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Who Wants to Be an Ex-Billionaire?

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Who wants to be an ex-billionaire? Well, no one. But that didn't stop PSINet's former CEO William Schrader from taking the plunge.

Expert Systems Do Nothing More Than Put Experts at Risk.

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I recently read "White-collar sweat-shop: The Deterioriation of Work and Its Rewards in Corporate America" (Norton & Co., 2001). Author Jill Andresky Fraser, finance editor for Inc. magazine, spent the past four years compiling statistical and

Stealth Mode Works for Middleware

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The next big change in Internet-based computing will be one that most users won't see.

Fast Breaks Newsfront: May 21, 2001

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Ciena has named Gary Smith its new CEO. Smith, 40, was previously the telecom company's president and chief operating officer.

An Industry Stuck in Reverse

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And that's a good thing, logistically speaking.

Testing the New IT Job Pool

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More résumés, but how qualified?

A Depressed It Job Market? Hardly

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Corporate layoffs are always big news; job creation and hiring streaks, however, rarely make headlines.

The Education of a CEO

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Chris Formant sheds his three-piece suit to rescue a distressed e-consultancy. Is he up to the task?

Five Things You Need to Know

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Aside from intimate knowledge of your client's business, be prepared to offer a detailed analysis on cost savings for technology-and to have your work audited when the project is finished.

NetIQ Keeps Its Edge

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AppManager Is Still Tops-For NT/2000 Systems.

Speed of Flight

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Internet Protocol Looks for Its Wings.

Fast Facts Infrastructure: May 14, 2001

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Cisco Systems will sell more than 500 high-speed routers to China Telecom that will be used to build out the company's national Internet backbone.

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