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K-station Places Information in Easy Reach

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Lotus Development Corp.'s K-station, which is the first component of the company's knowledge management project (code-named Raven) to take flight, gives IT managers an easy way to create intranet portals so employees can organize company information.

The Buzz: January 22, 2001

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General motors has taken another step in bringing the Internet into the automobile.

Tech Workers: Union Challenge

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Organizers try to get in step with New Economy.

Theyre Baack!

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As the web hotshots fade away, the big five re-emerge. But some major challenges still haunt their businesses.

Spin Doctors, Beware the Net

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Perhaps the most important "coping" book in 2001 will be the extraordinarily erudite and well-researched book, Trust Us, We're Experts, by investigative reporters Sheldon Rampton and John Stauber.

Dont Take Your Eye Off the Basics

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I've been covering this industry for a lot of years. Hell, I even remember the '80s.

The Really Important Question

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I would have to ask the questioner. I haven't had a chance to ask the questioners the question they've been questioning."-George W. Bush, Jan. 8, 2001.

Getting Any Foot in the Door

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Struggling for customers, some ASPs are now courting solutions providers.

eBay To Buy South Korea Auction Site

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Online auctioneer eBay Inc. last week announced that it will acquire a majority stake in South Korea's largest auction Web site for about $120 million in cash.

Ready Or Not, Here "IT" Comes

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New invention set to rattle the world, surpassing even the Internet ... or so they say.

Big Power in a Small Package

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As west coast utilities struggle to keep up with fast-growing demand for electricity, a Milpitas, Calif., start-up claims that a transceiver chip technology breakthrough may cut the power needed to run high-speed network equipment by two-thirds.

WhISPers: January 15, 2001

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The Ear hears that longtime hosting chief Mitch Ferro has left WorldCom to pursue other goals, following his predecessor Paul Hoffman out the door.

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