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Asera Picked to Power Steel Site

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Steel is hard. So is the growing competition among Web-based metals exchanges.

Shows No-Shows

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As the tech economy food chain gets further strained, many industry trade shows are scrambling to survive

NetIQ Keeps Its Edge

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AppManager Is Still Tops-For NT/2000 Systems.

Operator No. 9: May 14, 2001

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Pardon me while I wipe away a tear of sympathy for big tech company chieftains who can't get broadband service at home.

Speed of Flight

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Internet Protocol Looks for Its Wings.

Lessons From Luxury

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Struggling dot-coms can learn from sites selling to the rich.

Film Sites Spin Elaborate Webs

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The Blair Witch Project may not have been a masterpiece of cinematography, but its Web site's success at generating a tidal wave of excitement for the 1999 movie has become a Hollywood legend.

EBay: Den of Thieves?

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Crooks looking to unload stolen goods are increasingly turning to eBay to find buyers and reap some quick cash

Internet Wings Clipped

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Interest in the once-hot market for Internet access on airplanes is losing altitude.

Fast Facts Infrastructure: May 14, 2001

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Cisco Systems will sell more than 500 high-speed routers to China Telecom that will be used to build out the company's national Internet backbone.

Are Two IT Departments Better Than One?

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If you're fortunate, upper management has involved you in plans to acquire another company.

Relearning Labor Lessons

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The first of May is a common workers' holiday, according to labor scholars, because it was once the most common day for strikes and other labor protests. PeopleSoft management, take note.

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