value. Mitchell Hartman reports.
Posted In: Internet

More TV viewers tuning in online

Jul 30, 2008
Twenty percent of TV viewers are tuning in exclusively on their computers, leaving networks and advertisers scrambling to find a way to capture the evolving market. Steve Henn reports.
Posted In: Entertainment, Internet

A search engine that redefines 'cuil'

Jul 28, 2008
As of today, Google has a new rival. But even with a broader search index, can Cuil (pronounced "cool") take on the Web's Goliath? Janet Babin tests the engine and gauges the results.
Posted In: Internet

The insecurities of online banking

Jul 25, 2008
A University of Michigan researcher found 75 percent of banks he studied had dangerous design flaws in their Web networks that could leave customer data open to cyber-thieves. Mitchell Hartman has more on how to stay safe.
Posted In: Crime, Internet

Companies quiet about DSL sans phone

Jul 24, 2008
Want a high-speed DSL connection without the landline phone service? It's available, but don't expect the phone company to advertise it. Katie Macpherson reports.
Posted In: Internet

New jingles may be coins in your pocket

Jul 21, 2008
About $21 billion was spent on online advertising last year. Almost half went to search engines, with Google getting the lion's share. But commentator and economist Ian Ayres says you, too, may be able to get in on the action.
Posted In: Internet

Yahoo adds Icahn to board

Jul 21, 2008
Activist investor Carl Icahn is the newest member of Yahoo's board. Though a proxy showdown for control of the company seems to be averted, Icahn still has big plans for Yahoo. Dan Grech reports.
Posted In: Internet

Week on Wall Street

Jul 18, 2008
Stockbroker and business analyst David Johnson chats with host Kai Ryssdal about what happened on Wall Street this week and what may lie ahead.
Posted In: Economy, Internet, Wall Street

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