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Trouble in Porn Land

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E-commerce times are tough, and the $1 billion online adult site industry is no exception.

Divine Deal Has Devilish Strings

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Latest asset acquired from MarchFirst has a few unexpected liabilities.

Defaults Still Haunt Lucent

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Lucent Technologies' bet on Jato Communications illustrates some of the pitfalls faced by big equipment vendors that lent start-ups money for virtually all of their business plans.

Leaner, Meaner Local Competitors May Have a Shot

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As the funeral procession lengthens for the first generation of competitive local communications companies, some industry experts see signs that a second wave could soon arise, even in the current hostile environment.

Look Whos Talking: April 23, 2001

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It may be counterintuitive, but a weak economy is the perfect time to recruit strong talent from battered rivals.

Fast Facts Infrastructure: April 23, 2001

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The Federal Communications Commission, in a 3-to-1 vote last Monday, gave Verizon Communications the go-ahead to begin offering long-distance service in Massachusetts.

The Show Must Go On

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One year ago, Webconferencing upstart Mshow.com was reveling in top-line growth and earning the sort of attention Hollywood media machines enjoy.

New Level of Cool

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Now you can keep your kids on ice while you're in China.

Stayin Alive

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Recent ASP upheaval has IT managers scrambling to keep their sites afloat

Exchange Gains ISV Support

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Platform is closing in on Lotus Notes in competition for groupware, collaboration supremacy.

ERP is Back

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This time, it actually may solve more problems than it causes.

Groove Opens Door to Large Businesses

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New centralized administration capabilities in Groove Networks Inc.'s peer-to-peer computing platform likely will make it more palatable to large enterprises

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