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  • IBM Q2 Profits Soar

    IBM reported Wednesday that its second-quarter earnings rose significantly and matched Wall Street's expectations, driven largely by strong growth in the technology services division.

  • CA, Sony Team Up On Storage

    Computer Associates International Tuesday at CA World in Las Vegas announced a joint development, sales and marketing alliance with Sony that will combine CA's storage management software with Sony's storage devices.

  • Network Associates' Profit Tumbles

    Network Associates Wednesday reported net income of $1.1 million, or 1 cent a share, for its second quarter. That's down significantly from the $21.2 million, or 14 cents a share, the company earned in the same period last year.

  • EMC Earns Narrow Profit, Beats Estimates

    Data storage company EMC posted a much larger profit for the second quarter, beating Wall Street expectations after barely breaking even a year ago.

  • Mercury Interactive Sees Sales Soar

    Mercury Interactive Wednesday reported a 26 percent rise in sales for its second quarter ended June 30 as it rides a wave of demand for its application-testing and management software. But earnings were down year-over-year because of staffing increases, more spending for marketing and one-time charges relating to the company's recent acquisitions.

  • As Profit Soars, Intel Celebrates 35 Years

    Intel focused squarely on the future while reminiscing about the past during a ceremony Tuesday celebrating the 35th anniversary of the company founded by Gordon Moore and the late Bob Noyce. The company marked the milestone by burying a time capsule containing cutting-edge Intel products of today, company paraphernalia such as the Intel Acronym Dictionary and the 2003 new employee handbook, and items from various Intel facilities.

  • CA Unleashes New Storage Products, Initiatives

    Computer Associates International used its CA World exhibition, held this week in Las Vegas, to introduce a new version of its ARCserve storage backup application, new storage software service bundles and an enhanced relationship with Sony.

  • Can You Trust Dell?

    By the time Tyler Dikman graduated from high school in 2002, the 17-year- old from Tampa, Fla., had demonstrated a knack for making a buck servicing the PCs of friends and neighbors. Along the way, he developed a strong affinity for Dell and its namesake founder and CEO Michael Dell. Eventually,

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