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If trade associations, professional associations, or other groups are important to your enterprise, link to them.

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All in a Day’s Work
During a hold-up in Burnaby, B.C., Canada, one of the three robbers accidentally hit the “redial” button on his cell phone and called an acquaintance. The friend wasn’t home, but his answering machine recorded the robbery, including one of the men telling the victim “you’re being jacked” and then arguing how to divide the resulting loot. The friend told the cops who the voices belong to, but the police can’t arrest the men until they get a complaint from the victim — and they don’t know who it is. Police released the recording to the media in hopes he would come forward. (Reuters) ...Great: now the robbers know they need to get to him first.
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