Universal, Google are game for “Bourne” deal

Universal, Google are game for “Bourne” deal
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – Universal Pictures and Google announced a new online game, “The Ultimate Search for Bourne with Google,” that uses such Google tools as Search, Maps, Images and YouTube and serves as a promotional vehicle for the upcoming action feature “The Bourne Ultimatum.”[Lees verder]

Facebook innovators win funding, settle for jobs
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – First came the dot-com gold miners. For those who stayed on after the bust, there was still some silver to be found. But for latecomers and recent graduates seeking to cash in on the latest Silicon Valley craze, it’s mostly decent paid salary work that’s left.[Lees verder]

New Web site encourages firms to report corruption
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Multinational firms like Wal-Mart, Target and Tyco International on Wednesday endorsed a new Web site where companies and individuals can report bribery and corruption in countries where they do business.[Lees verder]

Internet and old media confab seeks peace not war
SUN VALLEY, Idaho (Reuters) – Cooperation, not mutual destruction, is a major theme at this year’s summer gathering of the media and technology elite in Sun Valley.[Lees verder]

Few W.House hopefuls have online vote registration
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – In the race for the White House money and voters are key, yet a new study found few of those running in the 2008 presidential race are using their Web sites to provide ready information on how to register to vote.[Lees verder]

Whole Foods CEO panned Wild Oats in Web postings
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The chief executive of Whole Foods Market Inc. posted messages on a Yahoo! chat forum under an alias for years, talking up his own company while predicting a bleak future for Wild Oats Markets Inc., the rival it has since sought to acquire.[Lees verder]

Online video service Brightcove to launch in UK
LONDON (Reuters) – U.S. online video syndication firm Brightcove announced content deals on Thursday with a host of media groups in the UK to carry video clips on Web sites, including online versions of magazines Heat, Nuts and Elle UK.[Lees verder]

AOL settles with states on cancellation complaints
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Time Warner Inc.’s AOL reached a settlement with 48 states and the District of Columbia under which it will change its policy on account cancellations, officials announced on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Edwards wins online poll on climate change
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – John Edwards has the best approach to fighting climate change of any 2008 Democratic presidential contender, according to an online straw poll of members of the liberal activist group MoveOn.org.[Lees verder]

Universal, Google are game for “Bourne” deal
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – Universal Pictures and Google announced a new online game, “The Ultimate Search for Bourne with Google,” that uses such Google tools as Search, Maps, Images and YouTube and serves as a promotional vehicle for the upcoming action feature “The Bourne Ultimatum.”[Lees verder]

Facebook innovators win funding, settle for jobs
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – First came the dot-com gold miners. For those who stayed on after the bust, there was still some silver to be found. But for latecomers and recent graduates seeking to cash in on the latest Silicon Valley craze, it’s mostly decent paid salary work that’s left.[Lees verder]

New Web site encourages firms to report corruption
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Multinational firms like Wal-Mart, Target and Tyco International on Wednesday endorsed a new Web site where companies and individuals can report bribery and corruption in countries where they do business.[Lees verder]

Internet and old media confab seeks peace not war
SUN VALLEY, Idaho (Reuters) – Cooperation, not mutual destruction, is a major theme at this year’s summer gathering of the media and technology elite in Sun Valley.[Lees verder]

Few W.House hopefuls have online vote registration
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – In the race for the White House money and voters are key, yet a new study found few of those running in the 2008 presidential race are using their Web sites to provide ready information on how to register to vote.[Lees verder]

Whole Foods CEO panned Wild Oats in Web postings
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The chief executive of Whole Foods Market Inc. posted messages on a Yahoo! chat forum under an alias for years, talking up his own company while predicting a bleak future for Wild Oats Markets Inc., the rival it has since sought to acquire.[Lees verder]

Online video service Brightcove to launch in UK
LONDON (Reuters) – U.S. online video syndication firm Brightcove announced content deals on Thursday with a host of media groups in the UK to carry video clips on Web sites, including online versions of magazines Heat, Nuts and Elle UK.[Lees verder]

AOL settles with states on cancellation complaints
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Time Warner Inc.’s AOL reached a settlement with 48 states and the District of Columbia under which it will change its policy on account cancellations, officials announced on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Edwards wins online poll on climate change
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – John Edwards has the best approach to fighting climate change of any 2008 Democratic presidential contender, according to an online straw poll of members of the liberal activist group MoveOn.org.[Lees verder]

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