CorporateScoop.com Launches Internet Business Desktop Portal

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CorporateScoop.com today announced the grand opening launch of the company’s highly anticipated Internet Desktop. The free site gives users quick access to popular online destinations, delivers a variety of news feeds and allows each user to create a personal desktop of most frequented work and personal Internet addresses. Designed to appear like the front page of a corporate journal, the site also publishes daily news bytes, business history and stats.

– CorporateScoop.com today announced the grand opening launch of the company’s highly anticipated Internet Desktop. The free site gives users quick access to popular online destinations, delivers a variety of news feeds and allows each user to create a personal desktop of most frequented work and personal Internet addresses. Designed to appear like the front page of a corporate journal, the site also publishes daily news bytes, business history and stats.

The site also provides the latest “scoop” on corporate scandals, gossip and company dirt as well as some little known secrets about some businesses -- hence the site’s name. While most online visitors use Yahoo!, MSN, AOL or Google to access the Internet, those sites offer visitors certain components of the overall portal experience. The Corporate Scoop site consolidates all of these sites into a single Internet gateway so users can still continue to access their familiar portals through the Corporate Scoop and also have a simplified, information rich, advertising-free online experience. The site's Premium Desktop offering costs $2.50 per month with an annual subscription and a free trial is available.

Noted the Company’s President, “Most of our current subscribers can easily spend three dollars for premium coffee on any given day, so they consider having a customizable, professional corporate looking website like Premium Desktop a bargain.” Corporate Scoop also has virtual employee Vice Presidents that provide the site with an “edgy” personality. A company spokesman stated “Unlike real employees, our virtual employees do not understand corporate politics and cannot be fired, so they give you a real view of life in the corporate world.”

About CorporateScoop.com -- The Corporate Scoop in a free online Internet Desktop and Business webzine. The site offers a Premium Desktop service that provides additional start page functionality, graphical drop down Internet links, desktop tools and extensive news feeds. For more information or to learn more about a free trial or features, please visit the site online at http://www.corporatescoop.com.

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