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25 Unsung Heroes

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Interactive Week's top picks

Philip Berber

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CEO turned philanthropist

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.

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.

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.

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.

Sen. Conrad Burns

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Internet leader in Congress

Cliff Sharples

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CEO, Garden.com

Donna M. Iucolano

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Executive Vice President, Internet Group, Scholastic

Determining a Physical Presence

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For any e-business, an important part of getting a handle on when and where to collect and remit sales taxes

Answerthink Inc.: Old Questions, New Tactics

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

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.

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