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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."

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.

The Facts Are Fiction

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Memo from PR to journalists: "You can't handle the truth."

Sharepoints a Hit

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Microsoft's knowledge manager adept at pulling in data.

Hosting Vendors Tap Smaller Allies

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Hosting vendors aren't just counting on the big guys as they round up partners.

Got Milk ... or Cream?

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The latest commodity market to rally its biggest competitors into a consolidated online exchange is the dairy business.

Acquisitions Squeeze DSL

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Prospects dim for greater choice, lower subscription cost.

Ad Finitum?

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AdCritic.com's founder tries to create a sustainable business

Cable, Bells Vie for Last Mile

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In most neighborhoods, no one comes closer to delivering fiber to the home than cable companies, although the regional Bells are mounting some competition.

Ready to Rumble

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eBay plans storefronts to challenge Amazon.com, Yahoo!

Changing Channels

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Interactive TV may outshine the Net for e-commerce stardom

Justin Jaschke

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Verio CEO bridges the cultural gap with new owners

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