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Analysts say social shopping sites still garner just a tiny percentage of overall Internet traffic, but are still growing at a rapid clip. Plus, CRE Loaded holds a holiday sale.
eBay Inc. said today that it would appeal a U.S. court ruling in a patent dispute with MercExchange.
Google hopes to attract advertising partners outside its proposed purchase of DoubleClick.
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