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Booster groups are turning to online auctions, with the potential to rake in more than ever before and to avoid too-blatant competition among neighbors.
Jimmy Wales-founded organization is appealing to its readers for donations to help expand its language reach (among other things).
Funds doled out $3.4 billion to start-ups in the fourth quarter, compared with $11.7 billion a year ago, according to a report. "Slower pace" is expected to continue this year.
As the Republican & Democratic presidential candidates report their fundraising numbers after two quarters, there are lots of stories to tell. The most important? What the Internet has done to bring sums of money unimagined in 2000 & 2004.
A day after the university releases an archive to victims' families only, the student newspaper publishes thousands of the documents online.
Obama's victory is not only a victory through marketing, it is also a victory for marketing, for the profession as a whole.
Venture capitalist Tim Draper was George W. Bush's point man in Silicon Valley. Now he's voting for Barack Obama. And he's not alone: Enthusiasm for John McCain is hard to find.
Voters may hate them, but automated, prerecorded calls are certainly popular with politicians, despite a lack of evidence that they are effective.
Federal Trade Commission is restricting telemarketers from sending prerecorded phone calls to consumers unless the consumer gives written consent to receive them.
CIGS is a seductively hard technology to get right.