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BNET offers business oriented whitepapers, webcasts, and case studies.
The Center for Democracy and Technology is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit public policy organization that "works to promote democratic values and constitutional liberties in the digital age. With expertise in law, technology, and policy, CDT seeks practical solutions to enhance free expression and privacy in global communications technologies." They keep you advised of legislation affecting the Internet.
Company Sleuth provides inside information scoured from the Internet on publicly traded companies.
"The EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation) is a nonprofit group of lawyers, technologists, volunteers, and visionaries working to protect our digital rights...From the Internet to the iPod, technologies of freedom are transforming our society and empowering us as speakers, citizens, creators, and consumers. These technologies are increasingly under attack, and the EFF is the first line of defense, protecting our civil liberties in the networked world." On this site are white papers and a searchable archive.
Federal Business Opportunities was formerly the Commerce Business Daily; it posts RFPs (requests for proposals) for government contracts. This is the portal for providing your service to the Federal government.
Federal R&D Project Summaries shows how federal research dollars are being spent.
Financial Times provides business news, company profiles, and archives for $10/month. It indexes over 10 million full-text articles from 2000 different European, Asian and American business sources.
The Foundation Center provides information on 73,000 foundations, including grants.
GuideStar provides information on 640,000 non-profit organizations including their recent tax returns.
Strong Numbers calculates cash values for a wide variety of items based on prices from over 5 million online eBay auctions each week useful when shopping for equipment.