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Philip Berber

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CEO turned philanthropist

Look Whos Talking: March 12, 2001

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How's the morale at your company? Our staff is holding up quite well during the current economic slowdown, but the same can't be said at many other businesses.

The Host With The Most Will Survive

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In the early days of the Web, hosting services sprang up to provide servers to Web entrepreneurs who couldn't afford to purchase and maintain their own.

Opticom Grades Service Performance

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

25 Unsung Heroes

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Interactive Week's top picks

Lessons Learned in Layoffs

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Enterprises must cope with human, legal issues.

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.

Roll the Dice

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Like the Nasdaq stock market, the dot-com landscape has been a wild and unpredictable ride during the past two years.

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

Gary Epps and Michael Laor

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Engineers, Cisco Systems

Mary Evslin

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Vice President, Marketing, ITXC

Geekspeak: March 12, 2001

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Latest beta of Opera hits a high note

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