Archive for July, 2008

Covario CEO Russ Mann to Speak at RBC Capital Markets’ Technology, Media and Communications Conference

Covario Inc., the leader in interactive marketing analytics, today announced CEO Russ Mann will participate in a panel session titled, “Online Marketing Continues to Grow” at the RBC Capital Markets’ Technology, Media and Communications Conference in San Francisco, Calif. on Wednesday, August 6 at 11:30 a.m. PDT. The conference will be held at the Four Seasons Hotel. (20 mins ago)

DMA08 Presents Extra Opportunities Special Sessions and Events for Attendees

July 30, 2008 The Direct Marketing Association’s DMA08 Conference & Exhibition , the Global Event for Integrated Marketing that runs October 11-16 in Las Vegas , will offer attendees special attention. (2 hours ago)

Facebook Removes ‘scrabulous’ From Site

Responding to a takedown notice from Hasbro, the rights holder to Scrabble in the U.S., Facebook has pulled down the popular third-party word game Scrabulous. (10 mins ago)

Motorola Reorganizes Networks Unit

Motorola will create three businesses within its home and networks mobility business to focus on the sectors’ growth potential, the cell phone maker said. (16 mins ago)

infosnorkel

ChangeDetect, the provider of online content monitoring, has acquired the infosnorkel domain name. Read more information about ChangeDetect.

Special Events

Attend the groundbreaking educational conference program and awards presentation recognizing key performance drivers accelerating retail success and the leading retailers who are using winning strategies to improve their business operations and profitability. (2 hours ago)

Airport Security-friendly Laptop Sleeves

The SpeedThru see-through laptop sleeve should make the process of getting through airport security a little less arduous when traveling with a laptop. (17 hours ago)

Yo, West Coast: MySpace is for Suckas

MySpace may be the most popular at the end of last week it was pulling 3.5 times more visitors than Facebook, according to a new report by Hitwise Intelligence but each of the social networking sites has areas where it is more favored than the other. (19 hours ago)

XM, Sirius Could Pay Settlement Fee to Merge

XM Satellite Radio Holdings and Sirius Satellite Radio said they could pay up to $19 million to settle past compliance issues with federal regulators, a move that helps clear the way for U.S. Federal Communications Commission approval of their merger. (13 mins ago)

Update: Yahoo Survives Tumultuous Quarter

A quarter in which Yahoo weathered multiple takeover attempts and a proxy fight proved to be a negative one, with an increase in revenue but a decline in profits. (17 hours ago)