Brian Fontana resigns as INX chief financial officer; ISWest named to Inc. 5000

> Brian Fontana has resigned from his position as Chief Financial Officer at INX (Nasdaq: INXI), an IP network communications provider. He'll continue in a consulting role as the company looks for a successor. News release.

> Internet service provider ISWest has been named as one of Inc. magazine's fastest growing private companies for the second year running. News release.

> Lyfe Communications (OTC BB: LYFE) CEO Robert Bryson detailed his company's strategy for developing and deploying integrated TV, Internet and enhanced voice service over broadband networks in an interview with SmallCapVoice.com. At some point you may even be able to listen to the interview, which no longer is posted on SCV's site for some reason. News release.

> TDS (NYSE: TDS) declared a third quarter dividend of $.1125 per common share, with payment to be made on Sept. 30 to shareholders. The wireline and wireless operator has increased its dividend of common stock every year since 1974. Release.

> China's growing affluence and government regulations have led to a rise in wages--good for the Chinese working man, not so good for international companies like Flextronics International (Nasdaq: FLEX), which supplies Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) and Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSCO). Story.

And finally... Feel like you're being followed--online? You are, by tailored advertising called retargeting or remarketing that uses online tracking technologies like cookies to keep hounding you to buy, buy, buy. The New York Times has more.

Suggested Articles

Israel-based DriveNets announces a raft of vendor partnerships on Tuesday including UfiSpace, Edgecore Networks and Delta.

Amazon is putting the loss of the $10 billion Pentagon JEDI cloud contract squarely on the shoulders of President Trump, according to a filing.

Ericsson announced late Friday afternoon that it had agreed to pay $1.06 billion in fines to U.S. regulators after pleading guilty to bribery charges.