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  • Ingram, Corel Rehash Terms
    Ingram Micro had considered charging Corel a per-unit fee if it didn't accept new distribution terms and conditions, an executive for the software vendor said last week.
  • WebGain Closure: The Aftermath
    The demise of WebGain came to a close last week, when TogetherSoft agreed to acquire the development tool vendor's remaining products and former parent BEA Systems teamed with Borland to offer an alternative integrated development environment (IDE) for WebLogic.
  • Georgia Tech-Buying Agency Cuts Out Solution Providers
    A Georgia lawmaker is investigating whether a state agency's decree to buy technology only through the Western States Contracting Alliance would wrongfully shut out solution providers and hike acquisition prices for taxpayers.
  • ShadowRAM: August 19, 2002
    LOOKS LIKE THERE'S NO LOVE LOST BETWEEN SUN, VERITAS IBM HASN'T LEARNED FROM PAST LAYOFF MISTAKES McNEALY SLINGS SOME MUD AT LINUXWORLD CONFERENCE
  • Dell Raises Outlook, Revenue Up 11 Percent
    Dell Computer's acquisition of systems integrator Plural, its partnership with EMC, demand for clustering and networking hardware were all key contributors to Dell's double digit growth in revenues last quarter and its bullish outlook on the remainder of the year, said company chairman and CEO Michael Dell on Thursday.
  • Dell Earnings Meet Expectations
    Dell Computer Corp. reversed a year-ago loss in the second quarter as the top computer maker continued to take market share in a flat market. Executives also issued an upbeat forecast for the third quarter.

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