Business News Archive - August 18, 2012

No Layoffs for Apple Retail Employees

When Apple makes a mistake, they’re always very good about fessing up to it. Scratch that: When Apple believes there was a mistake to be made in the first place and that, somehow, they’ve made it, they’re very good about fessing up.

Facebook's Grim Stock Story

If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. Facebook is learning that phrase the hard way, as its stock price reaches an all-time low, in the middle of never really quite living up to what it was supposed to.

Apple And Google Want Kodak's Patents

Eastman Kodak's attempts to emerge from bankruptcy by auctioning off patents are facing a potential roadblock as rival technology firms are reportedly pooling their resources in an attempt to acquire the portfolio, various media outlets reported on Friday.

Halfpricesoft.com updated ezCheckPrinting check writer with new QuickBooks Virtual Printer.

National television series Business Update will explore how the Optimax®, developed by Bettcher Industries, delivers true sustainability and innovation to restaurants. Birmingham,

Regent Property Group says upward momentum of Austin’s rental market prices is impacting the decision to buy versus rent, leading many to an Austin home search, even in the luxury home market.

Search Engine Marketing (SEO) Services Provided to Missouri Residents By Internet Marketing Company Jefferson City, Missouri (PRWEB) August 18, 2012

Rolex Vendor, Melrose.com maintains largest collection of wristwatches on the web including Men's and Ladies' Rolex Watches such as Two Tone Rolex Datejusts, Rolex Presidents and others.

Reputation Management site 5StarControl shines a light on how local internet businesses have a growing need for reputation management services. New York, NY

Word of the Day
  • The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
  • In medicine, cauterization.
The word 'adustion' comes from the Latin 'adustio', 'burning'.