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Trouble in Porn Land

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E-commerce times are tough, and the $1 billion online adult site industry is no exception.

The Show Must Go On

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One year ago, Webconferencing upstart Mshow.com was reveling in top-line growth and earning the sort of attention Hollywood media machines enjoy.

Fast Facts Infrastructure: April 23, 2001

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The Federal Communications Commission, in a 3-to-1 vote last Monday, gave Verizon Communications the go-ahead to begin offering long-distance service in Massachusetts.

New Level of Cool

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Now you can keep your kids on ice while you're in China.

Divine Deal Has Devilish Strings

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Latest asset acquired from MarchFirst has a few unexpected liabilities.

Making Systems Come to Us

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When I begin a document with Microsoft Word 2000, menus like Edit and Format are mercifully short. Commands that I rarely use don't appear unless I summon them-or briefly wait for the full-length list.

Look Whos Talking: April 23, 2001

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It may be counterintuitive, but a weak economy is the perfect time to recruit strong talent from battered rivals.

Business Process Tools Take the Next Step

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New BPM tools from a trio of vendors promise to end some of the hassle of integrating the myriad applications inside and between organizations.

A Marriage Made in Heaven?

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Companies unite services providers with clients.

Grapevine Vibrates With Merger Buzz

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Spencer felt like Columbo piecing together a mystery as he chatted with a former MarchFirst employee recently.

CRM Projects: Why the Doom and Gloom?

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A number of leading it analysts (gartner, meta group and others) continue to claim that greater than 50 percent of all CRM projects fail to meet user expectations.

It Certainly Hits Harder When Layoffs Get Personal

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It always feels different when things hit close to home.

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