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Welcome to Businelle Company, the Internet Best Practices and Industrial Web Marketing Specialist Company. Since 2000, we have provided award winning services to companies nationwide through direct relationships and strategic partnerships. We are a turn-key software solutions provider. With our depth of both internet and software technologies, our capabilities root themselves in solid design principles and bloom into the most successful, scalable, and measurable of results. We are still serving the first customer we ever signed . . . and just about everyone in between. In other words, we rarely lose a customer! There is one simple guiding principle that makes this possible: we exceedingly satisfy our customer's requirements to a point that we are considered one of their most valuable assets...everyday!

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  • HP Inc plunges after printer business underwhelms -

    A Hewlett-Packard logo is seen at the company's Executive Briefing Center in Palo AltoShares of HP Inc, which houses former Hewlett-Packard Co's legacy hardware business, plunged 16.3 percent on Wednesday after the company's lackluster results fueled concerns about its ability to weather a slowdown in the printer and PC markets. HP Inc's revenue from both its printer and PC businesses fell 14 percent each in the fourth quarter, their worst performance in the year ended Oct. 31, and forecast current-quarter profit below market expectations. HP Inc Chief Executive Dion Weisler called the printing business a "much greater challenge" than the PC business.

  • Exclusive: Three Goldman bankers leave for Uber as tech world raids Wall Street talent -

    Photo illustration of logo of car-sharing service app Uber on a smartphone over a reserved lane for taxis in a street in MadridBy Olivia Oran and Heather Somerville NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Three mid-level bankers in Goldman Sachs Group Inc's technology investment banking group in San Francisco have left to take positions at ride service company Uber Technologies Inc in recent months, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. The bankers are the latest to leave Wall Street banks for Silicon Valley startups, where the lure of more flexible hours - and in some cases stock options and share grants - can be hard to resist. Uber, currently valued at around $51 billion, said in August that it expected an IPO within 18 to 24 months.

  • China's chip crusade to intensify sector's record M&A run -

    The logo of Tsinghua Unigroup is seen at its office in BeijingBy Miyoung Kim and Makiko Yamazaki TAIPEI/TOKYO (Reuters) - China's unabashed interest in foreign chipmakers in an already record year of deals has been quickly read by rivals as a sign that mergers and acquisitions (M&As) will get more competitive and target companies will get more expensive. "The days of growing organically through technological advantage are over," said Hidetoshi Shibata, chief financial officer of Japan's Renesas Electronics Corp . Tsinghua Unigroup Ltd is leading China's development of a national semiconductor industry with $10 billion spent on M&As over the past two years and plans for almost $50 billion more over the next five.

  • Texas shuts dating services it says operated illegally -Texas halted dating service Lone Star Introductions and others from operating in the state because it said the firms had harassed and threatened clients, the Attorney General's office said on Wednesday. A state district court issued an injunction on Tuesday that calls on the dating service and affiliated dating sites, including eLove Matchmaking, International Dating Ventures and International Introductions, to cease operations in the state. The defendants engaged in "false, deceptive and misleading acts and practices to persuade consumers to sign expensive services for Defendants' services," a lawsuit filed this week by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's office said.
  • Sony's PlayStation 4 sales top 30 million consoles -

    Visitors play games on PlayStation 4 (PS4) at the Paris Games Week, a trade fair for video games in ParisTOKYO (Reuters) - Sony Corp on Wednesday said sales of its PlayStation 4 video game console exceeded 30.2 million units as of Nov. 22, as global price cuts ahead of the year-end holiday season bolstered demand. The PlayStation 4, which went on sale in late 2013, has been Sony's fastest-selling game console, the Japanese electronics manufacturer said. It hit sales of 20 million consoles in March. The console helped Sony book its highest second-quarter operating profit in eight years. (Reporting by Makiko Yamazaki; Editing by Christopher Cushing)

