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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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  • Teen star of YouTube's Bratayley family dies at age 13 -By Daina Beth Solomon LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Teen YouTube star Caleb Logan LeBlanc, part of the popular "Bratayley" family on YouTube known for posting humorous, wholesome daily videos, has died suddenly at age 13, his family and police said. LeBlanc died on Thursday in Maryland following a "medical emergency," the Anne Arundel County Police Department said in a statement on Monday. "Responding officers arrived and observed a juvenile male patient suffering from an unknown medical emergency.
  • Google invests in Wall Street-backed chat company Symphony: WSJ -

    Letters spell the word "Alphabet" as they are seen on a computer screen with a Google search page in this photo illustration taken in Paris(Reuters) - Google, which has now morphed into holding company Alphabet Inc, took a stake in Symphony Communication Services LLC in a fundraising round that values the messaging startup at $650 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. Symphony's latest funding round is expected to close this week, the WSJ reported, citing people familiar with the matter. The service is backed by Goldman Sachs Group Inc and other big Wall Street banks.

  • U.S. to hold final auction of bitcoins from Silk Road case -

    A Bitcoin logo is displayed at the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial districtThe U.S. government on Monday announced that it would hold a final auction of bitcoins seized during the prosecution of the creator of Silk Road, an online black market where illegal drugs and other goods could be purchased with the digital currency. The U.S. Marshals Service said it would hold an online auction on Nov. 5 for about 44,341 bitcoins. The auction will be the last of bitcoins the government took into custody while prosecuting Ross Ulbricht, who authorities say ran Silk Road and was sentenced in May to life in prison.

  • Twitter appoints Jack Dorsey CEO, seeks new chairman -

    Dorsey, interim CEO of Twitter and CEO of Square, goes for a walk on the first day of the annual Allen and Co. media conference in Sun ValleyTwitter Inc named Jack Dorsey as its permanent CEO but said it would look elsewhere for a chairman, seeking to allay concerns about its co-founder's dual role as head of the mobile payments company Square. Twitter's shares rose as much as 6 percent on Monday after the announcement, which ended months of speculation about who would take the top job at the microblogging service. Dorsey has been running Twitter as interim CEO to much acclaim since his predecessor, Dick Costolo, stepped down on July 1.

  • Online firms block terrorism investigations: top British policeman -By Michael Holden LONDON (Reuters) - Terrorism investigations are becoming harder and more risky because some social media companies either refuse to help or make products which deliberately hamper inquiries, Britain's most senior counter-terrorism police officer said on Monday. London Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said that since former U.S. spy contractor Edward Snowden revealed the extent to which intelligence agencies could intercept online traffic, new technologies had emerged that made plots harder to foil. "We have a growing Achilles heel that, if it is not tackled, will slowly diminish our ability to keep the public safe," Rowley told the Royal United Services Institute, a London think-tank.
  • Oregon gunman fascinated by shootings, described as shy and awkward -WINCHESTER, Ore./TORRANCE, Calif. (Reuters) - The man killed by police on Thursday after he fatally shot nine people at a southern Oregon community college was a shy, awkward 26-year-old who was fascinated with shootings, according to people who knew him and his own social media postings. Chris Harper-Mercer lived in Torrance, California, before moving to Winchester, Oregon, where he resided in an apartment with his mother Laurel Harper about a four-minute drive from Umpqua Community College, according to online records. Nine people were wounded when he sprayed bullets into a classroom at the college in Roseburg, a timber town of about 20,000 people that adjoins Winchester.
  • Bye bye Google, hello Alphabet -

    Letters spell the word "Alphabet" as they are seen on a computer screen with a Google search page in this photo illustration taken in Paris(Reuters) - Google Inc has morphed into Alphabet Inc. After U.S. markets closed on Friday, Alphabet replaced Google as the publicly traded company that will house Google's search and Web advertising businesses, maps, YouTube and its "moonshot" ventures such as driverless cars. Google's class A shares and class C shares will automatically convert into the same number of Alphabet class A shares and class C shares and start trading on the Nasdaq from Monday. The structural overhaul, announced in August, is intended to separate the company's core businesses from ventures such as the driverless cars, glucose-monitoring contact lenses and Internet-connected high-altitude balloons.

