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  • Sun: Software Is King
    Now that iPlanet is a division of Sun Microsystems, solution providers have a broader portfolio of products on which they can provide services, Sun executives told partners attending the vendor's iPlanet Partner Conference 2002 here Monday.
  • Microsoft Attorney Attempts To Discredit Economist
    A Microsoft attorney Monday fought to discredit the testimony of a University of California economist in the trial in which nine states are pressing for tougher sanctions against the software giant for anticompetitive behavior.
  • HP Says SEC, New York Prosecutors Looking Into Compaq Vote
    Hewlett-Packard acknowledged Monday that the Securities and Exchange Commission and federal prosecutors in New York are looking into its executives' contacts with big investors just before last month's vote on the purchase of Compaq Computer.
  • Sun Unveils iPlanet Product Road Map
    Sun Microsystems executives, at the iPlanet Partner Conference here Monday, unveiled a product road map for the iPlanet line, including a new version of the iPlanet Application Server that supports J2EE 1.3 and an integrated Web services development tool.
  • <i>CRN</i> Interview: Masood Jabbar, Sun Microsystems
    Masood Jabbar, executive vice president of global sales operations at Sun Microsystems, sheds light on the company's iForce partner conference and its Linux, StarOffice and SMB market initiatives in an interview with CRN Senior Editor Joseph F. Kovar and Washington Bureau Chief Amy Rogers.
  • <I>CRN</I> Interview: Gary Grimes, Sun Microsystems
    Gary Grimes, vice president of partner management and sales operations at Sun Microsystems, discussed the vendor's iForce partner summit and channel plans in an interview with CRN Senior Editor Joseph F. Kovar.
  • SEC, Justice Department Investigate HP Proxy Vote
    Hewlett-Packard said Monday that it is being investigated by both the Securities and Exchange Commission and the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York regarding proxy voting on its merger with Compaq Computer.
  • Intel In Major Price Rollback
    Intel has slashed prices on some of its upper-level Pentiums by as much as 25 percent in its first major pricing action since last year.

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