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  • HP-Compaq Key Channel Positions Still Vacant

    Hewlett-Packard named 150 new managers as part of its ongoing integration efforts but still hasn't tipped its hand on who will run the channel organization for the new company if the merger with Compaq Computer is completed.

  • Dell Looks To Services Acquisitions

    Dell will seek to grow its fledgling professional services business in part through targeted acquisitions, as it increasingly focuses on the high-end enterprise, its president told financial analysts.

  • Check Point Sees Results Missing Estimates

    Internet security software maker Check Point Software Technologies on Thursday warned that first-quarter results will fall short of Wall Street estimates because of continued depressed spending on technology by large companies.

  • Comdisco Sells Healthcare Assets For $165M

    Bankrupt technology and finance firm Comdisco Inc. Thursday said it has agreed to sell its U.S. health-care leasing assets to GE Capital for $165 million, as it aims to emerge from bankruptcy by late summer.

  • System Sales Hit New Highs

    White-box system sales continue at record levels in the SMB market, according to the CRN Solution Provider Survey for March 2002.

  • Microsoft President Belluzzo to Step Down

    Microsoft president and COO Rick Belluzzo will officially resign his position on May 1, the software giant announced Wednesday, an unexpected move that comes amid structural changes underway at the company.

  • Microsoft President Belluzzo To Leave

    Microsoft officials said Wednesday that Rick Belluzzo, who was credited with engineering a turnaround of the software giant's struggling MSN Internet unit, would step down as president and chief operating officer after holding the jobs for little more than a year.

  • Dell May Beat Current Quarter Sales Projection

    Personal computer maker Dell Computer said Wednesday earnings were on track and that its current-quarter revenue may be slightly higher than expected, saying it used its low-cost production system to win new business.

  • Microsoft Remedy Should Address .NET, AOL Says

    A proposed settlement of the antitrust case against Microsoft Corp. would still allow the software giant to protect its Windows operating system monopoly and boost its Internet presence, an executive from archrival America Online testified Wednesday.

  • Microsoft Remedy Should Address .Net Says AOL Exec

    A proposed settlement of the antitrust case against Microsoft would still allow the software giant to protect its Windows operating system monopoly and boost its Internet presence, an executive from archrival America Online testified Wednesday.

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