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Child sex offenders must move (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)Three convicted sex offenders are moving out of a home-business in an upscale Cobb neighborhood after nearby residents complained to county officials.
Wholesale Dropship Firm, WholesaleCentralUSA, Delivers Turnkey Website Solutions that Make it Easy for Internet Home (PR Web)Internet Wholesale Dropship company, WholesaleCentralUSA, is helping home business entrepreneurs establish themsevles on the Web as online sales are expected to reach the trillion dollar mark by 2012. The ability to provide a reliable, turnkey dropship solution is what sets the leaders apart from their competition. [PRWEB Oct 6, 2005]
Livelihood At Risk (Hollister Free Lance)Hollister - The future of Sharon Sausedo?s home business will soon be in the hands of the Hollister City Council, which will decide later this month whether she will be able to continue selling Avon products from her home.
Federated shrugs off May's sales drop (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)May Department Stores Co.'s sales have sagged this year, but Federated Department Stores Inc. still expects that the two chains eventually will fare better as one than either could have on its own.
Does the Indians IT industry need a trade union? (Rediff.com)While leftist parties are rooting for a trade union for the IT/ITES sector, industry experts are opposing the idea.
Column: The flip side of health insurance (Rediff.com)The CPM is right even though it has yet to point it out. Health insurance doesn't work as made out.
Indus Motor holds 12th Kaizen convention (Daily Times)KARACHI: Indus Motor Company (IMC) is continuously increasing its production capacity in view of continued strong demand for Toyota products, Ali S Habib, chairman of the IMC, said at the 12th Kaizen convention on Thursday.
FPCCI supports $27 billion FDI strategy (Daily Times)KARACHI: Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry has welcomed the strategy of President General Pervez Musharraf to attract $27 billion foreign investment in next five years.
Questions to ask when setting up a home business (Courier-Post)For 14 years, I ran my business from home. I enjoyed working from home, and I'm not alone. The trend toward home-based businesses is so strong that some homebuilders design houses especially for home-based entrepreneurs, with extra work space, storage, even separate entrances.
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