Internet Service Provider

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Internet Service Provider

A company that provides access to the internet for customers. Typically, an ISP provides this service in exchange for a monthly fee. It may also provide website hosting services.
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The internet company focuses predominantly on four sectors such as food and groceries, fashion, general merchandise, and home and living.
Lisa Chambers launched the first internet company in the UK which provides larger-sized jewellery for women.
If having someone nearby to discuss your needs is important, an agent will suit your needs better than an Internet company.
Currently it is very difficult to successfully take an Internet company public.
The 47-year-old banker has helped Chase reap the first huge return on a Latin American Internet company with StarMedia.
The answer, according to experts in corporate governance, is a resounding "Yes!" The composition and functioning of an Internet company's board of directors, they say, can make a difference between success and failure.
"With all Internet company, you have the ability to build things your way," says Doke.
In related news, VNU Magazines The Netherlands has acquired a 58% interest in ilse media groep, a Dutch Internet company, and will incorporate its Internet activities into the company.
Netcetera (a private company not listed on the stock exchange), for instance, is an internet company specialising in technical solutions for banks and shopping environments.
If an Internet company is offline for 72 hours, it may be down for good.
Shares in Internet company Freeserve are set to bounce back this week after on suggestions that German Internet company T-Online is planning a pounds 6 billion takeover bid.
The nonprofit Internet company known as distributed.net (http://www.distributed.

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