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  • StarOffice 6 Debuts At Last
    Sun Microsystems will, as expected, charge a small fee for its StarOffice 6 application suite when it finally becomes broadly available next week, the company said.
  • SEC Formally Investigating CA
    The Securities and Exchange Commission is formally investigating Computer Associates International and has issued subpoenas to third parties, CA said in a regulatory filing Wednesday.
  • WorldCom Launches Ethernet Services
    WorldCom Wednesday rolled out a suite of Ethernet services, giving businesses access to corporate networks as well as Internet- and network-based applications.
  • Wireless From the Ground Up
    With so much talk about wireless, you'd think the market would be zooming. But it's not. Take Proxim, for example, which merged in late March with Western Multiplex. Sales for Proxim's first quarter ended March 29 totaled $25.4 million,$12.2 million less than the year before.
  • BEA Revenue Decreases, Outlook Lowered
    Feeling the heat from an ultra-competitive atmosphere and a soft economy, BEA Systems saw its revenue and profits fall in the first quarter this year and lowered its outlook for 2002.
  • HP Cuts Boost Profits But Sales Lag
    Tight control over costs helped HP produce better than expected earnings in its final quarter as a stand-alone entity, but slow sales continue to plague the company, even as it begins life anew with the newly acquired Compaq business.
  • BEA 1Q Earnings Beat Estimates
    BEA Systems beat analyst estimates by a penny for its first quarter of fiscal 2003, reporting its 18th consecutive profitable quarter, executives said in a conference call Tuesday.

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