Stories From The Issue Of » December 03, 2001
InformationWeek's 2001 Chiefs Of The Year
Openness Spurs Marsh's Recovery
People didnt want to go home. They wanted to stay with their teammates and help.
Wendy Faulkner leaves behind a legacy of teamwork.
Port Authority CTO Rallies His Team
I like an environment where people discuss alternatives and pick the best one.
Veteran IT Staff Keeps Law Firm In Practice
We were able to do what we did because we had a seasoned staff that could handle whatever was thrown at them.
Foresight Pays For Board Of Trade
Ive got to keep my staff moving ahead and looking forward to new goals, rather than dwelling on the past.
CTO Hustles To Put Amex Back In Business
It was tough for all of us. Looking back, I think we did fabulously well. Everything hummed.
Continental Stays The Course Under CIO's Control
Id love to say [finding the right IT tools] was extremely difficult, but it wasnt.
IT Ensures FedEx's Lifesaving Deliveries
We had the information that could make life-and-death supplies flow to where they were needed.
- Cingular's Network Upgrade Could Cost $4 Billion
- Java Programming Game Is Latest Craze
- States, Municipalities Desperate For IT Workers
- Bowstreet CEO Resigns
- Amazon Selling Gift Certificates For Active U.S. Troops
THE NEW WORKPLACE
- John Soat IT Confidential
- William Schaff Taking Stock: Security Company VeriSign Must Resolve Revenue Problems
- Rusty Weston Matter Of Fact: Here Comes the Come On!
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: Saluting Chiefs Who Share Compassion And Strength
- Bob Evans Business Technology: HP + Compaq = ?
BEHIND THE NUMBERS
- Stock Networks Merge In Hopes Of Challenging Nasdaq
- Discount Online Broker Buys Service Firm
- ScanSoft Cleans Up At Lernout & Hauspie Fire Sale
- Fed Report Could Signal More Rate Cuts Ahead
- Virtual Visits For Sailors
- HP Labs Gets Its Due
- Mystery Identities
- A Dam Fast Sale
- Let's Make A Deal
FOLLOW THE MONEY
- New Green Peeled Off For Tangerine
- Intelligence Agency Bets On Knowledge Management
- Making The Most Of Data
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