  • Billionaire Blavatnik takes passive stake in Dorsey's Square -(Reuters) - Billionaire investor Leonard Blavatnik disclosed a 11.4 percent passive stake in mobile payments company Square Inc, which went public earlier this month. Blavatnik, a Ukranian-born American citizen, has amassed a portfolio of assets ranging from tech and media startups to energy companies through his holding company Access Industries. Blavatnik is also the owner of Warner Music Group and holds a stake in popular handbag maker Tory Burch LLC. Shares of Square, run by Twitter Inc Chief Executive Jack Dorsey, soared as much as 64 percent in their market debut last week even as its IPO was priced at a steep discount.
  • Facebook alerted the U.S. government to a cyberattack by Iran -Although Facebook?s new notification system that warns users if their accounts have been compromised by a state-sponsored attack might seem superfluous, it?s already catching attackers in the act. According to a report from The New York Times, State Department officials only became aware of attacks from Iranian hackers after Facebook notified them that their accounts had been compromised. DON?T MISS: Once you see these 10 movie mistakes, you?ll never be able to unsee them The report claims that the attackers were hoping to gain access to the email and social media accounts of ?officials who focus on Iran and the Middle East,? specifically younger employees who would be more likely to connect with other officials around the department on social media. ?It was very carefully designed and showed the degree to which
  • Staples announces Cyber Monday deals -Staples already has a lot of great deals lined up for Black Friday 2015 and it?s just announced another round of deals that are coming on Cyber Monday. Starting on November 30th, you?ll be able to take advantage of seven new deals on certain laptops and tablets that aren?t on sale as part of Staples? Black Friday 2015 sale. MUST READ: 9 best Black Friday sales you can shop online right now In short, here are the deals: Toshiba Satellite C55-C5390, $249.99 (reg. $449.99) Toshiba Satellite C55-C5380 : Intel Core i5, sale $399 (reg. $649) Toshiba Satellite C55-C5381: Intel Core i7, sale $499 (reg. $749) HP Pavilion 14-AB166US 14? HD BrightView Intel Core i3, $299.99 (reg. 599.99) Lenovo Idea pad with
  • Your last chance to become a sci-fi author and save the multiverse -

    Your last chance to become a sci-fi author and save the multiverseCNET asked the world to help us write a sci-fi novel, and the world has responded. There are still a few days left to add your voice and vision and help us shape a really crazy future.

  • Honest ?Fantastic Four? trailer deservedly rips the movie to shreds -No one really expected the Fantastic Four reboot to be great, but I can?t imagine anyone saw it turning out so disastrously either. In an age where superhero movies are raking in hundreds of millions of dollars in record time, Fantastic Four could barely break even, so even though it potentially killed any hope of another take on Marvel?s first family any time soon, you knew it would at least be great fodder for an Honest Trailer from Screen Junkies. SEE ALSO: Once you see these 10 movie mistakes, you?ll never be able to unsee them And it was! Honestly, these parody trailers can be hit or miss at times, but Fantastic Four is an endless bounty of bad writing, uninspired acting
  • Type these words into Google to awaken the Force -

    Type these words into Google to awaken the ForceGoogle has yet another way to celebrate the upcoming release of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," but is it more irritating than entertaining?

  • Toshiba to brief on Westinghouse impairment charges on Friday -

    The logo of Toshiba Corp is seen at its headquarters in TokyoToshiba Corp will brief analysts on Friday on impairment changes at its U.S. nuclear power unit Westinghouse. Chief Executive Masashi Muromachi and Westinghouse chief Danny Roderick will both attend the briefing, Toshiba said. The conglomerate this month reported that Westinghouse had booked charges of $930 million in fiscal 2012 and $390 million in fiscal 2013 as the Fukushima disaster reduced demand for new nuclear power plants.

  • The new Star Wars is rated PG-13 for gratuitous use of things you will watch no matter what -

    The new Star Wars is rated PG-13 for gratuitous use of things you will watch no matter whatStar Wars: The Force Awakens has officially received the MPAA rating that makes 12-year olds feel cool when they go to the theater: PG-13. It's the second Star Wars film to receive a PG-13 rating after Revenge of the Sith, though to be fair PG-13 didn't exist until 1984.

