EU’s Mandelson: U.S. needs to change gambling laws

EU’s Mandelson: U.S. needs to change gambling laws
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European trade chief Peter Mandelson said the United States should let foreign companies into its multibillion-dollar online gaming market instead of trying to compensate European firms for shutting them out.[Lees verder]

Saks expects strong growth in online business
ATLANTA (Reuters) – Upscale retailer Saks Inc said on Tuesday that it expects strong growth in its Saks Direct online business in the fourth quarter following a redesign of its site.[Lees verder]

Target testing online sales of used electronics
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Target Corp said on Tuesday that is testing sales of used electronics on its Web site.[Lees verder]

Newspaper online ads up
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Online advertising spending at U.S. newspapers rose 21 percent in the third quarter but failed to offset a print ad spending decline, according to a study released Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Egyptian blogger beaten in jail: rights groups
CAIRO (Reuters) – An Egyptian blogger serving a 4-year jail term for insulting Islam and President Hosni Mubarak has been beaten in prison and sent to an isolation cell, rights groups said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

EU’s Mandelson: U.S. needs to change gambling laws
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European trade chief Peter Mandelson said the United States should let foreign companies into its multibillion-dollar online gaming market instead of trying to compensate European firms for shutting them out.[Lees verder]

Saks expects strong growth in online business
ATLANTA (Reuters) – Upscale retailer Saks Inc said on Tuesday that it expects strong growth in its Saks Direct online business in the fourth quarter following a redesign of its site.[Lees verder]

Target testing online sales of used electronics
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Target Corp said on Tuesday that is testing sales of used electronics on its Web site.[Lees verder]

Newspaper online ads up
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Online advertising spending at U.S. newspapers rose 21 percent in the third quarter but failed to offset a print ad spending decline, according to a study released Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Egyptian blogger beaten in jail: rights groups
CAIRO (Reuters) – An Egyptian blogger serving a 4-year jail term for insulting Islam and President Hosni Mubarak has been beaten in prison and sent to an isolation cell, rights groups said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]