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  • Lucent Names Patricia Russo CEO, Succeeding Schacht

    Telecommunications equipment maker Lucent Technologies Inc. Monday named Eastman Kodak Co.'s president and chief operating officer, Patricia Russo, as chief executive, bringing back a former executive to complete its turnaround.

  • Compaq Says Will Post 4Q Profit, Not Loss

    Compaq Computer Corp. Monday said it expects to post a profit in the fourth quarter, not a loss as it had previously projected, on revenue of more than $8 billion, above its previous guidance for revenue of $7.6 billion to $7.8 billion.

  • Compaq Says Will Post Fourth-Quarter Profit, Not Loss

    Compaq Computer on Monday said it expects to post a profit in the fourth quarter, not a loss as it had previously projected, on revenue of more than $8 billion, above its previous guidance for revenue of $7.6 billion to $7.8 billion.

  • Novell Rolls Out PartnerNet 2002

    At its Partner Summit Monday, Novell plans to woo the channel to its new PartnerNet 2002 program by offering lowered fees, enhanced training, baseline technical support, and by reinstituting the certification process.

  • Intel Ships Northwood Processors

    Intel is rolling out its next generation of Pentium 4 processors, banking that a change in the chip's dimensions and additional clock speed will help it start 2002 with momentum.

  • Microsoft Judge To Hear Scheduling Issues

    Microsoft is due to square off against state prosecutors in federal court on Monday over how soon hearings on antitrust sanctions against the software giant should begin.

  • Personal Computer Sales Up, But Companies Not Buying

    Personal computer sales, long a laggard in the technology sector, came back to life in December as holiday shoppers took advantage of low prices, but sales to businesses failed to reappear, a Merrill Lynch analyst said Friday.

  • J.D. Edwards Taps New Chief

    J.D. Edwards on Thursday said good-bye to its founder and longtime CEO C. Edward McVaney, who is retiring after nearly 40 years in the IT industry, and welcomed its new president and CEO, Robert M. Dutkowsky.

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