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Tip on a Dead ASP

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The failure of many ASPs has created opportunities for their competitors, much like the death of elderly tenants in rent-stabilized New York City buildings once created opportunities for apartment seekers.

Lucky Few Still Get Bucks

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The wacky days of unlimited dot-com financing are over, but some Internet retailers and start-ups are - surprise - still attracting investors.

Disneys Go.com Site Goes No More

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January was not kind to online news sites and portals, beginning and ending with layoffs and closures.

Mario Monti

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Competition Minister, European Commission

Silicon Alleys Vanishing Act

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The rise and fall of New York's Net industry

Will SLAs Become SOPs? (standard operating procedures)

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Service-level agreements (SLA) are becoming a popular tool for ASPs to manage relationships with customers and partners, and to market their services.

Tacit Updates Expertise Tool

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Knowledge Management

Fast Facts Section B: February 5, 2001

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Online car seller CarOrder is taking a radical step to revive its flagging fortunes.

Fast Facts Infrastructure: February 5, 2001

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Williams Communications, hoping to focus its attention on its 33,000-mile fiber-optic network, will sell its enterprise services business unit, Williams Communications Solutions, to Platinum Equity Holdings.

Managing Project Explosions

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EPM helps spinoff tame whirlwind of new work

The Other Side of Everywhere

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Once upon a time, you or I could be shocked with the encroachment of advertisements into more and more nooks and crannies of our lives.

Macromedia Can Play with the Big Kids

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A merger that took place recently will have a big impact on a large number of people who build, design and maintain Web sites-the acquisition of Allaire by Macromedia.

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