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RocketBridge Offers Net Credit Check

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Trans Union, one of the largest credit information providers in the U.S., this week is expected to launch RocketBridge, a subsidiary that will provide Internet businesses a way to verify people's identity online through Trans Union's database.

ICANN Critics Await Commerce Move

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The department of commerce will soon have two important issues before it that could have major impact on the future function of the Internet's domain name system, but there are concerns that the agency's new management may not be paying sufficient attenti

ASP Shakeout Could Benefit Buyers

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As numerous hosting enterprises encounter hard times, stalwart providers pick up the slack.

Businesses Cut Off As Carriers Struggle

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The days of cheap connections and multiple choices are disappearing for thousands of businesses as competitive local carriers fall like high-speed dominoes, dragging the New Economy with them.

Fast Facts Infrastructure: April 9, 2001

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Metricom has enough cash and cash equivalents to survive through August, but in Securities and Exchange Commission filings, the company's own auditors say they doubt the provider of wireless broadband Internet service is viable.

BLECs: Generation Next

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Small carriers cash in

Fishing for a Deal

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Internet data centers are the focus of a burgeoning alliance ecosystem.

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.

Top 10 Companies to Work For

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Gimmicks are out, bottom line is in

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.

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.

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