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Watching the Bottom Line

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I'm not a number cruncher. Yet, with each financial reporting season, I find myself spending hours pouring over earnings reports, reading between the numbers to get the right take on a firm's direction, dig out an interesting company tidbit, or, sometimes

PeopleStreets LiveCard in Beta

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Peoplestreet inc. has launched a beta of its LiveCard online service, a contact management tool that allows users to create and exchange self-updating electronic business cards.

Hal Krisbergh

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Founder, WorldGate

A Sign of the (Litigious) Times

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You can't own knowledge, but you can patent software. Tens of thousands of software patents are issued every year, and patents-unlike copyrights-can't be evaded by "clean room" programming.

Supply Chain Gets New Link

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Ariba's planned acquisition of Agile Software could bode well for solutions providers.

Alan Cooper

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Founder and Chairman of the Board Cooper Interaction Design

Sanjay Parthasarathy

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Vice President, Strategy and Business Development, Microsoft

Paid Programming

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Products slip into Net films

Agile Move?

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Reviews mixed on Ariba's buy

A Bumpy Ride Ahead; Get Back to Basics

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There is little doubt that the American economy is headed for sluggish growth or more likely a recession, and this means that IT managers need to focus on fundamentals.

Sun, Microsoft Agreement Deepens Rift

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The $20 million java settlement reached last week between Sun Microsystems Inc. and Microsoft Corp. could lead to even sharper battle lines in the companies' platform war.

Cisco Wireless LAN Products Gain Speed

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Cisco Systems Inc. last week introduced a set of wireless LAN products that boasts improved speed, better cross-platform support, and a more sophisticated security framework.

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