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More Goods on the Block

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WayBid, Bid.com open a wider range to buyers.

Intuit, Peachtree Eye Hosting

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Vendors vie with Web-based NetLedger in accounting software services.

DSL Providers Scramble for Survival

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Independent DSL providers continue to look for ways to curtail spending and maximize resources in light of Wall Street's newfound zeal for profitability in the telecommunications industry.

E-Biz Party Is Still On

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Click-and-mortar synergies provide staying power for Web enterprises.

The Buzz: December 18, 2001

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Hewlett-Packard and Lucent were among four high-tech companies listed as good places for women who have executive-level hopes.

What Might Steal E-Tailers Christmas?

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With the holiday shopping season in full swing, e-tailers hope to reach record numbers in sales. The question is, are e-businesses prepared?

IT Unions Would Do More Harm Than Good

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Unions are coming to IT-whether we like it or not. We should fear the worst.

Where We Stand: Advocacy for IT

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As we pause at the end of the year to catch our breath from the whirlwind that is this industry, it has become a tradition for us to look back over the past 12 months and reflect on what we've said. Here are the most important positions we've advocated on

Making DSL Safe for Masses

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Nortel Networks Corp., of Brampton, Ontario, is rolling out a broadband service node to make digital subscriber lines more attractive to a wider market by enabling security features, including network-based firewalls and business-class virtual private net

Opera 5.0 Changes Tune to Better Compete

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It's tough to move up from no. 3 when nos. 1 and 2 are household names and you're a little-known company from Norway. It's even tougher when the other guys' products are given away for free but you charge for yours.

Babiesrus.com Sings a Sweet Lullaby

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E-tailer signs up MSP SiteRock to watch site for signs of crankiness

The Big Five: A Safe E-biz Harbor?

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Conventional wisdom has it that, as the new breed of e-business consultancies fumbles, e-business customers will turn back to the safety of big, traditional IT service providers.

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