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NEW YORK – The Washington Post Co. posted a sharp jump in its third-quarter net income Friday, but growing federal scrutiny of its cash cow, the Kaplan for-profit education business, continues to loom over the company.
Free Cars.com Webinar Examines How Effective Senior Management Teams Develop Winning Internet Operations
CHICAGO , Nov. 3, 2010 /CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COM/ — Cars.com announced today a webinar to examine the strategies successful general managers implement to build an Internet culture, take online sales to the next level and boost profitability.
Airports, coffee shops, and campuses everywhere became a little more dangerous this week when Wi-Fi hotspots were inundated with curious “hackers” who downloaded the Firesheep plug-in to take a peek at their neighbors Internet habits. The downloadable Firefox extension created by Seattle Web developer Eric Butler and released to the public this week has been a hit with novice hackers everywhere.
SUNNYVALE, California (AFP) – An overhauled version of Yahoo! Mail has been rolled out as the pioneering Internet firm sought to better integrate trends such as social networking. A beta, or test, version of Yahoo! Mail has been streamlined for speed and designed to let people easily send or receive Facebook updates or Twitter messages directly from their inboxes.
RICHMOND, Va. – Rental video chain Movie Gallery is selling off its store brands Hollywood Video, Movie Gallery and Game Crazy as part of its bankruptcy proceedings.
TOKYO – Sony plans to introduce its Web-surfing Google TV in Europe and Asia but customers may have to wait more than a year and even longer if they’re in China, a senior executive said Thursday. Sony’s new TV sets, developed with Google Inc., the Internet company based in Mountain View, California, went on sale last week in the U.S., with recommended retail prices from $600 to $1,400.
Get ready for more Google TV in more products, with Sony unleashing Tuesday a quartet of HDTVs and a Blu-ray player embedded with Google’s new Android-powered TV platform. Set to go on sale at Sony Style stores this weekend and at Best Buy starting the week of October 24, Sony’s new “Internet TV” HDTVs start at $599 for the smallest 24-inch version and go all the way to $1,399 for the largest 46-inch set, with 32-inch ($799) and 40-inch ($999) models in-between.