Business & Financial
Business Information Services, Financial Information Services, News & Information management -
an Internet-based information services Directory. Web sites, provides financial information,
content, online media and news articles. Online financial, scientific, technical and business
news, business, political and legal information online sources.
Financial, military and economic information
supplier list, Financial regulatory information sources, bank safety ratings, market data to banks,
mortgage companies, financial data and analysis.
Offers business and knowledge management solutions, and competitive intelligence. Provides web based global news and information management to help organisations improve decision-making.
Provides information and resources for corporate finance executives.
Provides market information to a variety of industries via conferences, training courses, workshops, and managed events.
Access Innovations, Inc.
Provides database creation and support services, include data capture and conversion, abstracting and indexing, thesaurus and taxonomy development, and related information management services.
World leaders gather to honor Mandela
Cold, ice grip U.S. as more snow to blanket East
WATCH LIVE: Some 100 heads of state join tens of thousands of South Africans.
A deadly winter storm kept a tight grip on much of the United States on Monday as cold, snow and ice spread across the East Coast, snarling traffic and knocking out power to thousands. As much as 5 inches of snow were forecast for Monday night into Tuesday and much of the area from Virginia to coastal New England were under winter weather advisories, the National Weather Service (NWS) said in a forecast. Bitter Arctic air in the upper Great Plains and Rocky Mountains is expected to persist through Wednesday, with the coldest weather extending from the Nevada-Utah region into Minnesota, the NWS said. "I don't think things are going to warm up any time soon," said Bruce Sullivan, an NWS meteorologist.
Newtown: Stay away on anniversary
Tech firms vie to protect personal data, profits
"Please respect our need to be alone," a Newtown official told the media on Monday.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Even as Silicon Valley speaks out against the U.S. government's surveillance methods, technology companies are turning a handsome profit by mining personal data and peering into people's online habits.