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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.

Accenture

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Old reliable has done it again.

eFiles: May 7, 2001

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Despite the recent economic slowdown, the U.S. online travel booking industry will continue to draw more and more customers, according to a report from Jupiter Media Metrix Inc., based in New York.

Tripping on Light Fantastic

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The part of your brain that craves pleasure is easily bored. When people get alternating teaspoons of Kool-Aid and water, their brains go into ho-hum mode; when the Kool-Aid comes in an unpredictable pattern, the nucleus accumbens (which seems to drive ad

Broadband Literacy Goes Global

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In the poverty-ridden province of Ningxia, the personal computing revolution - forget the Internet - has yet to arrive.

ASPects: April 30, 2001

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The PeopleSoft 8 application package is an ASP winner, AMR Research says, and the software vendor is managing its ASP partners well.

Amid IT Gloom, a Ray of Sun

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Management software a bright light in enterprise.

English in the Drivers Seat

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More than a year after its creation, Covisint finally has a CEO.

Operator No. 9: April 30, 2001

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Cox Business Services is not standing idly by, hoping consumers will decide to sign up for its broadband cable services.

Transora Plays Host

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Transora plans to roll out a hosted service to handle heavy-duty enterprise planning for its midsize members.

Taking Net Services Rural

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Lawmakers work to branch out long-distance and high-speed options but must meet FCC Approval.

Writers Seek Net Pay

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Internet issues remain at the center of the negotiations as motion picture and television writers prepare to go on strike this week.

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