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  2. EarthLink - Wikipedia

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    EarthLink is an American Internet service provider.. It went public on NASDAQ in January 1997. Much of the company's growth was via acquisition; by 2000, The New York Times described Earthlink as the "second largest Internet service provider after America Online."

  3. Bookkeeping - Wikipedia

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    Bookkeeping is the recording of financial transactions, and is part of the process of accounting in business and other organizations. It involves preparing source documents for all transactions, operations, and other events of a business.

  4. Daunte Culpepper - Wikipedia

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    He also set an NCAA record for single-season completion percentage at 73.6%, breaking a 15-year-old mark set by Steve Young (71.3%). This record would stand until Colt McCoy (Texas) finished the 2008 season with a completion percentage of 77.6%.

  5. magicJack - Wikipedia

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    In September 2011 the company introduced MagicJack Plus, which does not require the use of a computer after its initial online registration and account set-up procedure. The device connects directly to a modem or router's ethernet port, and has a standard phone jack (which allows a phone to be connected to the device) as well as an AC power ...

  6. Local Now - Wikipedia

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    Local Now (stylized as "local now") is an American over-the-top internet television service that is owned by The Weather Group, LLC, a subsidiary of Entertainment Studios. A spinoff of The Weather Channel, Local Now primarily provides a cyclic playlist of weather, news, sports, entertainment and lifestyle segments, incorporating localized content through feeds geared to a user-specified area.

  7. Sean Payton - Wikipedia

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    In 3 games he completed 8 of 23 passes (34.8%), for 79 yards, no TDs, and 1 INT, a passer rating of 27.3. He was also sacked 7 times for 47 yards and had one rush attempt for 28 yards. Coincidentally, his one interception came against the New Orleans Saints, the team he would later go on to coach to a Super Bowl victory.

  8. AT&T - Wikipedia

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    In 1982, U.S. regulators broke up the AT&T monopoly, requiring AT&T to divest its local subsidiaries, which it did by grouping them into seven individual companies. These new companies were known as Regional Bell Operating Companies, or more informally, Baby Bells.

  9. Randy Moss - Wikipedia

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    Randy Gene Moss (born February 13, 1977) is a former American football player. He has played in the National Football League (NFL) for 14 seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders, New England Patriots, Tennessee Titans, and the San Francisco 49ers.