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AOL taps Google executive Armstrong as CEO

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - An executive from Google Inc. is becoming the latest CEO of AOL, raising hopes that he will be able to turn around Time Warner Inc.'s struggling Internet unit.

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Recession forces new focus in e-commerce marketing

NEW YORK: Online retailers are shifting their marketing from traditional advertising to less expensive tools like Facebook.com and Twitter and e-mail as they seek market share or just work to retain customers, according to an industry study being released Tuesday.

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The changing face of public relations

IN this digital age when information is quickly disseminated, it is crucial for public relation (PR) professionals to prepare clients for a potential crisis in advance.

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GM hopes new Buick LaCrosse will lure young buyers

DETROIT: With only four brands selling far fewer models than in the past, every new car or truck that General Motors Corp. rolls out is paramount, and none is more important than the 2010 Buick LaCrosse.

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Social media makes a good test pad

Innovations and applications of new products and services are now being run in the consumer space first before being applied at the enterprise level, says Frost and Sullivan senior partner Manoj Menon.

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US eyes online 'user' reviews with corporate roots

NEW YORK: The Web site said an herbal remedy could cure cancer and offered miraculous firsthand accounts.

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Hackers attack Twitter, Facebook also slows down

NEW YORK (AP) - Hackers on Thursday shut down the fast-growing messaging service Twitter for hours, while Facebook experienced intermittent access problems.

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Ample potential in consumer banking

There'll be less face-to-face interaction with consumers and more self service in future.

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Attacks on lone blogger reverberate across Web

NEW YORK (AP) - The outage that knocked Twitter offline for hours was traced to an attack on a lone blogger in the former Soviet republic of Georgia - but the collateral damage that left millions around the world tweetless showed just how much havoc an isolated cyberdispute can cause.