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Wholesale Dropship From China The Next Big Thing - Chinavasion<

July 17, 2008

Have you ever bought something from eBay that took a long time to arrive? How long would you wait before giving bad feedback? In ecommerce, time is of the essence. To help dropship vendors grow their businesses, Chinavasion has begun a new next-day wholesale dropship service.

Shenzhen, Guangdong (PRWEB)  -- In the fast-paced world of e-commerce and eBay everything needs to be done quickly. Wholesale dropship (http://www.chinavasion.com/wholesale-dropship.php) pioneer Chinavasion is launching what they claim is the next big improvement for eBay sellers. Dropship vendors are now offered next-day dispatch times from in-stock popular products.

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News Cellar - Startup Profile

Stealth startup takes in first lump of cash

Austin Business Journal - 8.28.2006 - 11:47 AM CDT Monday

A new company called iTaggit raised $1.04 million from some big-name backers in its Series A offering.

iTaggit is working on Web-based services and products to help people manage their personal assets. Further details about what the company plans to do was not disclosed. iTaggit plans to launch its service in the fourth quarter of 2006.

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News Cellar - Biz Models

U.S. Adults Wary Of Web-Use Tracking

By Antone Gonsalves / InformationWeek
Thu Apr 10,  20084:38 PM ET

A majority of U.S. adults are uncomfortable with Web sites using a person's online activity to deliver customized content, a study released Thursday showed.

However, Harris Interactive found that people became more comfortable after they were presented with Web-site privacy and security policies recommended by the Federal Trade Commission.

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Personal Growth - Health

Report urges study of cell phone health effects

Could wireless devices harm children or pregnant women, U.S. experts ask

Reuters
Fri., Jan. 18, 2008

WASHINGTON - Researchers should study more children and pregnant women in trying to figure out if cell phones or other wireless devices could damage health, the U.S. National Research Council advised on Thursday.

A few studies have indicated a possible link between mobile telephone use and brain tumors, although far more show no connection. But because wireless devices have become almost ubiquitous, researchers wants to ensure their safety.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration asked the National Research Council to recommend some future lines of study. The Council, which advises Congress and the federal government on scientific matters, held a meeting of experts including engineers and biologists and has now released the full report.

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