PayPal offering financing payment options

PayPal offering financing payment options
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Ebay Inc’s PayPal said on Thursday it would offer credit financing with General Electric Co’s GE Money Bank in a bid to win new users and improve business for merchants that use its service.[Lees verder]

Microsoft to test ad-supported version of Works
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. said on Wednesday it will offer a free, advertising-supported version of its basic productivity software, Microsoft Works, as part of a test program with computers manufacturers.[Lees verder]

AC/DC goes digital via Verizon wireless
DENVER (Billboard) – AC/DC is finally selling its music digitally. But not on iTunes.[Lees verder]

Major League Baseball taps StubHub as ticket reseller
STANFORD, California (Reuters) – StubHub Inc. has agreed to a breakthrough deal to act as the official online ticket reseller for Major League Baseball and the 30 team sites it runs with local franchises, the organizations said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Google talking to cellphone operators: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Google Inc. has approached wireless phone operators and handset makers as it looks for a piece of the market for advertisements on cellphones, the Wall Street Journal said on its Web site on Thursday.[Lees verder]

WSJ editorials defend Murdoch as new boss
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Rupert Murdoch’s deal to buy Dow Jones & Co Inc. won support on Wednesday in the editorial pages of his long-coveted Wall Street Journal, which defended its new boss and tasked him with upholding more than a century of journalistic principle.[Lees verder]

“Rock Band” takes top video game honor
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters Life!) – A video game that turns players into virtual rock stars won a top industry award this week, beating a field of action titles featuring lush graphics and complex stories.[Lees verder]

Napster loss narrows, shares jump
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Internet music company Napster Inc posted a narrower quarterly loss on Wednesday that was better than Wall Street expected, sending shares up more than 11 percent in thin trading.[Lees verder]

PayPal offering financing payment options
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Ebay Inc’s PayPal said on Thursday it would offer credit financing with General Electric Co’s GE Money Bank in a bid to win new users and improve business for merchants that use its service.[Lees verder]

Microsoft to test ad-supported version of Works
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. said on Wednesday it will offer a free, advertising-supported version of its basic productivity software, Microsoft Works, as part of a test program with computers manufacturers.[Lees verder]

AC/DC goes digital via Verizon wireless
DENVER (Billboard) – AC/DC is finally selling its music digitally. But not on iTunes.[Lees verder]

Major League Baseball taps StubHub as ticket reseller
STANFORD, California (Reuters) – StubHub Inc. has agreed to a breakthrough deal to act as the official online ticket reseller for Major League Baseball and the 30 team sites it runs with local franchises, the organizations said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Google talking to cellphone operators: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Google Inc. has approached wireless phone operators and handset makers as it looks for a piece of the market for advertisements on cellphones, the Wall Street Journal said on its Web site on Thursday.[Lees verder]

WSJ editorials defend Murdoch as new boss
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Rupert Murdoch’s deal to buy Dow Jones & Co Inc. won support on Wednesday in the editorial pages of his long-coveted Wall Street Journal, which defended its new boss and tasked him with upholding more than a century of journalistic principle.[Lees verder]

“Rock Band” takes top video game honor
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters Life!) – A video game that turns players into virtual rock stars won a top industry award this week, beating a field of action titles featuring lush graphics and complex stories.[Lees verder]

Napster loss narrows, shares jump
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Internet music company Napster Inc posted a narrower quarterly loss on Wednesday that was better than Wall Street expected, sending shares up more than 11 percent in thin trading.[Lees verder]

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