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  • Key Hurdle for HP-Compaq Merger Looms This Week

    Shareholders in Hewlett-Packard have a few weeks remaining to consider how they will vote on the company's controversial plan to buy Compaq Computer, but the fate of the $22 billion deal could effectively be sealed this week, analysts say.

  • Law Firm Seeks to Halt HP-Compaq Merger Vote

    A Los Angeles law firm on Sunday said it has asked a judge to stop a vote on the proposed $21 billion merger between Hewlett-Packard and Compaq Computer, but HP denied on Monday that such a request was ever filed with the court.

  • AltiGen Upgrades IP Telephony

    AltiGen Communications this week plans to launch an upgrade to its IP telephony system software that improves its voice-over-IP capabilities and adds new remote management features.

  • Law Firm Seeks To Halt HP-Compaq Merger Vote

    A Los Angeles law firm on Sunday said it has asked a judge to stop a vote on the proposed $21 billion merger between Hewlett-Packard Co. and Compaq Computer Corp., but HP denied on Monday that such a request was ever filed with the court.

  • Moody's Cuts CA's Debt Rating

    Moody's Investors Service late Friday said it cut Computer Associates International's debt rating due to a reduction in the software vendor's cash flow and last week's revelation that preliminary inquiries into the company have been launched by federal agencies.

  • Spring Comdex Focuses On Solutions

    Over the past few years, solution providers complained that Spring Comdex in Chicago had become a lackluster show, playing second fiddle to its big brother, Fall Comdex in Las Vegas, and focusing more on last week's consumer technology than tomorrow's business solutions. That is changing.

  • PeopleSoft Says Not Aware of Any SEC Probe

    PeopleSoft on Friday said it has not been informed that it is the subject of a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission probe.

  • Oracle Issues Warning on Third-Quarter Profits

    Oracle on Friday warned its fiscal third-quarter earnings will be a penny lower than its original forecast, hurt by slow sales in Asia.

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