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Confessions of a Former Consultant

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A new report has it that it consultants are the first things to go during a downturn in the economy.

Whos Knocking on Your Door?

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Compaq, HP scour the consulting market for potential takeover targets.

Fast Facts Section B: June 4, 2001

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Auction king eBay plans to launch online storefronts in the next quarter to grab an even bigger piece of the retail market, CEO Meg Whitman said at the company's annual meeting.

The Inside Story of ICGs Collapse

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Until its sudden and mysterious collapse into bankruptcy last fall, ICG Communications seemed to have it all.

A Big Slice of Keylimes Pie

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Keylime (www.keylimesoftware.com), a Carlsbad, Calif., e-business ASP, needed a friendly financier.

Conway Designs PeopleSofts Renaissance

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One morning, shortly before the launch of PeopleSoft 8 CRM, company CEO Craig Conway was getting ready for a day filled with meetings.

Earnings Season Opens With a Thud

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No news was good news for our Partner Index during most of May.

One on One

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Xuma's CTO has helped build a number of e-business sites. He's got some sage advice for anyone involved in similar endeavors.

ASPects: June 4, 2001

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Flanked by USinternetworking boss Andy Stern and Corio CEO George Kadifa, John Charters played nice when a panel discussion at the recent Information Technology Association of America's ASP Leadership Summit turned to the life expectancy of first-generati

App Manages HR, Projects

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But Oracle software faces competition from PeopleSoft and Lawson

Tectonic Shifts on Capitol Hill

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Vermont Sen. James Jeffords' exit from the Republican Party will dramatically affect the debate on key Internet issues such as privacy, e-commerce taxation and telecom deregulation.

Fast Facts Infrastructure: May 28, 2001

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The number of DSL customers quadrupled in 2000, but growth in the segment halted in the first quarter, as many of the major competitive carriers filed for bankruptcy and others hiked rates, market research company TeleChoice says.

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