  • Twitter sentiment on pope sours over meeting with gay marriage opponent -By Angela Moon NEW YORK (Reuters) - Sentiment toward Pope Francis turned sour on social media over his meeting with a Kentucky county clerk who refuses to issue same-sex marriage licenses, data compiled by Thomson Reuters showed. The ratio of positive versus negative tweets on the pope had been about 2.6 to 1 on average during and shortly after his Sept. 22-27 visit to the United States. On Friday, the Vatican said there was "a sense of regret" that the pope had ever seen Kim Davis, the clerk who went to jail in September for refusing to honor a U.S. Supreme Court ruling and issue same-sex marriage licenses.
  • General Electric producing science fiction podcast series -

    The General Electric logo is seen in a Sears store in SchaumburgIn a sign that what is old is new again, U.S. conglomerate General Electric Co is producing its own science fiction podcast series in an effort to raise its profile among a younger, tech-savvy audience. GE, in partnership with The Slate Group's podcast network Panoply, is running "The Message," a fictional eight-episode podcast that will follow the decoding of a 70 year-old message from outer space. "It's science fiction meets real science," said Andy Goldberg, GE's global creative director.

  • Oregon shooting 'threat' may have circulated on social media -The anonymous postings and numerous replies appeared on the site hours before a 20-year-old gunman opened fire at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, on Thursday, killing and wounding an as yet undetermined number of people. Emailed questions to federal law enforcement officials about the postings were not immediately answered. A comparable posting three years ago ahead of the school massacre in Newtown, Connecticut, was later discredited by police.
  • Square could take hit on IPO with Jack Dorsey leading Twitter -

    Dorsey, interim CEO of Twitter and CEO of Square, goes for a walk on the first day of the annual Allen and Co. media conference in Sun ValleyBy Heather Somerville SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The much anticipated initial public offering from Silicon Valley payments company Square could take a price hit if its chief executive, Jack Dorsey, takes a second and possibly more demanding job: running Twitter. "Management and management focus are the single most determining factor of the success or lack thereof of a company pursuing an IPO," said Lise Buyer, an IPO consultant with Class V Group in Silicon Valley who also helped guide Google Inc's IPO. The company has filed a confidential public offering and plans an "imminent" public filing, according to a source familiar with the situation, potentially putting it in a position to be a public company by the end-of-year holiday season.

  • EU antitrust chief says Apple, Google cases show no U.S. bias -

    Euro coins are seen in front of a Google logo in this picture illustration taken in ZenicaBy Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Europe's antitrust chief dismissed on Friday accusations of anti-U.S. bias over her decision to go after Google for abusing its Internet search dominance and Apple over an Irish tax deal, saying such talk was a fallacy. European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager's robust defense of her actions came after she was criticized in the U.S. media for a spate of cases opened over the past year against U.S. giants such as Google, Apple, Amazon and Starbucks. "Some claim that our cases involving Internet giants such as Apple or Google are evidence of bias.

  • Late night TV hosts reach beyond midnight for digital domination -

    Jimmy Fallon takes part in a panel discussion at the NBC portion of the 2014 Winter Press Tour for the Television Critics Association in PasadenaBy Piya Sinha-Roy LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Daniel Radcliffe raps the alphabet. Mariah Carey sings karaoke to her own hits. Celebrities read out nasty tweets about themselves. In the race to go viral online, U.S. television late night hosts are bringing out the big guns. Wedged between YouTube celebrities, Vine stars and an Internet full of cat videos, the hosts of late night talk shows are putting a larger focus on becoming online sensations, creating meme-friendly content to draw an audience well beyond their tiny midnight viewership. ...

