• Xerox Amends Annual Report Again

    Xerox Corp. said Thursday it misallocated its 2001 interest expense in its annual report, but the mistake will have no impact on the company's reported net loss for the year.

  • Dot Coms Need You

    Before the Internet bubble burst two years ago, all of Gino Mancinelli's clients were dot coms. Last year, they represented 20 percent of his clientele. Today, the only dot com Mancinelli, a senior account representative at solution provider BCG, still counts as a client is, an online-only pharmacy.

  • EMC Hires Away Mark Lewis From HP/Compaq

    In what could be considered fallout from the Hewlett-Packard and Compaq Computer merger, rival EMC has hired the former general manager and vice president of Compaq's Enterprise Storage Group.

  • SAP Says It Won't Make Sales Target

    SAP, the world's largest supplier of business-management software, said Thursday it would show a second-quarter net loss of 235 million euros ($233 million) and wouldn't reach its revenue target for this year.

  • Fastest-Growing VARs

    The fact that The RAM Group finds itself among the industry's fastest-growing solution providers comes as somewhat a surprise to founder Michael Schweitzer.

  • Small-Business VARs Speak Out

    What's on the minds of small- business solution providers? Last month, VARBusiness editors David Strom and Jennifer D'Alessandro sat down with seven SMB VARs during D&H Distributing's annual partner conference in Hershey, Pa., to learn more about what this group of high-tech players is thinking. The discussion, led by senior technology editor Strom, found that distribution gets good marks; online ordering is gaining in popularity; and white boxes could save the day. Read on to see what else bubbled up in our think tank.

  • CACI Buying Condor's Government Division

    Federal government integrator CACI International has signed an agreement to buy the $20 million government solutions division of Condor Technology Solutions, the company announced Wednesday.