Archive: 07/10/2009

General Motors to try selling new cars on eBay

(AP) -- As part of its turnaround plan, General Motors Corp. said Friday it plans to experiment with auctioning new cars on eBay, expanding on an existing partnership covering certified used vehicles on the online marketplace.

Jul 10, 2009
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Rosetta Stone sues Google over trademark

Rosetta Stone, a language-learning software producer, on Friday filed a federal lawsuit against Google for infringing its trademark through Google's AdWords online advertising program.

Jul 10, 2009
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FDA clears Eli Lilly's blood thinner Effient

(AP) -- The Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved a highly anticipated blood thinner from Eli Lilly, though the drug must carry the agency's sternest warning because of its bleeding risks.

Jul 10, 2009
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Scientists identify enzyme important in aging

The secret to longevity may lie in an enzyme with the ability to promote a robust immune system into old age by maintaining the function of the thymus throughout life, according to researchers studying an "anti-aging" mouse ...

Jul 10, 2009
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AP proposes new article formatting for the Web

(AP) -- The Associated Press is proposing that publishers attach descriptive tags to news articles online in hopes of taming the free-for-all of news and information on the Web and generating more traffic for established ...

Jul 10, 2009
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Fast-growing kelp invades San Francisco Bay

(AP) -- A fast-growing kelp from the Far East has spread along the California coast from Los Angeles to San Francisco Bay, worrying marine scientists and outpacing eradication efforts.

Jul 10, 2009
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Glitch in antivirus software troubles PC users

(AP) -- Antivirus software cuts two ways. It's great at blocking known viruses, but it can sometimes misfire, mistakenly flagging clean files as malicious. That sends a computer into a tailspin trying to clean up stuff that's ...

Jul 10, 2009
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