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Gilma AZ Perkins, William J Tutt, Chia Chi Teng, Timothy E Wood: Electronic registration manager for business directory information. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, October 14, 2004: US20040204958-A1

A system and method providing electronic registration and maintenance of business directory listings and advertisements. In a computer system hosting an online business directory, it is advantageous to provide interested businesses with the ability to register their business listing information and/ ...


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Dung A Do: Internet business directories, and promotion of the same. Whitham Curtis & Christofferson PC, January 27, 2005: US20050021596-A1

An Internet business directory for a geographical place (such as a country, city, town or county), wherein the Internet address for the business directory includes the name of the geographical place, and wherein at least one drop-down menu is used, is easy to use and benefits consumers and advertise ...


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David Helsper, Dennis Maicon: Fraud risk advisor. Needle & Rosenberg PC, December 14, 2006: US20060282285-A1

A fraudulent business transaction application (FBTA) is provided for monitoring application based fraud. When a consumer supplies account access information in order to carry out an Internet business transaction, the FBTA uses an online fraud mitigation engine to detect phishing intrusions and ident ...


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Todd Greene, David Helsper: Fraud analyst smart cookie. Needle & Rosenberg PC, February 15, 2007: US20070038568-A1

A fraudulent business transaction application (FBTA) is provided in embodiments of the present invention for monitoring fraudulent transactions. When a consumer supplies account access information in order to carry out an Internet business transaction, the FBTA uses an online fraud mitigation engine ...


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Peter Elson, Tim Hon, Henry Hon, Rick Skalak, Rodger Gariano: Brochure creation internet system. Patent Law & Venture Group, April 19, 2007: US20070088627-A1

An Internet business site provides a service to users for creating brochures and other information pieces using data elements found in Internet sites that have been activated for making copies of the data elements upon selection by users.


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David Helsper, Dennis Maicon: Fraud risk advisor. Needle & Rosenberg PC, December 21, 2006: US20060287902-A1

A fraudulent business transaction application (FBTA) is provided for monitoring application based fraud. When a consumer supplies account access information in order to carry out on Internet business transaction, the FBTA uses an online fraud mitigation engine to detect phishing intrusions and ident ...


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Todd Greene, David Helsper: Fraud analyst smart cookie. Needle & Rosenberg PC, March 15, 2007: US20070061273-A1

A fraudulent business transaction application (FBTA) is provided in embodiments of the present invention for monitoring fraudulent transactions. When a consumer supplies account access information in order to carry out an Internet business transaction, the FBTA uses an online fraud mitigation engine ...


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Todd Greene, David Helsper: Fraud analyst smart cookie. Needle & Rosenberg PC, March 29, 2007: US20070073630-A1

A fraudulent business transaction application (FBTA) is provided in embodiments of the present invention for monitoring fraudulent transactions. When a consumer supplies account access information in order to carry out an Internet business transaction, the FBTA uses an online fraud mitigation engine ...


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Robert W Zumbo: Printing method for using printers to present computerized images on screens and other materials. Santangelo Law Offices PC, August 28, 2003: US20030160987-A1

Methods for the use of a printer, such as an ink jet printer, that may be home office in style and size or larger, for application of an electronically stored image such as text or a digitally stored photograph onto a substantially two dimensional medium such as a screen that might be used in a wind ...


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Robert M Lyden: Customized article of footwear and method of conducting retail and internet business. Nickolas E Westman, Westman Champlin & Kelly, April 10, 2003: US20030069807-A1

The present invention teaches a method of conducting retail and Internet business including making and delivering a custom article of footwear. The article of footwear taught in the present invention includes a spring element that can provide improved cushioning, stability, and running economy. Unli ...



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