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  • Qwest Gets New Breathing Room On Credit Pact

    Voice and data services company Qwest Communications International Inc., scrambling to relieve a cash crunch, Monday said it had amended its $4 billion bank credit agreement to allow it to carry a higher percentage of debt on its books.

  • Judge to Hear Microsoft Sanctions Sought By States

    Nine states opposed to a proposed settlement of the antitrust case against Microsoft go to court Monday seeking to persuade a judge that tougher sanctions are needed to ensure the world's largest software company doesn't crush competition.

  • Dell Says Compaq-HP Deal Faces Challenges

    Michael Dell, CEO of Dell Computer, said Monday if the proposed HP-Compaq merger goes ahead the new entity will face big challenges in bringing costs down.

  • Judge To Hear States' Microsoft Sanction Proposals

    Nine states opposed to a proposed settlement of the antitrust case against Microsoft go to court Monday seeking to persuade a judge that tougher sanctions are needed to ensure the world's largest software company doesn't crush competition.

  • Sun Fire Aims To Heat Up SMB Sales

    On Monday, Sun Microsystems is slated to unveil an updated version of its entry-level server, which company officials said is more in tune with the needs of the small- and midsize-business market.

  • Microsoft Special

    Microsoft plans to offer small-business customers a special financing deal to entice them to sign up for its upcoming annuity-based software licensing program.

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