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Google to let cash pile up during downturn

Google Inc plans to let its cash 'pile up' as it weathers an economic recession but doesn't expect to see a fall in revenue, the Web search leader's chief executive Eric Schmidt said on Wednesday.


If Obama can admit he ‘screwed up’, so can we

Marketing lessons from the world's most successful political campaign.


The Fisk factor in Obama’s campaign

THE road to the White House is lined with ironies and truths stranger than fiction. As US president Barack Obama settles down to the task of healing the world's largest economy, his election campaign will probably be remembered as one of the best in modern history.


Google growth slows dramatically in first quarter

Google Inc. eked out a higher profit in the first quarter as the Internet search leader trimmed its work force and winnowed other expenses to overcome the slowest revenue growth since the company went public nearly five years ago.


Venture investments fall 61 percent in Q1

NEW YORK (AP): U.S. venture capital investments sank 61 percent in the first quarter, dropping to the lowest level in 12 years as financiers became even warier about sinking funds into startups during a deepening recession.


Recession forces new focus in e-commerce marketing

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


Shall we tweet or talk?

Twitter's the rage but let's connect for real.


Don’t kill, just collaborate

Collaboration is the key skill in changing new world.


New iPhone goes on sale with less drama

NEW YORK: The new iPhone went on sale Friday morning, greeted by much smaller lines and less hoopla than previous models.


Spears, DeGeneres Twitpic accounts hacked

LOS ANGELES: Hackers have broadcast bogus information about celebrities including Britney Spears and Ellen DeGeneres after breaking into their Twitpic accounts.