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Corporate Paranoia

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Office workers in San Francisco have another reason to stay alert.

Operator No. 9: April 30, 2001

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Cox Business Services is not standing idly by, hoping consumers will decide to sign up for its broadband cable services.

Transora Plays Host

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Transora plans to roll out a hosted service to handle heavy-duty enterprise planning for its midsize members.

Taking Net Services Rural

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Lawmakers work to branch out long-distance and high-speed options but must meet FCC Approval.

Writers Seek Net Pay

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Internet issues remain at the center of the negotiations as motion picture and television writers prepare to go on strike this week.

Getting Past the Hurdles

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Managed service providers must calm territorial IT departments to win business.

Tackling Cancer Behind Scenes

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A worthwhile new distributed computing project backed by the University of Oxford, in England; the National Foundation for Cancer Research, in Maryland; Intel; and United Devices, along with other supporting organizations, was launched earlier this month.

Another Big 5 to Go Public

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Accenture plans $1B IPO.

Bandwidth Gets Real

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Commercial real estate gears up for broadband.

E-Recruiting Takes Next Step

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Tools help hirers spot the best IT people.

How to Slice and Dice a Résumé

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How are the more sophisticated e-recruiting tools and services helping employers select standout job candidates from a sea of electronic résumés?

Name Stake

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New.net challenges status quo

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