• Mike Pridavka - Managing Partner at Datasentials

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    Nov 1, 2010

    We use a product, that we also resell, from Broadlook Technologies called News Pulse. You enter the company that you want to track and it does the rest. It can run it as you need to or have it run automatically and you can export the information to where ever you need to.

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  • Ron Osborne - President at Salus Novus, Inc.

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    Aug 9, 2010

    I prefer slashdot, mashable, engadget, WSJ, Bloomberg, Barrons, TechCrunch, and Yahoo Finance.

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  • Espree Devora - Co-Founder at MinneApp

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    Jul 20, 2010

    What type of business. I think Mashable and Tech Crunch are great. There is the entrepreneurial series I believe called ecorner. Love Inc, Entrepreneur and Fast Company of course.

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  • Brian Lewandowski - Principal at DIGITALCFO LLC

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    Jul 12, 2010

    I've tried various avenues such as setting up my home page in iGoogle with business newsfeeds and checking my Twitter feed but I tend to use the CEOExpress.com Portal frequently as there are links to many business resources that I regularly use. Whatever news I don't get from that portal comes to me via the RSS feeds.

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  • Mike Pridavka - Managing Partner at Datasentials

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    Jul 12, 2010

    We have a tool that allows you to build searches to gather news on topics or companies. This tool then will monitor the Internet to find related articles and information about your search criteria. Contact Datasentials for additional infromation on Broadlook News Pulse. info@datasentials.com (414) 406-8470

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