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Circuit City Wants To Install Your Home Theater

5/16/2006
Circuit City's plan to beef up its home theater installation capabilities drew a mixed response from home integrators with some saying the retailer's brand will add weight to the burgeoning market and others cautious about a powerful potential competitor.

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IBM's 1Q Server Sales Take A Hit

4/18/2006
Total revenue for IBM's Systems and Technology Group rose 3% year-over-year to $4.4 billion for the first quarter ended March 31. However, zSeries server sales dropped 6%, iSeries fell 22%, and pSeries decreased 9%.

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IBM Cuts xSeries Prices

3/9/2006
IBM is adding more systems, including AMD-based servers, to its Express portfolio, while also cutting prices in the Americas by up to 6% on some servers to be more competitive against Dell and other rivals.

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IBM's iSeries Gets A Makeover

2/3/2006
As part of the System i5 refresh, IBM is adding an accelerator for its low-end models that will allow customers to run Web-enabled and groupware solutions on the same system as their core business applications.

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HP Profits Jump 9%

5/17/2005
Hewlett-Packard reports positive second-quarter financials, but new CEO Mark Hurd says there's much more to do--and he hints at more layoffs.

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New HP CEO Won't Rule Out Spin-Offs

3/30/2005
Some analysts and shareholders have advocated spinning off HP's printing or PC businesses to raise shareholder value. While CEO Mark Hurd didn't dismiss that possibility, he made it clear it's not his first priority.

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HP Hits Enterprise Account Switch

1/7/2005
Hewlett-Packard said it has identified approximately 250 direct enterprise accounts it plans to turn over to the channel and will begin assigning solution providers to those accounts as early as this week.

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Borman Tapped To Fill Vacated IBM Software Post

1/4/2005
Former IBM iSeries general manger and worldwide global channel chief Mike Borman was tapped Tuesday to fill the post of the Software Group's vice president of worldwide sales left vacant by John Swainson's departure to head Computer Associates.

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