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In a move that the sides hope will make content more viewable across TVs, computers, and wireless devices, cable giant Comcast has purchased the company Fandango, the companies announced Wednesday. The purchase will create a new Web site called Fancast.com, which will be “a national entertainment site where people can search and discover television and movie content, while managing their viewing experience across multiple devices,” according to Comcast’s statement. Fandango, known for its humorous television and in-theater commercials, is best known as a Web site for finding movie showtimes and other information, as well as purchasing tickets. The new site will function

by Laura Spinale As in the fashion world, where the sartorial splendor displayed on Paris catwalks eventually influences the clothing available at Wal-Mart, the specificity of upscale SOHO furniture winds its way to the mass market. "A consumer needs and wants change as quickly, and as unpredictably, as technology changes," said Dave Messigner, Bush Furniture's senior vice president for sales and marketing. Manufacturers of SOHO furniture now transcend consumers' general technological needs in an attempt to meet the style demands of specific consumer segments. Office Star recently debuted the IM200, an office chair available in bright, vivid colors. The chair was

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