  • Online retailer dreams of printing off bespoke shoes at home -

    A tablet displays the Shoes of Prey website as Carmen Dang, a design consultant, stands next to designs being showcased in a large department store in central Sydney, AustraliaBy Emma Thomasson BERLIN (Reuters) - The co-founder of Australian online retailer Shoes of Prey, which allows customers to design their own footwear, hopes to one day allow customers to print out pairs at home as technology improves and consumer demand grows for personalized products. Founded in 2009, Shoes of Prey allows women to create unique designs on its website, choosing from 300,000 trillion possible permutations of materials, colors, styles and sizes. Jodie Fox, who set up Shoes of Prey in 2009 with former Google Inc employees Michael Fox and Mike Knapp, expects consumer demand for faster delivery to keep rising.

  • Tencent, eBay join Kakao bid for new South Korean Internet bank -

    Man uses a mobile phone in front of a logo of Tencent at the Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) 2015 in BeijingKakao Corp, the operator of South Korea's largest mobile messaging app, said Tencent Holdings Ltd and eBay Inc have joined its bid for a new South Korean Internet bank license. Tencent and eBay will make their investments through subsidiaries, which are expected to take stakes of 4 percent or less in the bank should a license be gained, a Kakao spokesman said. South Korea is expected to grant one or two licenses for Internet banks this year.

  • Hillary Clinton aides worried about private email use in 2011 -

    U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Clinton speaks at the Community Forum on Substance Abuse at The Boys and Girls Club of America campaign event in Laconia New HampshireBy Jonathan Allen and Megan Cassella NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A hacking attack on Google's Gmail service in 2011 prompted Hillary Clinton and her aides to worry about the security of private email accounts widely used by government officials who found their "antiquated" government-issued laptops inefficient. Clinton's use of a private email account connected to a server in her New York home while she led the State Department now hangs over her campaign to become the Democratic nominee for the November 2016 presidential election. The seemingly prophetic concern is revealed in the latest batch of Clinton's emails released by the State Department, the fifth release in a monthly series set to last until January 2016 under a schedule ordered by a federal judge.

  • As Twitter, Square interests converge, CEO Dorsey risks conflicts -

    Dorsey, chairman of Twitter and CEO of Square, listens to a fellow panelist during a Techonomy Detroit panel discussion held at Wayne State University in DetroitBy Yasmeen Abutaleb SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - If Jack Dorsey becomes permanent CEO of both Twitter Inc and mobile payments company Square, he could struggle with conflicts of interest in the business that is key to both companies' futures: e-commerce. Corporate governance experts and some investors have already expressed concern that Dorsey faced tough choices in his role as interim Twitter chief and head of Square. Dorsey has acknowledged the risk of a conflict of interest, publicly saying he recuses himself from decisions involving both companies.

  • Wisconsin refutes hoax that lawn ornaments counted in state deer tally -

    A WHITETAIL DEER RUNS THROUGH A CORN FIELD IN SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN.By Brendan O'Brien MILWAUKEE (Reuters) - Wisconsin wildlife officials have taken to social media to refute a hoax letter that suggested they had mistakenly added deer lawn ornaments to the last two annual statewide deer tallies. The state's Department of Natural Resources said on Facebook that several residents recently received a letter telling them to remove concrete deer ornaments from their yards by Nov. 1 so they are not counted again this year. It was not crafted, nor distributed by (the Department of Natural Resources)," the post on Tuesday said.

  • Twitter likely to name Dorsey permanent CEO: Re/code -

    Dorsey, interim CEO of Twitter and CEO of Square, goes for a walk on the first day of the annual Allen and Co. media conference in Sun ValleyTwitter Inc co-founder and interim Chief Executive Jack Dorsey is expected to be named permanent CEO as early as Thursday, while keeping his job as the head of online payment service Square, technology news website Re/code reported, citing sources. The report was largely welcomed by investors, and Twitter's stock rose briefly by as much as 6.8 percent, before closing 5.3 percent higher at $26.94 on the New York Stock Exchange. "Jack Dorsey would be the right guy (for the job) if he were not running Square," said FBN Securities analyst Shebly Seyrafi.

