Walmart.com to let customers review merchandise

Walmart.com to let customers review merchandise
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Shoppers will be able to review and rate the merchandise sold on Wal-Mart Stores Inc’s Web site beginning on Thursday, as the retailer works to expand its online capabilities.[Lees verder]

China govt centre says 162 mln Internet users
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – The number of Internet users in China hit 162 million at the end of June, a state information centre said, with growth in the first six months of this year nearly matching that for the whole of 2006.[Lees verder]

U.S. publisher takes action over Harry Potter leak
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Copies of the final Harry Potter book have already been shipped to customers by one U.S. online retailer, U.S. publisher Scholastic said on Wednesday, and purported copies of the novel have flooded the Internet.[Lees verder]

Chinese actress “most widely read blogger in world”
BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese actress-turned-director Xu Jinglei became the world’s most widely read blogger this month when her blog logged 100 million page views within about 600 days, the Beijing News said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Google agrees to sell print ads for newspapers
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc. said on Tuesday it is expanding its Print Ads program to allow online advertisers nationwide to place print advertisements in 225 newspapers, serving half of U.S. newspaper readers.[Lees verder]

British broadcasters accused of “systemic failure”
LONDON (Reuters) – The BBC suspended all phone-in competitions from Thursday after the public broadcaster unearthed a string of fake winners in high-profile shows and promised to put its house in order.[Lees verder]

Nickelodeon to spend $100 million on online games
NEW YORK (Reuters) – MTV Networks’ Nickelodeon will spend $100 million over the next two years to develop online games aimed at children as it seeks to tap a fast-growing part of the $30 billion industry.[Lees verder]

Dow Jones board endorses $5 billion News Corp bid
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The board of Dow Jones & Co Inc has endorsed a $5 billion buyout offer from Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp, sending the deal to the controlling Bancroft family for final approval.[Lees verder]

Yahoo investors seek quicker answers from Yang
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc. chief Jerry Yang was found wanting on Wednesday by investors who said the company needed to devise a plan to combat weaker advertising growth more quickly than in the 100 days promised by management.[Lees verder]

Walmart.com to let customers review merchandise
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Shoppers will be able to review and rate the merchandise sold on Wal-Mart Stores Inc’s Web site beginning on Thursday, as the retailer works to expand its online capabilities.[Lees verder]

China govt centre says 162 mln Internet users
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – The number of Internet users in China hit 162 million at the end of June, a state information centre said, with growth in the first six months of this year nearly matching that for the whole of 2006.[Lees verder]

U.S. publisher takes action over Harry Potter leak
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Copies of the final Harry Potter book have already been shipped to customers by one U.S. online retailer, U.S. publisher Scholastic said on Wednesday, and purported copies of the novel have flooded the Internet.[Lees verder]

Chinese actress “most widely read blogger in world”
BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese actress-turned-director Xu Jinglei became the world’s most widely read blogger this month when her blog logged 100 million page views within about 600 days, the Beijing News said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Google agrees to sell print ads for newspapers
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc. said on Tuesday it is expanding its Print Ads program to allow online advertisers nationwide to place print advertisements in 225 newspapers, serving half of U.S. newspaper readers.[Lees verder]

British broadcasters accused of “systemic failure”
LONDON (Reuters) – The BBC suspended all phone-in competitions from Thursday after the public broadcaster unearthed a string of fake winners in high-profile shows and promised to put its house in order.[Lees verder]

Nickelodeon to spend $100 million on online games
NEW YORK (Reuters) – MTV Networks’ Nickelodeon will spend $100 million over the next two years to develop online games aimed at children as it seeks to tap a fast-growing part of the $30 billion industry.[Lees verder]

Dow Jones board endorses $5 billion News Corp bid
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The board of Dow Jones & Co Inc has endorsed a $5 billion buyout offer from Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp, sending the deal to the controlling Bancroft family for final approval.[Lees verder]

Yahoo investors seek quicker answers from Yang
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc. chief Jerry Yang was found wanting on Wednesday by investors who said the company needed to devise a plan to combat weaker advertising growth more quickly than in the 100 days promised by management.[Lees verder]