• Ingram Micro Gets Set To Report Earnings

    Some analysts will be listening more for what Ingram Micro has done to stabilize and control costs rather than how much it increased sales when the distributor reports its fiscal fourth-quarter and 2001 earnings Thursday.

  • SchlumbergerSema Gets Olympic-Sized Contract

    As much of the world's attention is drawn to Salt Lake City for the start of the 2002 Winter Olympics, solution providers are hoping the IT infrastructure they implemented for the Games will run smoothly enough to let them fade quietly into the background.

  • SilverBack Adds New Partners

    Within two months of launching its revamped channel program, MSP SilverBack Technologies has signed eight new solution provider partners.

  • Microsoft Judge Orders March Hearing On Settlement

    The federal judge overseeing the Microsoft Corp. antitrust case agreed on Friday to hold a hearing on the U.S. Justice Department's proposed settlement of the landmark case in early March.

  • Global Crossing Says SEC To Launch Formal Investigation

    Telecommunications company Global Crossing Inc. said Friday the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) would launch a formal investigation into the company after a letter from a former employee raised concerns about its accounting practices.

  • EDS CEO Goes On Defensive

    With increased scrutiny from the analyst community over perceived liabilities related to its computer leasing programs, EDS chairman and CEO Dick Brown addressed the issue head-on during a call with analysts this week, stressing the notion that the company's accounting practices and financial footing are "rock solid."

  • Answerthink Meets Q4 Guidance

    Answerthink met consensus earnings estimates for its fourth quarter of 2001 this week, announcing revenue of just over $50 million and earnings of 2 cents per diluted share.

  • <I>CRN</I> Interview: Carly Fiorina

    Hewlett-Packard Chairman and CEO Carly Fiorina explained what the channel's role would be in a merged HP-Compaq Computer in an interview with CRN Industry Editor Craig Zarley.

  • EDS CEO Defends Company&rsquo;s Accounting Practices

    Attempting to put to rest any concerns about the company's accounting practices in the wake of the Enron-Andersen debacle, EDS Chairman and CEO Dick Brown told Wall Street analysts on Thursday that the systems integration giant has "no undisclosed debt or liabilities."