Home Business News Archive
09-Dec-2005 News Archive Index
Eight Great Gifts for the Small or Home Business Owner (BellaOnline)What?s hot on the gift list for small and home business owners this year? Most of us usually have a long wish list of things that would help us be more efficient, creative and productive. You can find great gifts in every price range, from stocking stuffers to extravagant splurges.
Bill Gates: India will compete for hig-paying jobs (Rediff.com)Yahoo, Google offer big competition and it good to be underestimated, says the chairman of Microsoft.
Sensex (rediff.com)The NSE Nifty was up 18 points at 2725.
Many area leaders still supportive (The News & Advance)Those in Carl Hutcherson?s inner circle still support their friend one day after learning federal officials charged Lynchburg?s mayor with fraud, lying to federal investigators and obstruction of justice.
India beats US as 2nd hottest FDI spot (Rediff.com)AT Kearney's survey rates India as the second-most favoured FDI destination.
The Prosperity Automated System (PAS System) Soars Past Coveted 100 Million Daily Views According to Alexa.com (PR Web)The Prosperity Automated System (PAS System) soars past coveted 100 million daily views according to Alexa.com. The reach of this system has increased by 500% in the last 3 months alone. The Prosperity Automated System or PAS System as its known, from Bill Osterhouts?s company, Prosperity Network Inc., is reported to be the first truly 100% Automated Home Business with a tag line of ?Hand Free
Dennis Anderson: Dem dry bones, thanks to dem bugs (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune) Count as zero the chance that Storm Amacher, who lives in St. Paul with a treasure trove of flesh-eating beetles and uncounted heads of dead animals -- also snake, goldfish and parakeet skeletons -- could not provide interesting dinner table conversation.
Hastings ? Neighbours feud over home business (The Community Press)The issue of what constitutes a home-based business came up at council this week in an eight-year dispute between neighbours. John Duke, of 77 Division Street, and his son-in-law, Roy Ott, outlined in 22 pages of letters and photographs, their complaint against Ted Barrett of 71 Division Street.
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