  • Jay Z's Tidal to celebrate 1 million subscribers with mega concert -

    Jay Z performs at the O2 arena in LondonJay Z's global streaming music service Tidal on Wednesday announced a super star charity concert in New York to celebrate reaching one million subscribers, six months after it launched. Jay Z, his wife Beyonce, Prince, Usher, and Nicki Minaj will headline the Oct. 20 concert in Brooklyn, with tickets going on sale on Wednesday, firstly to Tidal subscribers. The concert will also be streamed live for both subscribers and non-subscribers via

  • Facebook updates profile options for mobile users, adds videos -

    Computer screens display the Facebook sign-in screen in this photo illustration taken in GoldenFacebook Inc rolled out updates to mobile profile pages to enable users to better personalize their profiles and more easily control their privacy settings. Facebook has sought to improve and ease its mobile profile experience as it makes more of its $10 billion-plus in annual ad revenue off of phones. The updates also come during New York City's 12th Advertising Week, where Facebook is courting the world's largest advertisers and companies.

  • Thousands of companies await EU ruling on U.S. data privacy pact -

    Antennas of the former NSA listening station are seen at the Teufelsberg hill or Devil's Mountain in BerlinBy Julia Fioretti BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A ruling due next week from the EU's top court on a long-running transatlantic pact on private data could affect all legal ways of moving such data from Europe to the United States, lawyers say, potentially disrupting the everyday online transactions of thousands of companies. Under current European privacy laws companies are forbidden from transferring European citizens' personal data to countries deemed to have lower privacy standards - such as the United States.

  • Digicel to install Shine ad-blocking software on mobile networks -Digicel Group [DCEL.N] is to deploy ad-blocking software on mobile networks in its Caribbean and Asia Pacific markets, it said on Wednesday, making it one of the first mobile operators to join the battle between internet users and advertisers. Israeli ad-blocking software maker Shine Technologies and Digicel said in a joint statement that the Kingston, Jamaica-based operator was going to install its software on its networks, starting with Jamaica itself and then rolling it out to its many other national markets across the Caribbean and in the Asia Pacific region. The use of ad-blocking software has been growing rapidly on desktop computers but until now has been rare on mobiles.
  • CIA yanks personnel from U.S. Embassy in Beijing: Washington Post -The CIA has withdrawn a number of its personnel from the U.S. Embassy in Beijing following two massive cyber attacks involving U.S. government employee records, according to the Washington Post. Citing current and former U.S. officials "who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss a sensitive matter," the newspaper said the CIA took the steps because the hack of U.S. Office of Personnel Management records this year could have enabled the Chinese to identify the intelligence agency's employees. U.S. officials have privately pointed to China as the source of the OPM attacks but have not publicly declared who was behind them.
  • Target to match online prices with over two dozen online rivals -

    People are seen in front of a Target store in Delta, British Columbia(Reuters) - Target Corp said it will match online prices of 29 of its rivals including and Wal-Mart Stores Inc, as the race to grab shoppers intensifies ahead of the holiday season. Other large retailers Target will price-match include Costco Wholsesale Corp, Best Buy, Macy's Inc and CVS Health Corp, the company said in a statement late on Tuesday. Target said it will now allow 14 days, up from seven days, for shoppers to get a price adjustment.

  • Revenue jumps at Rocket Internet's top start-ups -

    A woman walks past a banner at the shareholder meeting of Rocket Internet, a German venture capital group in BerlinBy Emma Thomasson BERLIN (Reuters) - Sales growth accelerated at the top online start-ups owned by German ecommerce investor Rocket Internet during the first six months of 2015 and it said some will break even in two years. Rocket Internet, Europe's largest Internet company, is viewed as a launch pad for future stock market listings from online fashion to food delivery firms although several mooted initial public offerings have been put on ice recently. The company said its top 12 start-ups, or its "proven winners", saw average weighted net revenues jump 142 percent to 1.37 billion euros ($1.5 billion) in the first half, accelerating from growth of 82 percent in 2014 as a whole.

