Now the history of corporations, controlling areas of death care and the Funeral Industry is historically is not all that good. One has to look no further than the antics of Service Corporation International, NYSE: SCI in the United States.
And so it goes Legacy.com has some stake in most Newspaper Obituaries. It appears that this is growing in Countries outside the USA.
Legacy.com, the world’s most timely and comprehensive resource for online obituaries and the undisputed leader in Web-based memorialization, has joined forces with the largest daily newspapers in Australia and Canada and some of the largest papers in Ireland to allow more international readers to build feature-rich Legacy.com Memorial Websites and Guest Books for deceased loved ones. Coming on the heels of new partnerships with 95 U.K. newspapers, including the Times of London, the new partnerships broaden Legacy.com’s international reach beyond the more than 700 newspaper affiliations it maintains across North America and in Europe.
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