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Online Video and Other Web Services Drive $70 billion Telecom Infrastructure Spending

As Internet users embrace Internet phone services and online video, North American telecom companies are projected to spend $70 billion on new infrastructure to meet voice and data Internet traffic demand around the globe, up 67% from their 2003 total, according to industry tracker Infonetics Research. 

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January Retail Sales Flat at $370B; Business Inventories also Unchanged

January retail sales were unchanged at $370.4 billion after a 1.2% gain in December, the Commerce Department reported. Retail sales excluding autos and gasoline rose 0.5% in January compared to 1% rise in December.

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ETF Assets Jump 1.1% to $422 billion in January; Set to Climb 40% in 2007 

The net amount of money invested in exchange traded funds climbed 1.1% or $4.5 billion in January to $422 billion, according to State Street Global Advisors, reports IBD. 

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US Online Dating Market by the Numbers: 20M Visitors in December

The US online dating market will reach $932 million in 2011, according to a latest report from JupiterResearch. The number of paying customers  to U.S. dating sites has stayed steady at around 5% of Internet users in the five years of the annual survey by JupiterResearch. 

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