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a company that operates its business primarily on the internet using a URL that ends in '

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Once Excite has verified the identity of each Dot Com entered in the contest, the company will post the finalists at http://www.
VocalTec is working with innovative IP telephony service providers, such as Dot Com, to make sure they have the quality products and marketing solutions to help them grow their businesses.
Skimming made his big move when challenged by Dig for It with three-eighths of a mile to go and pulled away in the stretch to beat Dixie Dot Com.
netgenShopper's co-branded buyer/seller matching service will be offered to consumers through NSI's dot com directory(TM) (www.
The Dot Com Guide(TM) is a monthly, 192-page, full color magazine composed of reviews, opinions, bargains, live Web programming, Web site critiques, stories and a directory of Internet sites.
For its development and license of its award-winning Bingo technology, dot com will receive an upfront license fee and ongoing royalty payments from FHB, which will extend over the life of the license agreement and will continue as long as the software is used by FHB.
Without Internet Keywords, a consumer is forced to remember a long, arcane string of "www," backslashes, hyphens, dot com, dot org, dot gov, etc.
is pleased to announce that it has retained North American PR/IR firm Dot Com Consulting Corporation to implement a comprehensive public relations campaign designed to enhance public and industry awareness of its imminent product offering.
As part of this agreement, Altadena is obligated to pay to dot com upfront installation fees along with an ongoing royalty interest.
dot com will also acquire additional market share in the expanding Internet Casino market, which continues to gain credibility as a viable area of e-commerce, particularly in those countries who regulate or support Internet gaming.
This press release may contain forward-looking statements, particularly as related to the business plans of the Company including the use and operation of its software, its acceptance amongst dot com licensees, its acceptability to Bingo and Casino players and its operation all within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Sections 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and are subject to the safe harbor created by these sections.
dot com is a leading supplier of Internet Bingo technology, being one of the first companies in the world to develop and license multi-play, pay-for-play Bingo technology.
Company Keeps Their Head above Water in a Drowning Dot Com Economy