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It’s Thursday morning in Murrysville and the babies in a colorfully decorated room on the ground floor of the United Methodist Church are doing pretty much what babies do: They fuss, they watch each other, and they put whatever toy or item they touch into their mouth.
Let’s be honest.
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“The acai berry is one of the most nutritious and powerful foods in the world,” said Jeff Graham, managing director of product development for MonaVie, makers of two juice beverages that contain acai berries, along with eighteen other fruits.
Amway India has launched a Rs15-crore television ad campaign managed by Rediffusion DYR.Amway has been a print advertiser for sometime, and according to William Pinckney, managing director and CEO Amway India, adopting television was a conscious decision for the company seeing its rise in popularity as a medium.
A trader who has developed a multimillion-pound business has been named the first eBay seller of the year.
After a week of negative headlines regarding its overpayment for Skype, today eBay launched Neighborhoods, its own social network of sorts meant to get passionate collectors talking about their crap.
Rapidly growing telco Gotalk has signed an exclusive agreement with US-based company Safeway to bring the Blackhawk gift card network to Australia.
Niklas Zennstrom, co-founder of the globally phenomenal VoIP institution, Skype, recently spoke at a conference in Budapest about the company’s substantial success in a supposed effort to quell unease about seemingly low financial returns recently released by the entity’s proprietor, eBay.Currently occupied with running the IPTV venture, Joost, Zennstrom highlighted Skype’s achievement of attaining some 220 million users, and predicted that the company would begin to garner “substantial income” further down the road.