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Hoover's, Inc., a provider of authoritative business information, has announced theofficial launch of the newly redesigned Hoover's Online (www.hoovers.com).

Posted Aug 15, 2003

Dialog, a Thomson business and provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions, has announced that detailed data on thousands of Japanese companies, published by business information specialist Kompass, is now available exclusively through Dialog (File 592) and Dialog DataStar (KPWO) services.

Posted Aug 15, 2003

Ingenta has launched a new reference linking initiative with JSTOR, the online scholarly journal archive.

Posted Aug 15, 2003

Updates are now available on three of Gale's products: Biography Resource Center, CPI.Q, and Ward's Business Directory. Gale has also added Consumer Reports magazine to 13 of its online databases.

Posted Aug 12, 2003

Endeavor Information Systems has announced the availability of the LinkFinderPlus OpenURL-enabled link resolver via a hosted Subscription Service.

Posted Aug 05, 2003

FinancialContent, Inc, a provider of financial data and tools to Web site and corporate intranets, announced that the company has acquired the assets of CNET Networks' Private Wire business, a financial channel solution for Web sites and print publications.

Posted Aug 01, 2003

The World Bureau, a Washington-based publishing company, has expanded its global government directory products with the introduction of World Powerbase, an online database of the world's governments, leadership, and staff, and the acquisition of three publications including Worldwide Government Directory.

Posted Jul 29, 2003

While many in the econtent industry have sought growth through all things to all people strategies, Hoover's developed a simple formula for success that they call SMB2. This equation translates into the company's focus on the Sales, Marketing, and Business development professionals found in Small and Medium sized Businesses.

Posted Jul 11, 2003

Factiva, a Dow Jones & Reuters Company, have completed the upgrade of its customers to Factiva products and permanently switching off its legacy product lines, including Dow Jones Interactive (DJI), Reuters Business Briefing (RBB), and other related products.

Posted Jul 08, 2003

Gale has announced a new eBook program that integrates e-reference books in a database interface. Gale and Peterson's, a publisher of higher education resources, have joined forces to create an online testing and reference service. Gale has also announced that it will market and sell seven databases by its Munich-based imprint K.G. Saur in North America. and that it will soon add JSTOR linking to its two Modern Language Association (MLA) online products.

Posted Jul 01, 2003

Swets Blackwell has brokered a further round of deals to migrate all print subscriptions ordered by the Greek consortium HEAL-Link (Hellenic Academic Libraries Link) to electronic only.

Posted Jun 24, 2003

Bureau van Dijk Electronic Publishing (BvD), a business information publisher, has added Canadian companies to ICARUS, its internet-based company information database.

Posted Jun 24, 2003

Dialog, a Thomson business and a provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions, has added trademark records from three Central European countries to its collection of trademark records from around the world.

Posted Jun 17, 2003

Carroll Publishing has announced the addition of Congressional district maps, an added feature now available to subscribers of its online services GovSearch and FedSearch.

Posted Jun 17, 2003

Techstreet, an online supplier of industry codes and standards for technical and engineering professionals, introduces a new Subscription service that provides simultaneous multi-user access to a custom set of standards from multiple worldwide locations anywhere the user has an Internet connection.

Posted Jun 13, 2003

With the arrival of Yahoo! Platinum service, the former directory-only Web site announced it was jumping into the pay-for-streaming arena. Sounds good, but in fact, this launch came a full two years after RealNetworks made a similar move. What took Yahoo! and many others so long?

Posted Jun 13, 2003

Global Insight, Inc., a private company formed to bring together the economic and financial information companies DRI and WEFA, has formed a partnership with Alacra, Inc.

Posted Jun 10, 2003

LexisNexis U.S., a provider of legal, business, and news information, has announced several enhancements to its information services suite.

Posted Jun 10, 2003

MicroPatent, a subsidiary of Information Holdings Inc. and provider a commercial collection of searchable full-text patent information, has added full-text patent data to its analysis platform with the release of Aureka 9.0, in addition to other enhancements such as upgrading theme maps to include foreign and non-patent information.

Posted Jun 10, 2003

Dialog, a Thomson business and a provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions, has said that the U.S. government's daily online global news monitoring service World News Connection (WNC) is now available through the Dialog-branded family of information services as File 985.

Posted Jun 10, 2003

Before the Web brought real-time information to everyone, there was a dramatic distinction in what was considered financial news and information. Now the separation simply doesn’t exist.

Posted Jun 09, 2003

The American Psychological Association (APA) has announced a limited time opportunity, for current or new PsycINFO customers to license the PsycARTICLES database of full-text APA journals with a 15% reduction on the APA data fee for PsycARTICLES.

Posted Jun 06, 2003

Knovel has announced that the Knovel Critical Tables (KCT) now include data for chemistry and physics.

Posted Jun 03, 2003

Trigent Software is developing an application platform for MySelfHelp.com, a provider of online, interactive, self-help resources for the mental health self-care industry.

Posted May 30, 2003

The New York Times News Tracker Service, released last year, has moved to a subscription-based model. The service delivers articles to a user's mailbox on subjects of their choosing.

Posted May 30, 2003

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