News & Commentary
Content posted in July 2002
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Purchasing Managers See Some Light
News  |  7/3/2002  | 
Two new studies indicate that the manufacturing industry is rebounding.
Taking Stock: WorldCom Misled Even The Most Careful Investors
Commentary  |  7/3/2002  | 
Expansion plans--not just earnings--were overstated.
Days Before Launch, Intel Defends Right To Use Itanium 2 Technology
News  |  7/3/2002  | 
Intergraph claims Intel's Explicitly Parallel Instruction Computing violates its patent for parallel computing.
BEA's New Portal Software
News  |  7/3/2002  | 
RIM Posts 1Q Loss
News  |  7/2/2002  | 
Co-CEO Jim Balsille says demand for BlackBerry devices remains strong despite the $10.8 million first-quarter loss.
I2 To Post 2Q Loss, 2 Execs Quit
News  |  7/2/2002  | 
The company, which says it will post losses of $85 million to $88 million on revenue of $117 million to $120 million for the second quarter, continues to shuffle the ranks of key execs.
Low-End Microelectronics Unit Chucked By IBM
News  |  7/2/2002  | 
The company plans to sell its Mylex unit to LSI Logic Corp.
Key Provision Of E-Government Act Still Faces Opposition
News  |  7/2/2002  | 
The Bush administration supports the bill, which won Senate approval, but still objects to a Senate-confirmed administrator within the OMB.
Telecom Leads Layoff List
News  |  7/2/2002  | 
The telecom industry has had the largest number of reductions of any industry in the last nine out of 12 months.
Chalk One Up For Free Wireless
News  |  7/2/2002  | 
Warchalking uses chalk graffiti to identify open wireless Internet access points--and highlight security issues.
Mobile Architecture: One Size Fits So Few
Commentary  |  7/2/2002  | 
Fat client, thin client, fat client--the debate over mobile-app architectures looks more like the revolving door of a weight-control salon. Real progress will only happen when designers realize that every client is beautiful in its own way, Giga's Carl Zetie says.
CMGI's Back On Top In ... July
News  |  7/1/2002  | 
The Internet holding company is buying the worldwide assets of Software Logistics, a bankrupt supply-chain management software maker doing business as iLogistix, for $41 million and the assumption of liabilities.
Vote Of Confidence For Savvis Communications
News  |  7/1/2002  | 
The managed data network operator wins $20 million in funding from Constellation Ventures.
Business Objects Broadens Analytical Apps
News  |  7/1/2002  | 
Predictive analysis and statistical process control will be added to its Application Foundation software.
Searching For Simplicity
News  |  7/1/2002  | 
The newest toolkit from corporate search vendor Verity Inc. includes features that automate complex indexing and taxonomy creation, simplifying the process of creating an accurate business search engine.
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