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  • . Disney's Narnia Licensing Plans to Expand with Caspian 21 Jun 2006 | (Narnia Films) The division also plans an expanded range of products for the sequel to last fall's "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, " Mooney said

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  • . Retail Payoff While consumer-electronics giants develop scores of products at once and endure a few flops, Jobs's hands-on approach means Apple can focus on only one or two brand-new projects at a time
  • . That's a really awkward place to be." One advantage Apple has over rivals is its retail stores, which give customers first-hand experience with the company's new products
  • . Products are displayed on uncluttered maple tables, so shoppers can comfortably try things they may have never done on a computer before, like create a home movie
  • . Jobs won't comment on such opportunities, except to warn of the difficulty of creating products people really want to use
  • . ( ), not known for its consumer savvy, has gotten into the market with sophisticated wireless products for zapping video and music around the home
  • . Some 20 years ago, Apple leaped ahead in PCs and then blew its lead because it insisted on too much control over its products
  • . Still, he continues to use proprietary software in his music products to insulate Apple from direct competition

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  • . By Dani Veracity, June 26, 2006 Before the 1980s, with the exception of Disney and McDonald's masterminds Walt Disney and Ray Kroc, companies felt little incentive to market their products to children because they felt children had no buying power
  • . Now is your chance to counter the tyranny of the FDA and finally make it legal for fruit and vegetable growers to tell the truth about the health benefits of their natural products
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  • . in | June 22, 2006 Clinical Drug Studies Bring First Installs of Neurognostics’ fMRI Systems Clinical Drug Studies Bring First Installs of Neurognostics’ fMRI Systems Milwaukee, WI June 13, 2006 - Neurognostics, Inc., a Milwaukee-based company specializing in functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) products and services, successfully completed the installation of two of its MindState™ fDAD™ systems
  • . Not only have we had an opportunity to install our products at two sites, we also get a chance to use these sites as reference points for future customers
  • . “We are excited to work with Neurognostics and use their fMRI products and services, ” said Patricia Zadra, Vice President at the Center for Diagnostic Imaging
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