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  • Pioneer-Standard Beats 3Q Expectations

    Pioneer-Standard Electronics reported net income of $2.2 million, or 8 cents per share, for the fiscal third quarter ended Dec. 31, 2001, compared with net income of $13 million, or 40 cents per diluted share, reported for the third quarter last year.

  • Compaq Paid Capellas $1.6 Million Salary

    Compaq Computer's chief executive, Michael Capellas, got a raise to $1.6 million in salary in 2001, and Compaq forgave $2.1 million in loan payments he owed, the company said in its annual filing.

  • SonicWall Zeros In On SMBs, Enterprise

    SonicWall is embarking on a two-pronged channel strategy for 2002 that it hopes will make it a major supplier of security solutions for the SMB market and allow it to expand its presence in the enterprise.

  • Compaq CEO Sees Merger On Track With Regulators

    Compaq CEO Michael Capellas said Wednesday his company and Hewlett-Packard Co. were determined to hold shareholder votes in March on their $22.3 billion merger, and said regulatory approval was on track for that to happen.

  • Carly Fiorina: Linux Ready for Breakout Year

    In her keynote address at LinuxWorld in New York on Wednesday, Hewlett-Packard chairman and CEO Carly Fiorina talked about fueling innovation and opportunity with Linux, and declared this the breakout year for the open-source platform.

  • Bloom: Good Channels, Product Mix Help Veritas

    A well-balanced yet focused product mix, combined with an increasingly strong channel program, gave Veritas Software a strong finish to a good fiscal year 2001, said Gary Bloom, chairman and CEO of the company, in an interview with CRN on Tuesday after reporting the company's financials.

  • <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.

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