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SBC Speeds Web at Work

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It uses zero watts, it's the size of a pack of gum and it's the key piece of SBC Communications' strategy to bring broadband to 9,000 businesses by the end of next year - and to millions of homes in the future.

Fast Facts Matrix: May 14, 2001

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Aiming to save $1 billion in annual costs, 3Com last week said it would lay off about 3,000 people, roughly 30 percent of its work force.

Kevin Burton

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Kevin Burton has a warning for developers everywhere: Open source programming can suck you in

eFiles: May 14, 2001

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Air Liquide America Corp. has appointed an IT veteran as its vice president of IT for the United States and Canada.

Asera Picked to Power Steel Site

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Steel is hard. So is the growing competition among Web-based metals exchanges.

PC-Driven

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Ford expands employee PC offer

Wall Street Wins Bidding War

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In the midst of the down-turn for Internet consulting companies, a bidding war has broken out for Proxicom, one of the better-positioned players.

Broadband Still Blooming

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The regional Bells, which once accused upstart competitors of "cherry picking" the best customers, can now recapture the premium business while dictating prices for DSL service, which delivers high-speed services over traditional copper phone

Dot-Contact

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Ants.com pushes auto-updating address book

eFiles: May 7, 2001

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Despite the recent economic slowdown, the U.S. online travel booking industry will continue to draw more and more customers, according to a report from Jupiter Media Metrix Inc., based in New York.

Clintons Net Legacy

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Techies give former prez an 'A'

Telco Connection

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Web hosters export know-how

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