While other companies decentralize, Tiffany CIO Davidson keeps a tight rein on IT
Intel CEO Barrett recognizes his company's influence in an evolving world
Computer Shipments Fall Again
The Commerce Department says shipments of computers and related products dropped 1.3% in December after falling 2.4% in November.
Oracle Adds RFID Support To Its Software
Vendor integrates radio-frequency identification technology and electronic-product -code capabilities into Oracle Warehouse Management to improve visibility into the supply chain.
Thompson: Health Care Needs More IT
The Secretary of Health and Human Services told the World Healthcare Congress that technology can help reduce errors, resulting in fewer deaths and lower costs.
Report: Big Changes Coming For PCs
A report from market-research firm iSuppli says the changes, likely to start later this year, will result in more powerful PCs that take up less desktop space.
Nortel In Talks To Sell Off Factories
The already-downsized company is negotiating to sell nearly all of its factories to Flextronics, a Singapore electronics firm, in a $500 million deal that could shed 2,500 jobs.
EMC's Solid 4Q Finishes Winning Year
It posted a $220 million quarterly profit as sales rose 25% from the year-ago quarter, and full-year net income of $496 million on sales of $6.2 billion.
BellSouth Rings Up Bigger Profits
Fourth-quarter net income rose 37% to $787 million thanks to gains in Latin America, new Internet customers, and a successful multiservice package.