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Content Syndicators New Aim: Bucks

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Companies that aggregate third-party news and information for Web publishers are now aiming their software and content products at large enterprises with corporate Web portals and intranets.

P2P Networking Steps Into Spotlight

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Against the backdrop of last week's court verdict that virtually dooms music-swapping service Napster Inc., dozens of companies gathered at the O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer Conference here to demonstrate P2P applications that they said have viable business model

Fast Facts Matrix: February 12, 2001

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>Time and BlackPlanet.com last week announced a partnership under which Time will provide content to the African-America portal throughout February, which is Black History Month.

Startups Focus on Dynamic Content

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FineGround, NetGratus tools work with existing caching technology to speed delivery of Web pages

Small-Business Portals Think Big

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Despite a huge market, a service provider shakeout is likely

Nortel Moves Into Personalization

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Nortel Networks Corp. last week made a push into the online content and personalization business, targeting service providers with five products based on technology stemming from its acquisitions of Alteon WebSystems Inc. and Shasta Networks Inc.

Product Culls Web Content

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New software from active Navigation Inc. promises to help businesses analyze Web content to identify the most important concepts, index the content and create links without HTML coding.

App Speeds Portal Work

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Onepage inc., a provider of applications for aggregating Web content and data, has announced a content building application for enterprise portal software.

Syndicate Or Die

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E-businesses see new revenue from selling content

Market Outlook

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Entertainment companies are retrenching when it comes to the Internet and digital content, but everyone is trying to figure out what they need to do to thrive in this brave, new world.

I Want My iTV

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Savvy solutions providers are tuning in to interactive television.

Outsourcing Desktop Support

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Everdream and its main competitor, Centerbeam, have nailed the small-business trend we recently highlighted.

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