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post-transaction marketing


Author pleads: Please don't buy my new novel on Amazon (Q&A)

Jaime Clarke, a Boston-based author and independent bookstore owner, sends out a public plea for readers to resist buying his new novel from the e-commerce giant.

By September 29, 2013


Ballmer's e-mail to Microsoft employees about Nokia deal

Microsoft's chief executive details changes coming with acquisition of Nokia's device and services division.

By September 2, 2013


The coming wireless spectrum apocalypse and how it hits you

Small carriers are worried about getting snuffed by the deep pockets of AT&T and Verizon Wireless, and they want help. What judges and regulators decide to do could impact your wallet for years to come.

By August 13, 2012


Europeans see U.S. market for new small luxury cars

Automotive News reports on various European automakers' plans for selling small, economical luxury cars in the U.S.

By May 18, 2011


This is getting too easy: Giftly makes better gift cards

More personal than a gift card, but without requiring all that pesky work: Giftly has a new way to give targeted cash gifts.

By October 12, 2011


Ask Maggie: Will AT&T ax T-Mobile phones?

This week Maggie clears up rumors that AT&T will require T-Mobile customers to get rid of their existing smartphones postmerger. Also: Advice on LTE phones, and gauging 3G data usage for an iPad 2.

By April 1, 2011


Senate committee: Look out, 'scam marketers'

Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Rockefeller introduces a bill designed to halt the practice of charging consumers' credit cards without their explicit consent.

By May 19, 2010


Privacy check: What Web directories know about you

Online directories let people discover a scary amount of private information about you simply by entering your name, location, and/or telephone number in their search boxes.

By January 17, 2011


Acura finds sales, still seeks luxury identity

Automotive News reports on Acura's marketing plans.

By December 24, 2010


Congress moves to outlaw 'mystery charges' for Web shoppers

Senate passes bill this week that tries to close door on unscrupulous Web retailers and marketers who charged credit cards without the expressed say-so from cardholders.

By December 3, 2010