  • Former U.S. spy agency contractor Snowden draws crowd with Twitter debut -

    American whistleblower Snowden via video link from Moscow regarding International Treaty on the Right to Privacy, Protection Against Improper Surveillance and Protection of Whistleblowers in New YorkBy Bill Trott WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Edward Snowden has come in from the cold - on Twitter. Snowden, the fugitive former National Security Agency contractor who leaked details about the U.S. government's massive surveillance programs, started a Twitter account on Tuesday from exile in Russia with a simple handle - @snowden.

  • AT&T expects 2 million net wireless subscriber adds in third-quarter -

    An AT&T Logo is pictured on the side of a building in PasadenaAT&T also expects to report positive U.S. net subscriber additions for the recently acquired satellite TV provider DirecTV, it said in a regulatory filing. AT&T, which reported 2.1 million net wireless additions in the second quarter, said in August that it expected revenue, earnings and free cash flow to grow through 2018 following its purchase of DirecTV and wireless expansion in Mexico. AT&T also said it would change the methodology DirecTV used to count its commercial subscribers to conform to its practices, which will reduce DirecTV's total subscriber count by 918,600 at the close of the deal in July.

  • Top U.S. spy says skeptical about U.S.-China cyber agreement -

    Aerial view of the United States military headquarters, the PentagonBy Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The top U.S. intelligence official said he was skeptical that a new U.S.-China cyber agreement would slow a growing torrent of cyber attacks on U.S. computer networks, adding that his approach will be to "trust but verify." Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday that the agreement did not include specific penalties for violations but that the U.S. government could use economic sanctions and other tools to respond if needed. Clapper and other officials said they viewed last week's cyber agreement between China and the United States on curbing economic cyber espionage as a "good first step" but noted it was not clear how effective the pact would be.

  • Whistleblower Snowden draws crowd with Twitter debut -

    American whistleblower Snowden via video link from Moscow regarding International Treaty on the Right to Privacy, Protection Against Improper Surveillance and Protection of Whistleblowers in New YorkBy Bill Trott WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Edward Snowden has come in from the cold - on Twitter. Snowden, a former National Security Agency contractor who leaked details about the U.S. government's massive surveillance programs, started a Twitter account on Tuesday from exile in Russia with a simple handle - @snowden.

  • Google unveils latest Nexus phones, tablet -

    Nexus6P_O_Aluminum_H2_JH-150922(Reuters) - Google Inc unveiled its new Nexus phones on Tuesday in its latest attempt to take a bite out of Apple's dominant share of the smartphone market. The launch of the phones, the Nexus 6P and the Nexus 5X, comes a day after Apple Inc reported record first-weekend sales of its new iPhones. The Nexus 5X 16 GB model will be priced at $379, while the Nexus 6P 32 GB will cost $499, Google said at an event live-streamed on YouTube.

  • Canada's Hootsuite taps Open Text executive Kini as CFO: source -By Euan Rocha and John Tilak TORONTO (Reuters) - Hootsuite has tapped Open Text's principal accounting officer Sujeet Kini as its chief financial officer, according to a source familiar with the matter, potentially moving the Canadian tech start-up a step closer toward listing. Waterloo, Ontario-based Open Text disclosed in a regulatory document last week that Kini is leaving the company effective Oct. 16 and that he has accepted the CFO position at a social media company. The source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told Reuters that Kini is set to join Hootsuite, which is widely expected to go public some time next year.
  • Twitter looking beyond 140 characters with new product: Re/code -

    The Twitter logo is shown at its corporate headquarters in San Francisco(Reuters) - Micro-blogging website operator Twitter Inc is working on a product that will allow users to share content longer than 140 characters, technology website Re/code reported on Tuesday. Up to Monday's close, the stock had fallen nearly 30 percent this year.

