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Attention, Backbone Shoppers

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The shelves are stacked with Internet backbone providers. Here's how to grab a few winners.

The Buzz: April 16, 2001

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Last Friday, NBA fans were set to get the chance to do what no other sports fans have ever done: watch a live broadcast of a professional game on their computers

eFiles: April 16, 2001

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If forced to choose, DSL diehards would opt for their slick Internet connections over their coffee (63 percent), newspaper (78 percent), radio (74 percent) and cable TV (59 percent), according to a recent survey conducted by digital subscriber line provid

Domain Wranglers

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Reining in the Net's country code operators.

No Bots Allowed!

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One look at Napster, and it's easy to see how new Internet technologies can stir up major conflict.

KPMG Consulting: Still Betting on E-Biz

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The economic gloom is not deterring this consulting firm.

Getting Help Desk to Fly High

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Boeing gets users to manage own passwords

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.

6. Telica

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Marlboro, Mass., has its own easy riders snowmobile club, but any members who work at Telica aren't likely to be revving up too much during the week.

Top 10 Companies to Work For

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Gimmicks are out, bottom line is in

8. ASAP Software

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Perks and salaries are easy to compare, but some companies offer employees an atmosphere that is tougher to quantify.

1. Build-A-Bear

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In a little over three years, 51-year-old Maxine Clark has turned Build-A-Bear Workshop into one of the nation's largest retailers of teddy bears through mall stores, direct mail and the Internet - a part of the business that will double this year.

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