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    Bangalore's infotech future under the scanner (Rediff.com)But any speculation that Hyderabad, which has emerged as a hub of IT industry in a relatively short span of time, might stand to gain, might be premature.

    Big jump in amount of home work (The Mercury)HOME-based businesses in Kingborough are booming. About 80 per cent of businesses registered in the area in the past five months are home-based, according to data released by the Tasmanian Collection Service Trade Gazette.

    Briefly Speaking (Whitehaven Appeal)To report a littering motorist, call the Clean Littering Motorist Hotline at 52-CLEAN (522-5326) with the license number, description of the vehicle, date, time, location and type of litter.

    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.

    Work From Home Site bigmoolla.com Launches New Forum (PR Web)As one of the top work from home business information sites, bigmoolla.com, a Kawartha Publishing web site, has just launched a new work from home forum. [PRWEB Nov 4, 2005]

    Home Business - Free Work From Home Offer Extended (PR Web via Yahoo! News) (PRWEB) November 2, 2005 -- Signup Advantage grants extension on free home business offer.

    Home Business - Free Work From Home Offer Extended (PR Web)Learn why thousands of people are preparing to earn thousands per month with the free Signup Advantage work from home offer. Anyone, regardless of skills or ability, can now have their own profitable home business. [PRWEB Nov 2, 2005]

    Unsecured Wi-Fi to Become Illegal? (Slashdot)echucker writes "News.com is carrying a story for a draft proposal for law in Westchester County in New York state that would outlaw unsecured wi-fi connections. Public internet access would require a network gateway server with a firewall and also require home/business office users to install firewalls to protect personal info, even if their connection is encrypted. Violations would carry fines

    Kennedy Pottery to hold grand opening (The Sentinel)A Shippensburg-area couple have turned a long-time dream into a home business, and guests are invited this weekend to see what they have to offer. Tim and Grace Kennedy, 1602 Pinola Road, will host a grand opening of Kennedy Pottery from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 4 and 5.

    Home > Business > "Microsemi Corp. to acquire APT" (BendBulletin.com)Error: Invalid article key (BB,20051103,BIZ0102,511030337,AR). ARTICLE ACCESS: Classifieds, Subscriptions, Marketplace, Community and About Us pages, and the leading local, business and sports story each day, are available to all readers. The complete content is available only to online subscribers.

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