  • More German firms turning to cyber insurance: Marsh -The rising number of hacking attacks is prompting more companies in Germany to seek cyber insurance protection, insurance broker Marsh said on Tuesday. While cyber premiums in Germany are expected to be worth only around $10 million this year - compared with $2 billion in the United States - the German market is expected to grow by 30 percent per year in the future, Marsh estimated. "We are seeing a wave of enquiries that will lead to many more contracts in the coming months," the head of Marsh's German business Georg Braeuchle told a news briefing.
  • Comcast to offer ad-supported video streaming service 'Watchable' -

    A woman walks past the NBC logo and Comcast at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in Manhattan, New YorkBy Malathi Nayak NEW YORK (Reuters) - Comcast Corp said on Tuesday it will launch a trial of a video streaming service with content from online video networks such as Walt Disney Co's Maker Studios, aiming to target younger viewers who have an appetite for Web videos. The beta version of its streaming service, called "Watchable," will be available as an app on ioS devices, online on and on TV sets of users who subscribe to Comcast's Xfinity 1 pay-TV service, Comcast executives said in a statement. Comcast's experiment with a video streaming service comes as the pay-TV market is struggling to retain users gravitating towards online video offerings and moving away from traditional TV content.

  • New customers drive Boohoo profit growth -British online fashion retailer posted a 39 percent jump in first half profit on the back of strong revenue growth driven by new customers. Boohoo floated at 50 pence a share last year but the stock was hammered after a profit warning in January. The firm made a pre-tax profit of 6.3 million pounds in the six months to August 31, up from 4.5 million pounds, on revenue up 35 percent to 90.8 million pounds.
  • Raytheon says new U.S. civilian cyber contract worth about $1 billion -

    One of Raytheon's Integrated Defense buildings is seen in San DiegoRaytheon Co on Monday said a new five-year contract it won from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to help more than 100 civilian agencies manage their computer security could be worth $1 billion, a key win for the company. Raytheon said DHS selected it to be the prime contractor and systems integrator for the agency's Network Security Deployment (NSD) division, and its National Cybersecurity Protection System (NCPS). Dave Wajsgras, president of Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services, said the company had invested over $3.5 billion in recent years to expand its cybersecurity capabilities.

  • Yahoo to spin off Alibaba stake despite no U.S. tax ruling -

    Employees play table tennis inside the headquarters office of Alibaba (China) Technology Co. Ltd on the outskirts of Hangzhou(Reuters) - Yahoo Inc said on Monday it would proceed with the planned spinoff of its stake in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd even though the IRS has declined to rule on whether the transaction would be tax free. Yahoo's shares rose 4 percent to $28.71 in extended trading. The Web search company said earlier this month the IRS had denied its request for a private letter ruling on whether the spinoff of its stake in the Chinese e-commerce giant would be considered tax free.

  • back in service after second outage -

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks on stage during a town hall with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Facebook's headquarters in Menlo Park, California(Reuters) - Facebook Inc restored access to its social media website for most users on Monday afternoon, after its second outage in less than a week. According to, Facebook was down for about 42 minutes between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. ET. Facebook's map on, which monitors disruptions, showed major outages over parts of North America.

  • Aldi raises pressure on UK grocers with online foray -

    A branch of Aldi supermarket, which has ordered a recall of two frozen prepared meals that had contained horse meat in tests, is seen in northwest LondonBy James Davey LONDON (Reuters) - The British arm of German discount supermarket Aldi will launch an online operation next year, marking its first foray into e-commerce in Europe and giving the UK's major grocers yet another headache to contend with in a brutally competitive market. Privately owned Aldi [ALDIEI.UL], which posted a 4 percent dip in 2014 operating profit on Monday, showing even discounters can't engage in a price war and emerge unscathed, said it will begin selling wine by the case online in the first quarter of next year. "This is perhaps the most exciting development for Aldi in our last 25 years in the UK," CEO Matthew Barnes told reporters.

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