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25 Unsung Heroes

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Interactive Week's top picks

Opticom Grades Service Performance

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Opticom Inc. hopes to take on larger players in the service-level management arena

The High Heels are Coming Off

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Last week, Intel and Yahoo-two firms that actually make money-announced that they would miss first-quarter revenue projections by a long shot, and Yahoo's CEO resigned.

Lessons Learned in Layoffs

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Enterprises must cope with human, legal issues.

Philip Berber

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CEO turned philanthropist

Answerthink Inc.: Old Questions, New Tactics

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After early profits and a recent fall, consulting firm digs in to compete.

eFiles: March 12, 2001

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Web surfers already tired of ads appearing everywhere online had better brace for an even bigger marketing tsunami

Telcos Lobby for Expanded Broadband Role

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As businesses continue to clamor for better broadband access in rural areas, the government has been left in the odd position

Geekspeak: March 12, 2001

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Latest beta of Opera hits a high note

Mary Evslin

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Vice President, Marketing, ITXC

Fast Facts Section B: March 12, 2001

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Johnson & Johnson took advantage of a fire sale at struggling Internet retailer eToys to acquire parenting-resource Web site BabyCenter for about $10 million.

Sean Donelan

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Design engineer, Equinix

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