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  • Deloitte To Split Off Consulting Arm

    Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu on Tuesday said it would separate its consulting business from its audit practice, becoming the last of the Big Five accounting firms to bend into pressure and decisively tackle the Enron-tainted issue of auditor independence.

  • Cisco to Exceed Some Estimates in Surprise Release

    Cisco Systems on Wednesday said it would exceed Wall Street average estimates for second-quarter earnings per share and revenues--a surprise disclosure made hours before the company is due to report quarterly results.

  • GTSI Names New President

    Government integrator GTSI this week announced it has a new president and chief operating officer in former federal official John Spotila.

  • IBM Pushing Partner Agenda In SMB

    IBM is looking to step up its activities in the highly coveted--and often lucrative--small and midsize business market. And to do that, it plans to increase cooperation with IBM business partners who serve that area.

  • Cisco Expects To Exceed EPS, Revenue Estimates

    Cisco Systems Inc. Wednesday said it would exceed current Wall Street average estimates for second-quarter earnings per share and revenues -- a surprise disclosure made hours before the company is due to report quarterly results.

  • PWC Advises Doing More With Less

    PricewaterhouseCoopers executives said there's still a compelling opportunity to provide services to telecommunications service providers, despite a tight market. But they advocate improving operations rather than costly upgrades.

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