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  • <i>CRN</i> Interview: Anne Mulcahy

    Xerox President and CEO Anne Mulcahy added the chairman's title on Jan. 1 with the retirement of Paul Allaire. In an interview with CRN Section Editor Joseph F. Kovar and Editor In Chief Kelley Damore, Mulcahy discussed Xerox's road to recovery in the wake of a company restructuring and financial woes.

  • AT&T Posts 4Q Loss On Lower Revenue

    Long-distance telephone and cable-television leader AT&T Corp. Wednesday posted a fourth-quarter loss as revenues fell 9.5 percent, and said long-distance revenues would decline further in 2002.

  • HP's Fiorina: Compaq Merger Good For Linux

    Hewlett-Packard's embattled chairman and CEO, Carly Fiorina, took the stage at LinuxWorld Wednesday morning to promote the company's controversial merger agreement with Compaq Computer as a good deal for the Linux movement.

  • Microsoft Expands Mobile Partner Program

    Microsoft on Wednesday said it is singling out key mobile partners by offering them enhanced technical, marketing and development support in an extension of its Mobility Solutions Partner Program.

  • IBM Beats Compaq, Dell in Kodak PC Deal

    IBM has won a deal with Kodak to replace 40,000 desktop and notebook computers throughout company locations in nearly 50 countries, which IBM is estimating will save Kodak approximately 40 percent of its total support cost.

  • HP's Fiorina Gets $13.5 Million in Stock Options in '01

    Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina was awarded $13.5 million worth of stock options in 2001 and $1 million in salary, the computer and printer company said Tuesday,

  • Groove Taps Teubner As President, COO

    Groove Networks bolstered its management ranks this week, naming former US Internetworking executive Chuck Teubner as president and COO. Groove founder Ray Ozzie remains chairman and CEO, the company said Wednesday.

  • Ingram Micro Revamps Partnership America Program

    Ingram Micro plans before midyear to roll out a revamped version of its Partnership America program that better meets the needs of its government and education solution providers, said Ingram Micro executives.

  • IBM To Eliminate Channel Sales Field Reps

    IBM is eliminating its channel field-sales representatives in its Personal and Printing Systems Group and instead will assign telesales reps to U.S. solution providers, a move that some solution providers say could damage their relationship with the vendor.

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