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The Microsoft Network

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By leveraging Microsoft's brand name, market influence from its leading Explorer Web browser and a massive pocketbook, not to mention copying other Internet service providers, The Microsoft Network has quickly built itself into a leading Net access compan

Earnings Season Opens With a Thud

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No news was good news for our Partner Index during most of May.

The Inside Story of ICGs Collapse

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Until its sudden and mysterious collapse into bankruptcy last fall, ICG Communications seemed to have it all.

Excite@Home

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To reach the finish line in today's internet service provider race, you need speed and staying power.

It Isnt the Net, Stupid—Its the Computers

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The internet mantra used to be "creating online businesses will disintermediate brick-and-mortars." Why pay for multiple middlemen, the thinking went.

Of Dying, Living and Wrong 800-Number

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Spencer was saddened to hear that Cliff Hillegass, the founder of the popular CliffsNotes study guides, passed away recently.

One on One

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Xuma's CTO has helped build a number of e-business sites. He's got some sage advice for anyone involved in similar endeavors.

Confessions of a Former Consultant

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A new report has it that it consultants are the first things to go during a downturn in the economy.

Hosting Services - 2

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High-profile deals mark booming sector

Look Before You Link to Other Web Sites

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The internet often reminds me of a giant kaleidoscope with its colorful maze linking users from one Web site to another.

Cumulus Rising

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Last time I checked, the sky was still holding up its end of the bargain - just look up and you'll see fluffy white clouds decorating a blanket of blue.

Fast Facts Matrix: June 4, 2001

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EMC, one of the largest vendors of data storage systems, last week said that it would lay off about 1,100 employees, or 4 percent of its work force.

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