Stories From The Issue Of » December 17, 2001
Overwhelmed, underappreciated, overexpectant, underdone--2001 was a year of dramatic extremes. Here's an overview of some of the trends and strategies that flew high or flamed out.
What Works Online
Retailers are trying to figure out what will lure holiday shoppers to the Web
THE NEW WORKPLACE
- William Schaff Taking Stock: Sapient's Cost-Conscious Model Is Ready For IT Services Recovery
- John Foley Editor's Note: Overrated Vs. Underrated: A Matter Of Perspective
- Lou Bertin The Observer: Predicting The Past
- Fred Langa Langa Letter: Rethinking 'Software Bloat'
- John Soat IT Confidential
- Bob Evans Business Technology: Take The Security Initiative
BEHIND THE NUMBERS
- Yahoo Rattles HotJobs Deal With Higher Bid
- Nokia Expects 25% Spike In Mobile Phone Sales
- Oracle CFO: Market Hit Bottom Last Quarter
- Fathoming 9-11
- Fingerprints And Notebooks: Hand-In-Hand
- Relaxen Und Watchen Das Blinkenlights
- A Drive For Youth Appeal
- Pittman: Net Marches On
FOLLOW THE MONEY
- Tech IPOs Reappear
- Infiniband Keeps Lane 15 In Funding Fast Lane
- Nanotech Looms Large
- Storage Startups Stay Strong
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