Leiter's Pharmacy has been serving the needs of its customers since its founding by Harry Leiter in 1926. His sons, Morton and Lionel,...
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Federal Express is running a "limited pilot" that couples sensor technologies to track a package's temperature, location, humidity levels and delivery status with Web 2.0 tools such as Google Earth, according to FedEx CIO Robert Carter.
Package tracking has got to be one of the most obvious applications that anyone can think of for RSS. But for some reason, the idea has evaded companies like Federal Express, United Parcel Service, the United States Postal Service, and other logistics companies.
The Victorian Attorney-General has written to the federal Office of Film and Literature Classification to express community concerns over a violent computer game, following an uproar from the Crime Victims Support Association.President of the association, Noel McNamara, has called on the government to ban "Hitman: Contracts", telling the Herald Sun newspaper the game is "absolutely disgusting to promote heinous crime and build up such an unhealthy fantasy".
SAP and FedEx Trade Networks inked an agreement to more tightly integrate the SAP Global Trade Services (GTS) module with the trade information available from FedEx. SAP gets real-time access to current trade information and rates while FedEx gets access to the large SAP installed base.
At a Commerce subcommittee hearing, politicians express frustration over spam and cite porn on peer-to-peer networks as another target for the Federal Trade Commission.
The ticketgenie.com mobile ticket app makes it easy to purchase tickets to concerts, sporting events, and theatre performances directly...
Good money after bad as e-tailor works through a period of reorientation
Jack of All Widgets is a multi-website search tool. It provides quick access to dozens of commonly used web searches. You simply type...
A former Federal Express employee pled guilty to stealing an estimated $1.5 million worth of Intel Pentium chips this week.
It's not every day that I receive a Federal Express box jam-packed with StarKist tuna, Mueller's spaghetti, and Carolina rice, but as I unwrapped my first shipment from NetGrocer it struck me that the 21st century has the potential to be very different from the 20th. Grocery shopping via the Internet may seem silly at first.
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