[Mattricks] daily news report
Tommy.Lindqvist at space.se
Fri Oct 19 09:55:43 CEST 2007
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>News From the Day, Oct 18th
>Exit To Enter US
>Exit Only Inc. E x TO
>May brought us the first look at Exit Only's new Vehicle Web-marketing
>solution. Websites that market used vehicles are not new to the
>internet. The new concept here is allowing its clients to post vehicles
>to the database without charge or hidden fees. Now sellers are only
>paying for the contact information of actual interested buyers, and at
>only $2 per lead.
>Points Of Interest:
>- Initially marketed in Canada, response from consumers exceeded all
>- The marketing teams projected year end numbers were surpassed 4
>- Exit is now expanding the site to enter the US market.
>- Exit has partnering with several high volume web services to provide
>fast market exposure.
>- Exit is also providing mobile access for sellers. The system will
>deliver real-time leads of buyer information directly to their mobile
>Duplication of the Canadian results in the much larger US market base
>will certainly make this company the next major online player. To read
>recent releases and find out more information consult any financial
>U.N. questions Syria nuke claims ------ VIENNA, Austria -- The U.N.
>nuclear watchdog said Monday it has no information to support a recent
>media report that Syria may be building a nuclear reactor, but said it
>expects any country that has details to share them with the agency. "We
>would obviously investigate any relevant information coming our way,"
>said Melissa Fleming, spokeswoman for the Vienna-based International
>Atomic Energy Agency, or IAEA. In what appeared to be an indirect
>to the U.S., Fleming said in a statement that the nuclear agency
>"expects any country having information about nuclear-related
>in another country to provide that information to the IAEA." The New
>York Times, citing U.S. and foreign officials, reported Sunday that an
>Israeli airstrike on Syria last month targeted a partially built
>reactor that was years away from completion.
>USA News Updates:
>Students Suspended For Playing 'Choking Game'-------- CINCINNATI --
>students at Northwest High School have been suspended for playing a
>potentially deadly game. School officials declined comment, but it has
>been discovered that the students are on a 10-day suspension after one
>student choked four others in gym class. .To think that someone would
>actually choke your child into unconsciousness during school hours, on
>school property (and) supervised by a teacher is absolutely unreal,.
>said Amanda Diel, whose daughter was involved in the incident.
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