  • Batman: Arkham Knight PC patch notes include bug fixes and more -Check out the complete changelog for Arkham Knight's latest patch right here.
  • Rainbow Six Siege open beta delayed -

    Rainbow Six Siege open beta delayed"We apologize for the delay and can assure you this is our top priority."

  • Price increase for Dying Light expansion and DLC pass announced -Here's how much the upcoming expansion The Following and the DLC pass will cost starting next month.
  • Assassin's Creed Syndicate Patch Notes for Xbox One and PS4 Released -

    Assassin's Creed Syndicate Patch Notes for Xbox One and PS4 ReleasedThe patch includes a long list of fixes and improvements for the open-world game; see the full changelog here.

  • PlayStation Plus free games of December 2015 for PS4, PS3, PS Vita -Sony is closing out the year with these six free games for subscribers.
  • Apple wants you to have a saccharine, Stevie Wonderful Christmas -

    Apple wants you to have a saccharine, Stevie Wonderful ChristmasTechnically Incorrect: The iconic singer and Andra Day front Apple's festive ad. With the help of a MacBook Pro, of course.

  • Electric vehicles can keep quiet for a little while longer -

    Electric vehicles can keep quiet for a little while longerNational Highway Traffic Safety Administration delays a mandate that would require electric vehicles to cater to the visually impaired.

  • Pakistan to invite PayPal, Alibaba to start e-commerce services -

    Neither US-based PayPal nor Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba (which operates a service called Alipay) currently work inside Pakistan, which had strict regulation until recently limiting online payments for servicesPakistan is set to invite global online payment giants PayPal and Alibaba to offer their services in the country, the IT ministry has said, after easing its e-commerce rules. The move follows a decision by the global Financial Action Task Force to remove Pakistan from its list of high-risk and non-cooperative jurisdictions linked to money laundering. Neither US-based PayPal nor Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba (which operates a service called Alipay) currently work inside Pakistan, which had strict regulation until recently limiting online payments for services.

  • Holiday shopping tips and tricks -Apps and strategies to get the most out of your time and money.
  • David Tennant explains Einstein?s greatest theory on its 100-year anniversary -

    David Tennant explains Einstein?s greatest theory on its 100-year anniversaryIn 1915, a 26-year old physicist named Albert Einstein published a paper on the theory of general relativity, which posits that gravity between objects is caused by curvatures in space and time (hence, "spacetime"). It's not that Isaac Newton's law was entirely wrong, per se, but he didn't have the whole story. This week marks the 100th anniversary of Einstein's work, and to celebrate, animator Eoin Duffy and a team of writers / producers created this three-minute video explaining what general relativity is and why it matters.

  • Sam?s Club announces Cyber Monday details: Everything you need to know -Sam?s Club is one of several large retailers taking a stand and keeping its stores closed on Thanksgiving Day so its employees can spend time with their families. It?s a nice gesture that we?re sure is appreciated by Sam?s Club staff, and it might even give consumers some extra incentive to shop there this holiday season. The company?s Black Friday sale will begin early in the morning on Black Friday, November 27th, and you can check out all of the key details on Sam?s Club?s big Black Friday 2015 sale in our earlier post. Of course, the fun doesn?t end there, and Sam?s Club on Wednesday announced details for its big Cyber Monday and Cyber Week sales. MUST SEE: The un-gift guide: Awesomely unique
  • Toyota reverses position, will replace millions of Takata airbag parts in Japan -

    Toyota reverses position, will replace millions of Takata airbag parts in JapanThe automaker had previously claimed that 1.6 million airbag inflators were safe, but a recent accident turned that decision around.

  • T-Mobile offers Sprint customers $200 credit to switch -

    T-Mobile offers Sprint customers $200 credit to switchThe latest promotion in T-Mobile's holiday blitz goes after its rival carrier head-on.

