California Opt-Out Bill Defeated

The California senate bill that had caused the U.S. Yellow Pages community to break into a collective sweat has been defeated. According to a bulletin just issued by the Yellow Pages Association, California Senate Bill 920 was defeated yesterday by…

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Yelp Has Reservations

From the "why didn't that happen years ago?" department, Yelp announced today it will integrate OpenTable reservations. According to the Yelp Blog: Logged in Yelp users are now able to easily book a reservation using this feature and you don't…

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AT&T Ends Unlimited Data: What Is It Telling Us?

Economists are always searching for market revealed information from businesses. Whether it is quarterly data on sales, revenues and profits or decisions made by businesses in their day-to-day operations, this information provides insight into the “economics” of the business and…

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YPG Going Request Only for Residential White

Canada's Yellow Pages Group announced today that print residential White Pages directories are now being distributed on a by-request-only basis in its largest urban markets -- Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa-Gatineau and Quebec City. This move does not affect…

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Awaited Loopt 'Loyalty Card' Launches

Loopt has announced a new mobile app that is the manifestation of the "loyalty card" program we previewed back in January. Known as Loopt Star, it will be built around a local check-in model and give users points toward discounts…

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