Archive for the 'Business and Economy' Category

Tuesday, October 10th, 2006

YouTube sold to Google

Before YouTube sold to Google for $1.6 billion, there was the first video on the site by co-founder Jawed Karim.

Wednesday, November 30th, 2005

Donald Trump Wants To Get You Drunk

The master of The Apprentice Donald Trump wants to sell you some alcohol. The sultan of self promotion wants to sell yet another drink, so the next time your at a club your be able to get drunk with the Trump Vodka and sober up with the Trump Ice. Next up is a whole line […]

Saturday, November 5th, 2005

Las Vegas Housing Market Heats Up

The Vegas housing market is red hot. The shack pictured above is on the market for $1.2 million for a cool 700 square feet of ultimate living. Just think about the prime real estate you will be buying. Just imagine being one block from Las Vegas Boulevard and across from you is the magnificent Allure. […]

Wednesday, October 26th, 2005

Go To Wal-Mart When Sick

Now there is going to be a new place to go when your feeling a little blue. Why not take a trip to your local Wal-Mart and do a little shopping and get a check up in one trip. The first in-store walk-in medical clinic is located in Orange, Florida with expansion to your neck […]

Friday, October 14th, 2005

Yahoo Joins Race For AOL

Yahoo has thrown its hat into the ring for AOL. The battle for AOL has began, on one corner is the software titan Microsoft, on the other end is the combine strength of Comcast and Google, and the new contender Yahoo. All this interest and Time Warner hasn’t even say they are selling. Can this […]

Two Days Left Before the Bankrupcy Law Change

The new bankruptcy law is going into effect in two days and many are flocking to file before the deadline. Most bankruptcy court systems are overloaded and the lawyers are actually turning away clients. Summary of the new law: * Imposes a strict and complicated Means Test that may restrict your ability to qualify for […]

Saturday, October 1st, 2005

Dell Axe Free Home Delivery

Dell Inc. has decide to drop the free home delivery for low-end computers. I wonder if its really eliminate cost and boost revenue or is it because their revenue are slipping due to less computers being sold? There comes a point where people don’t need a new computer due to the fact that most older […]

Tuesday, September 20th, 2005

Opera Browser is Free

With a new version of the Opera browser out, the people of Opera have finally decided to make the program free without any ads. All I have to say is, I can’t believe it took them so long to realize people won’t fork over $40 for a browser when they can use Internet Explorer or […]

Wednesday, September 14th, 2005

Google Blog Search

As you may already have read this morning, Google is adding a new search to their search arsenal. This new search will search through blogs online. This new search works wonderfully when I tested it. You can read more about the feature from Six Apart. Today we are launching Blog Search – the easiest way […]

Tuesday, September 13th, 2005

Dr. Kai-Fu Lee Allow to Work

The controvisial hiring of Dr. Kai-Fu Lee by Google from Microsoft has been allow to work. But after listening to evidence at a two-day hearing last week and reviewing various documents and court briefs, the judge decided today in his ruling on Microsoft’s request for a preliminary injunction to allow Dr. Lee to work on […]

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