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Online Privacy

Wednesday June 06 by Claudia bourne
Mostonline shopping sites will ask you to register on their site. When you register, you will be asked to provide some personal information.If you're concerned about online privacy (or just don't want unwanted junk e-mail), here are some tips to follow:

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Subaru, L.L. Bean form licensing partnership

Monday February 21 by Claudia bourne
n a move targeted at outdoor-oriented consumers, Subaru of America, the U.S. marketing arm of Japanese automaker Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., and venerable U.S. wilderness and outdoor outfitter L.L. Bean Monday announced a licensing partnership. The agreement makes Subaru the "official vehicle of L.L. Bean" and Bean the "official outfitter to Subaru," they said.

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Petsmart.com Seeks 5 Mln IPO

Friday February 04 by Claudia bourne
Seeking to cash in on the Internet craze on Wall Street, the online pet products retailer Petsmart.com Inc. filed on Friday to raise as much as $115 million in an initial stock offering. The company, based in Pasadena, Calif., offers a broad range of pet supplies and information, advice and educational materials to help pet owners learn about care and behavior, and the opportunity to interact with other pet owners.

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Post-Holiday Online Sales

Thursday January 20 by Claudia bourne
Savvy shoppers know that one of the biggest sales of the year goes on right after Christmas. Prices on everything from holiday decorations to toys are slashed up to 50 percent or more. But instead of battling for parking spaces and standing in long lines, go online for some of the best sales around.

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BUYING A CAR

Thursday January 20 by Claudia bourne
Despite popular perception, it is possible to buy a car and feel good about spending a lot of money. Armed with a little bit of knowledge and the right questions, the buying experience can be emotionally -- as well as financially -- rewarding.

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