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Symantec CEO Thompson to retire

John Thompson will retire in April, but will remain chairman of the board. Company COO Enrique T. Salem will take the helm.

By November 17, 2008


Clean-tech group forms to support Obama

"Clean Tech and Green Business for Obama" aims to raise $1 million for the Democratic presidential nominee while elevating issues of climate change and alternative energy.

By September 4, 2008


Spammers are winning--and it's not even close

At this point, there is only one thing for us to do, says analyst Jon Oltsik. Purchase the best antispam protection that money can buy.

By February 11, 2008


A shifting landscape for e-mail security

Tech heavyweights are taking charge in a "brutal battle" for dominance among spam fighters.

By January 8, 2007


.Mac e-mail troubles: Domains being inexplicably blocked

.Mac e-mail troubles: Domains being inexplicably blocked

By September 19, 2006


Symantec revamps mail security tool

New version of software for e-mail gateways will mark final result of the melding of Brightmail and Symantec technologies.

By April 17, 2006


Brightmail tackles zombies

Antispam vendor releases new version of software to try to keep zombie PCs at bay.

By July 1, 2004


Brightmail partners to fight instant spam

The antispam company teams up with IMlogic to block "spim," junk e-mail that targets instant messaging users on PCs and mobile devices.

June 8, 2004


Symantec to buy Brightmail

The security specialist says it plans to pay $370 million to acquire Brightmail, a maker of tools for blocking spam and viruses.

By May 19, 2004