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Toshiki Hayashi, president of Bandai Networks, shows some of the images delivered to cell phones from his company’s Web site.

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Big-screen ads now showing
The infiltration of TV-commercial-style ads — for everything from American Express to Volkswagen — is rapidly spreading on movie theater screens around the nation.

Japan firm hopes Net phone craze transfers to U.S.
About 25 million Japanese — a fifth of the nation's population — use Net phones to chat, play games, read news, check stocks and search for restaurants, all on a 1-inch-by-1-inch screen.

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The key in business, as Apple chief executive Steve Jobs says, is "making new mistakes." You just don't want to repeat the old ones. A solid recovery program can save customers and make friends.
New mutual fund and stock listings
Beginning tomorrow, The Advertiser's Business section will offer a new daily mutual fund listing and an expanded Nasdaq stock listing to help investors better understand and analyze the increasingly complex financial markets.
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