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Hairy Go-Round

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Telcos deal with year of ups and downs

WorldCom

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The sagging economy has helped, not hurt, WorldCom's hosting services.

EarthLink

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From its inception, EarthLink has seen itself as David to America Online's Goliath.

Tackling a Host of Options

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When ASPs partner with other providers, customers need to nail down service responsibilities.

Strong Medicine

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Juno joins fight against disease

The Buzz: May 28, 2001

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PSA Peugeot Citroen, the sixth-largest carmaker in the world, has jumped onto the Covisint bandwagon. Sort of.

Tectonic Shifts on Capitol Hill

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Vermont Sen. James Jeffords' exit from the Republican Party will dramatically affect the debate on key Internet issues such as privacy, e-commerce taxation and telecom deregulation.

Orbitz Takes Off

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Industry consortium fills online travel sites' radar screens

James Ditmore

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James Ditmore joined online brokerage firm Ameritrade Holding in 1999 and has overseen the investment of $100 million to re-engineer the company's technology base.

Lucent Pursues French Connection

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Lucent Technologies last week landed a DSL deal with the only regional Bell that Alcatel had failed to win, and that could make the courtship of the two equipment behemoths just sweet enough to make a marriage.

Credit-Card Firms Bump Up Security

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No one knows definitively what effect wavering e-confidence has on e-commerce.

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