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  • Gates Calls For New Focus on Security at Microsoft

    Microsoft chairman Bill Gates on Wednesday called for a fundamental shift within the software giant to focus on what many consider the company's Achilles' heel--security against hackers and viruses.

  • Unisys Profits, Excluding Charges, Drop Sharply

    Computer services company Unisys Thursday said fourth-quarter profits, excluding a charge to cover job cuts, fell sharply from a year ago as companies deferred technology spending.

  • Compaq CEO: Recovery Won't Come Until Second Half

    Compaq Computer Chairman and CEO Michael Capellas said he expects no major economic recovery until the second half of 2002 and reiterated that the proposed merger with Hewlett-Packard is the best way to grow the company's business.

  • Apple Posts 1Q Profit As Expected

    Apple Computer on Wednesday posted a fiscal first-quarter profit, directly in line with expectations and a turnaround from the year-ago loss, despite sluggish sales due to the economic downturn and an aging product lineup.

  • Hewlett Heir's Letter Widens Anti-Merger Campaign

    The Hewlett-Packard founding family heir leading the opposition to the company's planned merger with Compaq Computer has for the first time sent a letter directly to all HP shareholders, seeking the widest possible support.

  • Hewlett Heir's Letter Widens Anti-Merger Campaign

    The Hewlett-Packard Co. founding family heir leading the opposition to the company's planned merger with Compaq has for the first time sent a letter directly to all HP shareholders, seeking the widest possible support.

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