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Microsoft Not Wasting Retirees Skills

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While walking into Comdex in Chicago last week, El Gato got the strange feeling he might bump into waste management king Tony Soprano.

Planning for Dot-Com D-Day Can Ease Pain

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In the context of the ever-expanding dot-com down-fall, I recently heard someone say, "People don't plan to fail, they fail to plan."

Top 10 Companies to Work For

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Gimmicks are out, bottom line is in

Fast Facts Matrix: April 9, 2001

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U.S. companies will need about 900,000 new information technology workers in 2001, according to a survey issued last week by the Information Technology Association of America.

9. Jacada

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When Michael Potts wanted to kick off a campaign to reward the employee who made the biggest contribution to Jacada this year, he tooled into the assembly hall on a Harley-Davidson Hog, dressed from head to toe like a biker in leather gear.

1. Build-A-Bear

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In a little over three years, 51-year-old Maxine Clark has turned Build-A-Bear Workshop into one of the nation's largest retailers of teddy bears through mall stores, direct mail and the Internet - a part of the business that will double this year.

3. CoManage

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Starbucks coffee, in-office massages, fitness club memberships, employee movie nights, foosball, stock options, flexible work schedules, telecommuting privileges and company-subsidized high-speed home Internet access: These aren't perks to most high-tech

Brother, Can You Spare a Few Mill?

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Troubled consulting firms can hold out their hands, but it's become survival of the fittest.

8. ASAP Software

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Perks and salaries are easy to compare, but some companies offer employees an atmosphere that is tougher to quantify.

6. Telica

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Marlboro, Mass., has its own easy riders snowmobile club, but any members who work at Telica aren't likely to be revving up too much during the week.

4. Remedy

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Ever bowled over bottles of Irish beer with cabbages?

IBMs ASP Upgrade Lets ISVs Train Online

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IBM is looking to help ISVs build versions of their products for application service providers with an online version of its ASP Prime initiative.

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