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E-BUSINESS SPECIAL REPORT

Stocks That Rocked in 2002

With the stock market wobbling unsteadily toward the 2002 finish line, producing gains that are modest at best and nonexistent at worst, good investments are few and far between. Even so, a few savvy investors have found some high performers amid the carnage ...

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A Bigger, Better HP

With the merger of Hewlett-Packard and Compaq a done deal and its strong reputation intact, the new HP seems well positioned to remain a leading force in the global IT arena ...

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Should Small Business Go Mac?

Apple has made it a priority to lure small businesses to the Mac OS platform, reasoning that those businesses will be willing to abandon Windows in favor of a network that is easier to maintain without tremendous IT resources ...

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The Bright Side of Critical Path

"Where there's a will, there's a way" could be the tagline of messaging provider Critical Path, which in just two years dumped its management team, shed its considerable debt, extracted itself from extraneous business pursuits, rid itself of shareholder lawsuits, brokered a lucrative financing deal and began to forge partnerships with successful and reputable companies, such as Hewlett-Packard...

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How a Small Site Can Get Noticed

It may be an overused phrase, but it is still a fact that the squeaky wheel gets the grease, and this rule certainly has held true in e-commerce. Large companies like Amazon and Dell have been vocal in announcing their online presence and have built loyal customer bases as a result. But there is still abundant opportunity for less-established e-commerce sites to trumpet their existence to the world -- or at least the part of the world they are targeting -- without spending millions of dollars on large-scale ad campaigns...

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The Cisco Effect

Once upon a time, the performance of bellwethers like Cisco told the economic fortunes of the technology sector as a whole. But Cisco's dismal financial showings over the last two years have left some industry observers wondering whether the company still wields much influence ...

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How Much Is Your Company Worth?

During these tumultuous economic times, even valuable companies show such weak revenues that the whole concept of valuing a company based on multiples of earnings may be fundamentally flawed. But it is still possible for a potential buyer or seller to place a price tag on a tech-sector company. It just takes a little work and a shrewd eye ...

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Where The E-Commerce Jobs Are

Just three years ago, those interested in an e-commerce career simply had to stand around and jobs would drop into their hands like fruit falling from an overburdened apple tree. But the economy's long decline has forced many companies out of business, and many of the remaining players have slashed their staffs to the bone, making e-commerce jobs far harder to come by. Even so, there are jobs out there, though many are well hidden and take longer to land...

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Time To Buy Tech-Heavy Funds?

With the economy still on the skids and technology stocks taking the biggest hit, one might think the time is right for investors to take advantage of bargain-basement prices and sink their dollars into tech-heavy funds, including index funds and managed funds ...

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The AOL Albatross

As it sputters and stutters through a thorny merger with Time Warner, financial woes, management upheaval and corporate scandal, America Online seems like an aimless teenager, awkwardly casting about for a purpose that will take it in apositive -- and profitable -- direction ...

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The Future Microchip Marketplace

The much-talked-about 64-bit microprocessors coming down the pike from Intel (Nasdaq: INTC) and Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE: AMD) may one day help PC servers rival the power of Unix boxes and may transform the PC desktop. But experts do not expect users to adopt these new processors right away. And an important question looms: Do businesses really want to make the switch to 64-bit computing? In the short term, the answer is probably no...

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Will There Ever Be Another Amazon?

Many online retailers have spent considerable time and money trying to duplicatethe success of Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN), and some say the market is ripe for a new e-commerce giant to rise from the wreckage of the dot-com economy and take the market by storm ...

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The Economics of Apple

Before Steve Jobs retook the reins at Apple Computer (Nasdaq: AAPL) in 1997, many in the industry had begun to sound the death knell for the innovative but beleaguered company ...

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Finding the Security Budget Sweet Spot

Allocating precious budget dollars is always a challenge in a down economy, and with security threats seeming to loom at every turn, chief information officers are struggling mightily to gauge risks and decide how to counter them ...

Intel Lowers Q3 Revenue Range But Stays Course

Intel has adjusted its guidance for the third quarter, saying that revenue will fall within the US$6.3 billion to $6.9 billion range it previously provided. However, the company narrowed that range, aiming toward the lower end. ...

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PeopleSoft Support: Vantive Tech Built In

As the contact center grows increasingly important to the enterprise, PeopleSoft is aggressively entering the field with PeopleSoft Support, a full-bodied application -- based on acquired technology -- that can be rolled into PeopleSoft 8 ...

Consumer Groups Demand U.S. Spam Ban

A coalition of consumer groups has petitioned the Federal Trade Commission to step up its efforts to ban spam. The Telecommunications Research and Action Center (TRAC), the National Consumers League and Consumer Action told the commission that the sending of unsolicited commercial e-mail should be classified as an unfair and deceptive trade practice...

Judge Nixes Napster Sale

A bankruptcy judge has nixed the sale of Napster to Bertelsmann AG, virtually ensuring that the online music service will not reopen its doors anytime soon ...

What Makes A Great E-Business CEO?

As scandals at Enron, WorldCom and other U.S. corporations have shown, corporate America is desperately in need of new -- and honest -- leadership ...

Sun Forecasts Dimmer Future Immediately Ahead

Noting that corporate clients appear to be more tight-fisted with their IT dollars, Sun Microsystems lowered its revenue forecast for its fiscal 2003 first quarter, which ends in September ...

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