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Friday, November 25, 2005

The Marketplace Report: Pubs Open All Night in U.K. (NPR)
Madeleine Brand speaks with Stephen Beard of Marketplace , reporting from London on a major change in British liquor laws that will allow some pubs to stay open all night. Fans of the change cheer the new freedom, while opponents worry that it will encourage alcohol abuse.

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Groups Clash on Bush Fuel Economy Proposal (AP via Yahoo! News)
Automakers said Tuesday they support the direction of a Bush administration proposal to revamp fuel economy rules for pickup trucks, minivans and some sport utility vehicles, saying it would improve fuel economy and provide more equity in the marketplace.

The Marketplace Report: GM Plans Massive Job Cuts (NPR)
General Motors officials announced plans to cut 30,000 manufacturing jobs and to close three North American plants by 2008. Madeleine Brand talks to Bob Moon of Marketplace about GM's efforts to cut losses that totaled more than $2 billion in the first three quarters of this year alone.

Fall Car Care Month Promotes Healthy Driving Do Hybrid Cars ... - PR Web (press release)

Fall Car Care Month Promotes Healthy Driving Do Hybrid Cars ...
PR Web (press release), WA - 22 Nov 2005
... Andy Grant and Taylor Reid, authors of the eBook, All About Hybrid Cars: Maximum Performance/Minimum Impact, explain how this works. ...

Technology Column: Seven Secrets For A Better Website - andPOP

Technology Column: Seven Secrets For A Better Website
andPOP, Canada - 12 Nov 2005
... You can set up a merchant account such as ClickBank, or use one of the many credit card clearing companies. Take checks online. ...

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Affiliate Program Promoters Encouraged To Advertise (PR Web)
Anyone who uses affiliate programs such as ClickBank,,, and others can always use cheap marketing. The ultimate goal is to have as many eyes view the promotional item as possible. As long as the affiliate can provide the product, can provide the eyeballs. [PRWEB Oct 25, 2005]

Putting SA works in the marketplace (The Advertiser)
MORE than 400 arts programmers and producers from 25 countries will attend the seventh biennial Australian Performing Arts Market in Adelaide next year.