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Microsoft Seeks Win2k Boost in Andersen Deal

Microsoft Corp. and Andersen Consulting announced an estimated $1 billion (US$) joint venture today to provide midsize to large-scale customers with e-commerce applications built on the Microsoft enterprise platform and Windows 2000 operating system ...

Antitrust Judge Likens Microsoft to Standard Oil

District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson dealt Microsoft Corp. a significant blow in its ongoing antitrust trial yesterday by comparing the software company to John D. Rockefeller's 19th century Standard Oil monopoly that was broken up by the U.S. government some 90 years ago ...

Online Banking Fraud Raises More Security Concerns

X.com, a Palo Alto, California-based online bank, recently allowed customers who were setting up new accounts to specify the account number from which funds were being transferred. Unfortunately, X.com did not verify whether the person who was setting up the account had the right to transfer those funds ...

E-Stamp and Ticketmaster Wage Online Ticketing War

E-Stamp and Ticketmaster.com became instant rivals today as both companies introduced new systems to allow consumers to purchase tickets online and print them at home on their PCs ...

European E-Commerce Still Lags Behind U.S.

Despite recent gains, European e-commerce still lags behind online sales in the United States, according to a new study from International Data Corporation (IDC) ...

Mall.com Races To Open Doors

Austin, Texas-based Mall.com, Inc. has announced that its multi-retailer Web site will launch this Sunday to coincide with the televised Mall.com 500 Indy Racing League Championship on ABC ...

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