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David Leip

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David Leip oversees one of the Web's biggest operations. With some 4.5 million Web pages, IBM.com, along with an affiliated call center, generated $9.2 billion in revenue last year.

Attack Will Have Mixed Results For Economy

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The horrific events of Sept. 11 have left the nation numb and fearful that the attacks could send an economy already teetering on recession over the edge. At the same time, analysts and business leaders said, the attacks could serve as a rallying point to

Tech Companies Offer Free Services

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Corporate altruism is replacing shock as some tech companies offer free services and bandwidth to businesses affected by last week's attacks.

Quirks Of Fate: One Mans Escape From WTC

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The moment Roy Bell hit the elevator button on the 78th floor of One World Trade Center to go to the 102nd floor, the first plane hit. Little did he know he was about to cheat death several times in the next 90 hair-raising minutes.

Terrorist Attack Plays Havoc With Communications

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Tuesday's attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon snarled telecommunications services in the northeastern part of the country, forcing many companies to rely on e-mail or instant messaging to stay in touch with co-workers and customers in that

Carriers Race to Reconnect Stock Exchange

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Thousands of workers struggle to restart America's engine of commerce.

Diesel Generators Still Powering Lower Manhattan Telecom

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Unless commercial power is restored to Verizon's Broad Street central office, communications in lower Manhattan remain at risk.

Terrorist Attack Plays Havoc with Communications

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Tuesday's attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon snarled telecommunications services in the northeastern part of the country, forcing many companies to rely on e-mail or instant messaging to stay in touch with co-workers and customers in that

Quirks of Fate: One Mans Escape from WTC

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The moment Roy Bell hit the elevator button on the 78th floor of One World Trade Center to go to the 102nd floor, the first plane hit.

Verizon Fights to Reconnect New York

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Several Verizon techs lost in attack, most escape World Trade Center safely

Payphones Jammed In New York City

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New Yorkers are jamming payphones in an effort to reach loved ones in the wake of a terrorist attack that has left cell phone networks crippled.

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