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
I was with a group of consumer and tech journalists having dinner last week at The Globe restaurant in San Francisco. The Globe is at ground zero of the dot-com meltdown, and as the wine flowed, talk turned to those execs we felt did the best and the wors
The part of your brain that craves pleasure is easily bored. When people get alternating teaspoons of Kool-Aid and water, their brains go into ho-hum mode; when the Kool-Aid comes in an unpredictable pattern, the nucleus accumbens (which seems to drive ad
The carnage of dot-coms across the Internet landscape, combined with the gloomy economic forecast, has many corporate executives scrambling to quantify what the true payoff is for e-commerce initiatives.