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  • Dell Taps Compaq Services VP

    Dell Computer has raided a rival company for a top executive, snaring former Compaq Computer services vice president Jeff Lynn to head up its professional services organization.

  • Economic Upturn In 3Q?

    Industry executives last week warned Wall Street not to expect a quick end to the recession even as technology heavyweights beat reduced earnings expectations for the fourth quarter.

  • Intel Names New President, COO

    Moving quickly to define 2002 as a year of change and improvement, Intel last week tapped Paul Otellini to be its new president and COO. The move comes as the company plans to cut Pentium 4 prices again as early as next week, sources said.

  • Dell Raises Revenue, Earnings Outlook

    Dell Computer on Friday raised its revenue and earnings forecasts for the fourth fiscal quarter, citing increased demand among consumers.

  • Dell Raises Revenue, Earnings Outlook

    No. 1 personal computer maker Dell Computer Corp. Friday raised its revenue and earnings forecasts for the fourth fiscal quarter, citing increased demand, particularly among consumers.

  • Sun Execs Upbeat Despite 2Q Loss

    Sun Microsystems executives said the company took share from its major competitors in its most recent quarter and remained upbeat despite a difficult economic environment.

  • Nextel Calls On IBM For Customer Care

    IBM kicked off its 2002 sales cycle with a big customer win, inking an eight-year, $1.2 billion CRM outsourcing deal with Nextel Communications to manage the company's customer care centers.

  • Internap Adds Agent Program

    IP services provider Internap Network Services has added an agent program, rounding out its channel program first launched about 10 months ago.

  • Sun Posts $431M Loss In 2Q

    Network computer maker Sun Microsystems Inc. reported on Friday a fiscal second-quarter loss as it took a large charge for job cuts and restructuring while cautious corporations held back from buying technology.

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