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Psst, Heres a Tip

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Arrogance doesn't pay; lead referrals emerge as a new form of currency.

All the Right Moves

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To understand how Diamond has been able to outdistance much of its competition and emerge as a first-rung strategic consultancy, you need to look at some of the company's early moves and how they have paid off.

Filling Coffers

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The market for initial public offerings may be stagnant, but the market for secondary stock and debt offerings sure is heating up.

Developers Are Wary of Web Services

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As companies ranging from Sun Microsystems Inc. to Oracle Corp. jockey to lay claim as leader of the Web services arena, developers say significant obstacles must be cleared before the use of such services is widespread.

E-Newsletters Breed Like Rabbits

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There's little doubt that e-mail newsletters procreate.

War on Drugs Targets Tech

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The new scapegoat for the failed War on Drugs is, of all things, technology.

Dan Akerson

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Chairman and CEO XO Communications

Ivan Seidenberg

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CEO, Verizon Communications

Technology Boosts Web Site for Blind

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Approximately 10 million Americans can't send e-mail, browse the Web or shop online because of blindness.

Not in My Courtroom!

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Drop your weapons ... and your cell phones!

Putting Cell Phones on Hold

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Handset manufacturers, seeing slowing sales, are cutting back on the rollout of new products

Sticky Fingers

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If there was any doubt that biometrics have entered the mainstream, it was laid to rest by three Pennsylvania school districts that recently announced an experimental program that replaces lunch money with fingerprint scanners.

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