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post Wed 6th December 2006, 5:07pm
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Amazon.com Inc. has invested an undisclosed amount of money in Wikia, the for-profit wiki information site founded by Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales.

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post Wed 6th December 2006, 5:39pm
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Amazon.com Inc. has invested an undisclosed amount of money in Wikia, the for-profit wiki information site founded by Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales.

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post Wed 6th December 2006, 8:38pm
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(AP) SAN MATEO, Calif. Wikia Inc., the Web site launched by Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, said Wednesday it received investment funding from online retail giant Amazon.com Inc.

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post Wed 6th December 2006, 8:22pm
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Wikia Inc., the Web site launched by Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, said Wednesday it received investment funding from online retail giant Amazon.com Inc.

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post Thu 7th December 2006, 12:27am
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Blog: Amazon.com has invested in the jointly-edited Web site Wikia, an offshoot of the popular online encyclopedia, Wikipedia. The amount...

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By Ryan Blitstein, San Jose Mercury News, Calif. Dec. 6--Amazon.com has invested in Wikia, the San Mateo for-profit wiki company co-founded by Jimmy Wales, one of the brains behind online encyclopedia Wikipedia, the start-up said today in a statement.

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AMAZON HAS bunged some wonga at Wikia , the 'community' offshoot of online encyclopedia Wikipedia.

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Amazon.com has invested in Wikia, the San Mateo for-profit wiki company co-founded by Jimmy Wales, one of the brains behind online encyclopedia Wikipedia, the start-up said Wednesday.

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By Ryan Blitstein, San Jose Mercury News, Calif. Dec. 7--Amazon.com has invested in Wikia, the San Mateo for-profit wiki company co-founded by Jimmy Wales, one of the brains behind online encyclopedia Wikipedia, the start-up said Wednesday.

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Amazon.com has invested in Wikia, the for-profit wiki company co-founded by Jimmy Wales, one of the brains behind online encyclopedia Wikipedia, the start-up said Wednesday. The Seattle online retailer did not disclose the size of its investment. On Wikia, communities gather virtually to create Web pages devoted to any subject.

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Amazon.com has invested in Wikia, the for-profit wiki company co-founded by Jimmy Wales, one of the brains behind online encyclopedia Wikipedia, the start-up said Wednesday. The Seattle online retailer did not disclose the size of its investment. On Wikia, communities gather virtually to create Web pages devoted to any subject.

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Amazon.com has invested in Wikia, the for-profit wiki company co-founded by Jimmy Wales, one of the brains behind online encyclopedia Wikipedia, the start-up said Wednesday. The Seattle online retailer did not disclose the size of its investment. On Wikia, communities gather virtually to create Web pages devoted to any subject.

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