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ellis

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Apple looks to move SF store a few blocks away

The company's current store at Stockton and Ellis streets in downtown San Francisco will be moved to Union Square, if all goes well.

By May 16, 2013

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Correction: Background misstated in MPAA/Kim DotCom post

This story incorrectly stated the legal background for Mike Ellis, an executive with the Motion Picture Association of America's division in Asia.

By July 5, 2012

Gallery

Exposure: Elly-Mae Farkas

Elly-Mae Farkas is an aspiring photographer based in Alice Springs in Australia's Northern Territory. Her surroundings may be isolated, but the small art scene and environment allows for some original aspects to her photography.

18 Images By February 3, 2008

Video

Digitizing history is no small feat

Robots are part of the effort to digitize nearly 53,000 videotaped interviews of Holocaust survivors, including those of Ellis Lewin and Itka Zygmuntowicz, seen here.

October 17, 2008

Article

Grid start-up Univa names new CEO

Michael Ellis becomes chief executive of the company, while former CEO Steve Tuecke now is chief technology officer.

By March 13, 2006

Article

Web surfers crowd onto Ellis Island site

An Ellis Island site that lets people dig into their ancestry via the Web has taken root, with the site recording 1.5 billion hits in its first six months.

November 15, 2001

Article

Web surfers crowd onto Ellis Island site

An Ellis Island site that lets people dig into their ancestry via the Web has taken root, with the site recording 1.5 billion hits in its first six months.

November 15, 2001

Article

Ellis Island database overwhelmed

People flocking to the Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island Foundation's online database seeking information about their long-lost relatives have found themselves stuck waiting online. The database, which was unveiled Tuesday, will feature information on 22 million immigrants, passengers and crewmembers who entered the United States through the Port of New York between 1892 and 1924. People will be able to sift through the database either at the American Family Immigration History Center or on the Internet. But only a day after the database's debut, the Web site was largely inaccessible. "Due to an extraordinary number of visitors, we must limit access to the site," the Web site said. "Please keep trying, or check back later." Ellis Island officials could not be immediately reached for comment.

April 18, 2001

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Five sentenced in British Net fraud case

Five Britons were sentenced Friday to a total of eight and a half years' imprisonment for conspiring to defraud several leading Internet banks. Jonathan Ellis and Christian Palmer, both 28, were sentenced to 12 months and two years respectively. Lisa Ramsey, 23, received a 15-month sentence. William Ross, 37, pleaded guilty at an earlier date and will be imprisoned for 30 months. Richard Henderson, 25, had also pleaded guilty and got 60 hours of community service on grounds that he had been remanded in custody for 18 months. Internet bank Egg was affected by the fraud, along with Smile, Marbles, Sony Card and MBNA International Bank. NCS confirms that no customer accounts were accessed or compromised. Staff writer Wendy McAuliffe reported from London.

By December 7, 2001

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Consultancy iXL hires several execs

iXL Enterprises named several new additions to its executive team as the battered Web consultancy continues to actively pursue and attract talent. Atlanta-based iXL said Jay Norman, a former partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers, will lead its financial services consulting practice. Sanjay Apte is also joining iXL as its senior information technology and engineering executive. Prior to iXL, Apte worked at Financial Fusion where he was vice president of professional services. iXL also appointed Patrick Carter to lead its CRM (customer relationship management) practice. CRM software helps companies manage such things as their customer requests and marketing activities. Most recently, Carter was president of Targetbase Interactive and had also been a manager at Ernst & Young. iXL recently appointed former PwC partner Christopher Formant as its new president and CEO. Formant, who led PwC's global banking consulting practice, took over the spot that was held by iXL founder Bert Ellis.

March 15, 2001