Real estate Web sites boom, despite market slump

Real estate Web sites boom, despite market slump
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Home buyers and home sellers alike can find more innovative and useful features than ever on real estate Web sites, which are nimbly adapting to the U.S. housing slump.[Lees verder]

Blogger Perez Hilton mingling with VH1
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – It looks like VH1 is getting into business with celebrity blogger Perez Hilton.[Lees verder]

Whole Foods CEO’s message posts trouble experts
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Corporate governance experts said Whole Foods Market Inc. should launch an internal investigation into chat room postings made by Chief Executive John Mackey under an alias that boosted his company and were critical of rivals.[Lees verder]

Travel sites court unmanaged business users
CHICAGO (Reuters) – After revolutionizing U.S travel bookings, online agencies now have their eye on a lucrative, but elusive part of the business market.[Lees verder]

Nick packs for Web “Camp”
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Nickelodeon is testing the waters of original online content with the July 22 launch of its first broadband series.[Lees verder]

Google takes swipe at Viacom
SUN VALLEY, Idaho (Reuters) – Google Inc. took a swipe at media conglomerate Viacom Inc., which is suing the Internet search leader and its video sharing site YouTube for $1 billion over “massive copyright infringement.”[Lees verder]

Talking Web site eyes fashion for the blind
ROME, July 13 (Reuters) – Two American students are launching a new talking Web site that helps blind people pick and buy trendy clothing that is fitted with braille tags and then sent to their doorstep.[Lees verder]

Chinese company to sue Google over name
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese company is suing Google Inc.’s China subsidiary for copying its name, saying the U.S. search engine’s registered Chinese name is too similar to its own and has harmed its operations.[Lees verder]

Comparison Web sites pique interest at peak values
LONDON (Reuters) – A glut of price comparison Web sites are up for sale at values cementing the industry’s coming of age, but which also belie some defensiveness and signs that owners are cashing out at what may be peak valuations.[Lees verder]

Real estate Web sites boom, despite market slump
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Home buyers and home sellers alike can find more innovative and useful features than ever on real estate Web sites, which are nimbly adapting to the U.S. housing slump.[Lees verder]

Blogger Perez Hilton mingling with VH1
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – It looks like VH1 is getting into business with celebrity blogger Perez Hilton.[Lees verder]

Whole Foods CEO’s message posts trouble experts
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Corporate governance experts said Whole Foods Market Inc. should launch an internal investigation into chat room postings made by Chief Executive John Mackey under an alias that boosted his company and were critical of rivals.[Lees verder]

Travel sites court unmanaged business users
CHICAGO (Reuters) – After revolutionizing U.S travel bookings, online agencies now have their eye on a lucrative, but elusive part of the business market.[Lees verder]

Nick packs for Web “Camp”
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Nickelodeon is testing the waters of original online content with the July 22 launch of its first broadband series.[Lees verder]

Google takes swipe at Viacom
SUN VALLEY, Idaho (Reuters) – Google Inc. took a swipe at media conglomerate Viacom Inc., which is suing the Internet search leader and its video sharing site YouTube for $1 billion over “massive copyright infringement.”[Lees verder]

Talking Web site eyes fashion for the blind
ROME, July 13 (Reuters) – Two American students are launching a new talking Web site that helps blind people pick and buy trendy clothing that is fitted with braille tags and then sent to their doorstep.[Lees verder]

Chinese company to sue Google over name
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese company is suing Google Inc.’s China subsidiary for copying its name, saying the U.S. search engine’s registered Chinese name is too similar to its own and has harmed its operations.[Lees verder]

Comparison Web sites pique interest at peak values
LONDON (Reuters) – A glut of price comparison Web sites are up for sale at values cementing the industry’s coming of age, but which also belie some defensiveness and signs that owners are cashing out at what may be peak valuations.[Lees verder]