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Intel Stumbles in Great Chip Race

Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC) suffered a setback in its bid to produce ever-speedier microprocessors Monday when it announced it would halt production of its fastest version to date of the Pentium III chip ...

U.S. Net Users Want Privacy Guarantee

A strong majority of U.S. Internet users want a guarantee from Web sites that their private information will not be resold, and more than 90 percent favor punishment for executives responsible for privacy violations, according to a new study from the Pew Internet & American Life Project ...

Report: File Sharing Boosts Music Sales

Further fueling the bitter conflict between record labels and such file-swapping operations as Napster, Jupiter Communications, Inc. has released a report showing that people who use the file-sharing networks spend more money on music ...

ICANN OKs Additional Domain Names

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) on Sunday formally voted to expand the number of top level domains (TLDs) on the Internet and invite potential registrars to submit plans for additional Web suffixes that could be in operation by early next year ...

Boo.com Saga Ends with Asset Sale

Less than two weeks after financial woes forced Boo.com to shut down its operations, the online retailer announced Tuesday that it has sold its core technology assets to Internet services company Bright Station ...

Disney Pulls Plug on Toysmart.com

Toysmart.com, the online toy retailer whose backers included the Walt Disney Company, announced Tuesday that it has closed its virtual doors after a long weekend of speculation ...

Boo.com Burns Out

Online fashion retailer Boo.com, a splashy symbol of 1999's e-commerce explosion, announced Thursday that it will liquidate its assets after recent failed attempts to get more cash from its backers or find new investors or buyers ...

Dutch Firm Rescues Peapod from Brink

Holland-based Royal Ahold plucked beleaguered online grocer Peapod from the edge of bankruptcy Friday, pledging to buy 51 percent of the Skokie, Illinois-based firm. Peapod will remain a stand-alone company, while Ahold will supply goods and services, including the use of its network of warehouses and distribution centers ...

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