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Riding the Dot-Com Fallout

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Net Perceptions names Peterson as its new CEO, makes its focus from the Web to offline retailers

The New Russian Revolution

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Software development firms see a niche in complex overseas projects

Qwest Cyber.Solutions

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Down economy or no, Qwest Cyber.Solutions approaches the market with guns blazing.

The Summer of Selling a Strategy

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Microsoft begins campaign to sell its Web services vision.

Ilog Gives Users Site Control

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Company's Java-based configuration tool gives customers more control over their Web experiences

AOL, Microsoft Work on Hurdles

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Move closer to deal bundling AOL client, XP

Lucent Faces Hurdles Going It Alone

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When Lucent Technologies walked out of merger talks with Alcatel last week, it took a giant leap for independence, but only one small step toward actually making it on its own.

Wish You Were Blue

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Bluetooth needs apps, but developers eye other technologies

Bulking Up Internet Docs

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Paper Fly Corp. has introduced Version 2.0 of its online document management service.

Services Battle to Heat Up

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The legal wranglings between Microsoft Corp. and Sun Microsystems Inc. may be over, but the competitive ones are not.

Iona to Cut Java Prices

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Iona Technologies will use the JavaOne annual conference for Java developers in San Francisco this week to launch its next-generation Java software at reduced prices.

Sprint PCS Strikes Enterprise Deals

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Wireless companies are trying to add more bang for the buck to corporate networks by extending applications to mobile workers.

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