  • What it?s like to see the world after spending 44 years in prison -I?ve lately been playing a lot of Fallout 4, a game that revolves around a character who gets cryogenically  frozen and then wakes up 200 years later in a post-apocalyptic setting. That?s not quite what happened to an ex-convict named Otis Johnson but there are some parallels: Johnson just stepped back into the world for the first time after spending the last 44 years in prison for the attempted murder of a police officer. Recently Al Jazeera followed him around Times Square in New York and recorded his impressions of the world as it exists today. DON?T MISS: The un-gift guide: Awesomely unique gifts and gadgets you won?t find on any other list The first thing that Johnson noticed is that lots of people walk around
  • When should you upgrade to a 4K TV? -

    When should you upgrade to a 4K TV?This handy guide can help you figure out if you should upgrade to a new Ultra HD "4K" TV.

  • Can Faith be Friends With Robots? -I came across an article about automatons today. The author wrote of how we would eventually live, breathe, give birth to and even partner with automation, as some already do as humanoid technologies grow. It reminded me of something I once wrote years ago on automatons -- minds on autopilot. Autopilot as I grew weary, dreary, through the...
  • Battle lines drawn in first trailer for 'Captain America: Civil War' -

    Battle lines drawn in first trailer for 'Captain America: Civil War'Captain America and Iron Man throw down in the first trailer for the upcoming film from Marvel Studios.

  • Future ink: Tech Tats are smart biowearables for your skin -

    Future ink: Tech Tats are smart biowearables for your skinWhy embed electronics under the skin when you can wear them in the form of an intelligent, connected tattoo on your skin?

  • Your Black Friday shopping survival guide -

    Your Black Friday shopping survival guideReady to battle for deals? Bridget Carey helps you plan your strategy with tips on smartphone apps, where to find the best deals, and when to avoid the stores.

  • Irony: Samsung?s pushing Apple to make the iPhone better than ever -Samsung?s financial fate is in part tied to the iPhone. The more smartphones Apple sells, the better for Samsung?s bottom line, as the Korean company?s most recent quarterly results have shown. Being an iPhone parts supplier is of utmost importance for Samsung, which is battling many companies to score lucrative contracts from Apple. And Samsung is apparently so determined to win more of Apple?s business that it?ll help its fierce rival further improve the product that?s currently beating its flagship Galaxy handsets in stores. DON?T MISS: Best Apple Black Friday deals: Cheap iPhone 6s, iPad Air and Macs available from major retailers A report from The Korea Times says that Samsung Display is looking to convince Apple to replace LCDs
  • Predix Cloud can improve healthcare efficiency, patient outcomes says GE Healthcare CIO Daphne Jones -

    Predix Cloud can improve healthcare efficiency, patient outcomes says GE Healthcare CIO Daphne JonesWhen connected with Predix Cloud, common devices in hospitals become sources of massive amounts of data. In a video interview, Jones tells TechRepublic about how that data can help providers.

  • Growth _ but not expansion _ in US Internet gambling market -

    In this Nov. 26, 2013 photo, Jon Hernandez chooses from several games of online poker from his home in Roselle Park, N.J., the day after New Jersey began offering Internet gambling statewide. In its first two years, the industry has been growing in two of the three states that offer it nationwide, but a wave of hoped-for expansion has not occurred as many states watch the progress of the nascent industry and weigh its costs. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) ? Internet gambling is slowly growing ? but not expanding ? after 2 1/2 years of online betting in the United States.

  • Google 'right to be forgotten' requests keep piling up -

    Google 'right to be forgotten' requests keep piling upEurope's "right to be forgotten" rules remain a growing issue for Google. Today, the company released its twice-yearly transparency report, detailing the requests it's received for copyright takedowns, user data, and the removal of search results that point to inadequate or irrelevant information about a European citizen. Since the policy was put into place last May, Google reports that it's received 348,085 total requests to remove links, covering a total of 1,234,092 URLs.

  • Here's how NASA astronauts are celebrating Thanksgiving in space -

    Here's how NASA astronauts are celebrating Thanksgiving in spaceA short Thanksgiving video shows how US astronauts are celebrating the holiday aboard the International Space Station.

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