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  • ATG's Sales Slip

    Art Technology Group Thursday reported a pro forma loss of $4.2 million on sales of $30.9 million for the fourth quarter of 2001, ended Dec. 31.

  • i2 Posts Operating Loss, Revenues Drop

    Business-to-business software maker i2 Technologies on Thursday posted an operating loss, compared with a profit last year, on revenues that fell sharply amid a weak economy.

  • Gateway To Cut 2,250 Jobs, Shut 19 Stores

    Personal computer maker Gateway Inc. announced Thursday that it was cutting about 2,250 jobs and closing 19 of its retail stores in a new reorganization.

  • SBC Posts Lower 4Q Profits

    SBC Communications Inc., the No. 2 U.S. local telephone company, Thursday posted lower fourth-quarter profits due to the weak economy and cautious spending by customers, and said it expects its 2002 revenues to grow only 1 percent to 3 percent.

  • E.Piphany Loses $8.9M In 4Q

    E.Piphany lost $8.9 million, or 13 cents per share, on revenue of $28 million for its fourth quarter ended Dec. 31. That compares with a loss of $5.2 million, or 8 cents per share, for the year-ago quarter. Some analysts had expected a loss of up to 17 cents per share.

  • PeopleSoft 4Q Profit Rises

    PeopleSoft Inc. Thursday said its fourth-quarter profit was up more than Wall Street had expected, as sales of its revamped business automation software bucked a challenging technology spending environment.

  • PeopleSoft Q4 Profit Rises

    PeopleSoft on Thursday said its fourth-quarter profit was up more than Wall Street had expected, as sales of its revamped business automation software bucked a challenging technology spending environment.

  • 3Com Adds Wireless Products

    3Com unveiled two wireless access points on Thursday that provide convenience for small businesses and increased security for larger businesses.

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