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- Statutory Notice Periods too short say HR professionals. // Management Services;Sep2004, Vol. 48 Issue 9, p4
This article provides information on a survey conducted by Croner, one of the leading providers of business information and advice in Great Britain, about the country's statutory notice periods. The survey found that an almost equal number of respondents thought 4-8 weeks and 2-4 weeks was the...
- Internet infatuation filters down to Italy. Lyman, Eric J. // Advertising Age International;Jun2000, p29
Reports on developments related to the Internet industry in Italy as of June 2000. Increase in number of Internet users in the country; Companies' launch of their electronic commerce operations.
- Cha-Ching. // Promo;Dec2002, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p17
Focuses on a study by Nielsen/NetRatings, which shows that affluent Americans are the fastest-growing income group online. Average household income in the U.S.; Attribution of the growth to upper-level executives getting Internet access in their offices for the first time, then subscribing at home.
- Dot-com or dot-gone? Day, Paul // Business Mexico;Jun2000, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p56
Focuses on the adoption of electronic commerce in Mexico. Estimated number of Internet users; Collapse of the share prices of Internet companies; Concerns over the level of poverty, which hampers Internet access; Sale of second-hand computers.
- A bubble of bad news hides true Web reality. Golson, Barry // Advertising Age;11/5/2001, Vol. 72 Issue 45, p14
The article presents comments on the downturn of Internet companies and Internet use in the U.S. Statistics show that there is an increase in Internet traffic and electronic commerce. Mainstream users continue to use the Internet in increasing numbers. There is confusion between personal use and...
- :Public gains confidence in e-commerce. // Marketing Week;12/14/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 46, p58
Focuses on a report by NetValue, which suggests an increase in the number of home Internet users in Great Britain in October 2000. Rise in number of visitors to electronic commerce sites; Increased consumer confidence in shopping online; Popularity of price comparison sites.
- :Surge in Web use shows UK is catching up with US. // Marketing Week;12/14/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 46, p58
Focuses on a report by AC Nielsen eRatings.com, which suggests an increase in the number of Internet users in Great Britain in October 2000. Possibility of unmetered Web access; Evolution of discerning shoppers.
- Motor insurance gets into fast lane. // Marketing Week;3/29/2001, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p59
Reports on the popularity of motor insurance among Internet users, according to an Internet user survey from NOP Research group. Other popular online financial products; Concerns of Internet users.
- Final Results of O'Reilly Survey Sets U.S. Internet Size at 5.8 Million. // Information Today;Nov1995, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p47
This article presents results of a survey conducted by O'Reilly & Associates Inc., according to which, the total number of U.S. users who have direct Internet access is 5.8 million. The survey, titled "Defining the Internet Opportunity," with a sampling error of less than 1 percent, focused on...