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  • We feel that comScore is one of the best analytics services out there, and this will no doubt help the company compete with Quantcast, Compete and others.

    TechCrunch

  • Penitents Compete is a new reality show from Turkey where a Muslim imam, a Christian priest, a rabbi, and a Buddhist monk will each attempt to convert 10 atheists, says a report from Reuters.

    Shambhala SunSpace » Molly De Shong

  • Compete is now better for the moment as they include momentum data and attention metrics.

    Measurement firms, End of the line? « The Paradigm Shift

  • I just checked our internal server logs, and Compete is out by … wow, its out by a factor of 5!

    New FREE Ranking System better then Alexa By Far « The Paradigm Shift

  • Actors Now Fighting For Royalties That Will Make It Harder For Big Studios To Compete from the short-sighted dept

    Techdirt

  • This theme is the obsessive need to Compete, which is sadly seen as synonymous with Winning ..... with being Crowned as Number One.

    SaraKay Smullens: When Life Loses Meaning for Our Young: Healthy Competition and Balance

  • Also absent from the summer agreement is a Senate provision backed by Nixon that would roll several of the state's existing business programs into a single new program dubbed "Compete Missouri" that would provide incentives for training, hiring and -- in some cases -- retaining employees instead of moving a business to another state.

  • A new product called Compete Plus, a mix of bacteria and fungi from Plant Health Care 11 May 2011

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Three key reasons for this decision are outlined in the Competition Policy Review Panel's report called Compete to Win: to ensure Canadian companies have access to capital and experts; to promote competition; and to improve services for consumers.

    Tech News

  • A 2008 independent report for the government called Compete to Win, by former BCE Inc.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

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