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  • Big Blue’s Executive Shuffle

    Some say IBM stands for "I've Been Moved." That may not be true, but the technology giant has had more than its share of executive changes, departures and re-assignments lately, especially in the company's highly successful software group. And for every action, there's a reaction.

  • How Patience Has Paid Off For SBI

    Although CEOs are often rewarded when they move decisively, sometimes it's those who move deliberately that deserve accolades. Take Ned Stringham of SBI and Co., for example.

  • A Monster.com Of a Problem

    Sometimes what's good for the goose isn't necessarily good for the gander. Case in point: Monster.com, the top online job-finding network, frowns on resume-padding and inaccuracies. But TMP Worldwide, Monster.com's parent company, listed Monster chairman and founder Jeff Taylor on the company Web site as having an "executive MBA/OPM" from Harvard University Business School. There's just one problem,the school offers no such degree.

  • Hard Facts: February 17, 2003

    Faced with rising geopolitical uncertainties, small businesses are curbing their enthusiasm for technology spending, according to the CRN Business Spending Survey in January.

  • ScanSoft's OmniForm Fills Bill For Forms-Driven Customers

    Filling out and filing forms is one of the most time-consuming processes in the workplace. Many businesses have created forms to meet a multitude of external and internal needs ranging from vacation requests to bid submissions, creating what some define as necessary grief.

  • Outsourcing A Viable Option?

    The number of solution providers building white-box servers and desktop PCs is falling. What may be increasing, though, is the number of them toying with the idea of outsourcing systems building to third-party vendors.

  • Anti-Terror Program Looks At Combing Personal Information

    Financed by more than $20 million in government contracts, researchers are taking the first steps toward developing a system that could sift through the financial, telephone, travel and medical records of millions of people in hopes of identifying terrorists before they strike.

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