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  • Microsoft Reports Increased Profit

    Microsoft Corp.'s fourth-quarter profit easily surpassed its bare-bones profit from a year ago, but fell far short of analysts' expectations because of telecom-related investment losses.

  • IDC: No Rebound For PC Market In 2Q

    Total PC shipments in the second quarter fell 0.5 percent worldwide and inched up just 1.8 percent in the United States compared with year-ago levels, according to a report from research firm IDC.

  • Sun Returns To Profitability

    Sun Microsystems achieved its goal of returning to profitability in its fiscal fourth quarter. The vendor posted earnings per share of 1 cent Thursday, meeting Wall Street expectations.

  • EMC Breaks Even in Second Quarter

    Data storage company EMC broke even in the second quarter, citing successful cost-cutting rather than a new willingness by businesses to spend on information technology.

  • EMC Breaks Even In Second Quarter

    Data storage company EMC Corp. broke even in the second quarter, citing successful cost-cutting rather than a new willingness by businesses to spend on information technology.

  • Dell Re-Elected Chairman Of Board By Investors

    Dell Computer has been able to remain successful despite recent business struggles by staying the course of its core business beliefs, chief executive Michael Dell told investors Thursday.

  • Sun Makes A Profit In Q4

    Sun Microsystems beat Wall Street expectations for its fourth quarter of fiscal year 2002 and in doing so posted its first profit since the third quarter of last year.

  • One-on-One with Gary Bloom

    As CEO of Veritas Software, Gary Bloom has his sights firmly set on maintaining the company's status as one of the top independent software companies. VARBusiness senior editor Sonia R. Lelii recently sat down with Bloom to discuss Veritas' relationship with EMC, as well as the technology market's future.

  • <I>CRN</I> Interview: Mike Sinneck, Microsoft

    CRN Senior Writer Paula Rooney and CRN Editor/News Steven Burke spoke with Microsoft Corporate Vice President of Worldwide Services Mike Sinneck, a 32-year IBM Global Services veteran who joined the software giant in January, about Microsoft Consulting Services' efforts to partner with solution providers. The following are excerpts from the interview:

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