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E-Content Institute lines up industry heavy-hitters to exploit desktop information

News | 10/03/2001 4:00 am EDT

A group of prominent electronic content providers hope to better understand and exploit information sent to end users’ desktops through the formation of a new institute. The president of the E-Content Institute says 16 companies with information to sell have banded together in a tough economic climate to ensure they’re tightly focused on staying in the black, and examining new directions and strategies.

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