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The Ad Advocate

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Robin Webster's mission to revive Net advertising

Online Photo Shops Crop and Merge

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Online photo companies are consolidating or adding new revenue streams to adapt to the soft advertising market and slower-than-expected demand for digital photo processing and online storage.

Accenture

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Old reliable has done it again.

Fast Facts Section B: May 7, 2001

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Compaq Computer announced a five-year, $100 million deal to equip Starbucks coffee shops with wireless Internet access.

Jxta Expands Software Compatibility

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Early users of Sun Microsystems Inc.'s Project Jxta said the peer-to-peer building blocks will help them open their applications to a wider audience.

Relearning Labor Lessons

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The first of May is a common workers' holiday, according to labor scholars, because it was once the most common day for strikes and other labor protests. PeopleSoft management, take note.

Are Two IT Departments Better Than One?

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If you're fortunate, upper management has involved you in plans to acquire another company.

Sizing Up the Online Project From All Angles

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You're familiar, no doubt, with the ancient Indian parable of the six blind men and the elephant. Each examines the elephant by touching a different part, and each comes away with a different impression of the beast.

High Bandwidth, but Security, Too

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Anyone can tell you it's risky to put a bank branch with unlocked doors next to a freeway on-ramp.

Luster Is Gone, but Hope Isnt

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ASP pioneer FutureLink thinks it may take five years for market to mature.

Fast Facts Matrix: May 7, 2001

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Ariba, a provider of B2B e-commerce software and services, named Larry Mueller as its new CEO and said that he would be joining the board.

Changes at Exodus Under Scrutiny

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Data hosting pioneer Exodus Communications Inc. is at a crossroads and trying to go in two directions at once.

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