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02-Nov-2005 News Archive Index
Scripps names Shop At Home president (BizJournals)James Held, the interactive commerce executive at HSN and QVC, has been named president and chairman of the Shop At Home television retailing network and its online retail business, E.W. Scripps Co. said in a news release Tuesday.
Company's long history related (Los Alamos Monitor)Los Alamos Home Improvement/Ace Hardware actually began as a plumbing and electrical supply store in the 1960s. Owner Randy Smith said the store eventually evolved into a thriving hardware and construction materials business at 232 DP Road.
Photos: LifeČ - Inside Microsoft's ideal world (Silicon.com)Home, business and an Xbox 360...
Eagle Mtn. home business fee to rise (Provo Daily Herald)The cost to start a home business in Eagle Mountain could soon be going up, but it might be easier to get one. City Council members are considering increasing the license fee for a home business from $10 to $40, staffers said in a recent meeting.Licenses for commercial businesses are set to decrease from $100 to $75.
Zoning issue arises about bail bond office (Sparta Expositor)A request for an in-home business office for a bail bonding agent has been delayed until November after Sparta Zoning Board could not decide if the city?s allowable variances would include this specific operation.
Gladstone home, business expo Nov. 9 (Edison-Norwood Times Review)The Gladstone Park Chamber of Commerce will host its 13th annual Home & Business Expo, to be held from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 9 at Farnsworth School. This year's expo is being run in conjunction with the school's report card pickup day.
Export customs stations to work on Eid day (Daily Times)KARACHI: All customs stations dealing with exports especially at Port Qasim will remain open till 1900 hours on Thursday (Nov 03) for customs examination.
Sensex (rediff.com)The 30-share BSE Sensex was in the red in early trade. But soon it regained some lost ground and is now up 4 points at 7948.
BPOs: Attrition down as hiring slows (rediff.com)Several Indian BPO's face the charge of making young people work under sub-optimal conditions.
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