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Operator No. 9: April 9, 2001

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In a somewhat spiteful gesture, the Recording Industry Association of America last week launched a new Web site: Nofreelunchster.com.

7. Rational Software

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The offices at Rational Software have many of the trappings of a New Economy company.

SAS Moves to Strengthen CRM Suite

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The company?s acquisition of Intrinsic benefits both; merges research and development teams

MarchFirst Woes Mounting

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Web boutiques struggle to regain ground; lose out to bigger integrators

Microsoft Exudes Optimism

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VP Brian Valentine says company looks to expand, improve partnerships

Coding Over the Waterfalls

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I recently challenged the continuing relevance of the "waterfall" model of software development in a column for our eWeek Labs e-mail newsletter

Developer Duo Pumping Up Analytics

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Analytics software developers Informatica Corp. and Broadbase Software Inc. are looking to make their customers more efficient through new applications that perform even richer business analysis

A Walk on the Wide Side

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In developing its handheld operating systems, Microsoft has consistently chosen to err on the side of complexity in deciding which applications to include in its Pocket PC devices

Plucky Plan

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El pollo loco hatches ASP strategy

The Buzz: April 2, 2001

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A week after saying he was giving up the CEO job at Novell, Eric Schmidt signed on as chairman of the board at the popular search site Google.com

Net Radio: Still a Pandoras Box?

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Internet broadcaster Radio Free Virgin plans to announce today that its users can now click on a record button to save copies of songs onto their computers.

Kicker Gets the Boot

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Computer Associates regional VP Henry Crouse kicked in his office door to commemorate the loss of a $680,000 software sale.

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