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eWeek names its top 15 open-source business influencers

Who deserves credit for being the big heavies in open-source business? eWeek has a good list.

By March 30, 2008

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New and Noteworthy: eWeek: Office 2007 is "offputting"; Apple debuts holiday-themed Get A Mac ads; more

New and Noteworthy: eWeek: Office 2007 is "offputting"; Apple debuts holiday-themed Get A Mac ads; more

By November 28, 2006

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Microsoft pulls community manager from press corps

Peter Galli of eWeek is the latest member of the media to find himself joining a company he once covered.

By September 14, 2008

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Google to update Web toolkit?

GWT 1.5 is expected in some form at the Google I/O developer conference, according to eWeek.

By May 27, 2008

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Are Macs a smart career move?

eWEEK piece suggests learning the Mac to IT professionals.

By April 30, 2008

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Improving Microsoft's CodePlex by contributing Microsoft's own dog food

Microsoft's CodePlex is not a bastion of great code, says eWeek. That's a problem, but one that Microsoft can solve by contributing its own code.

By August 23, 2007

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New and Noteworthy: eWeek: The Mac Should Stay! No, The Mac should Go!; more

New and Noteworthy: eWeek: The Mac Should Stay! No, The Mac should Go!; more

By May 11, 2004

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OpenPDA" based on PowerPC platform; eWeek recommends Apple for enterprise; more

OpenPDA" based on PowerPC platform; eWeek recommends Apple for enterprise; more

By January 23, 2003

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New & Noteworthy: StarOffice; LaCie; eWeek on OS X

New & Noteworthy: StarOffice; LaCie; eWeek on OS X

By April 3, 2001

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Ziff drops <I>Interactive Week,</I> cuts staff

Publisher Ziff Davis Media says it will stop publishing Interactive Week. Stories typically found in the magazine will run in a section inside sister publication eWeek. The combined magazine expects to have a circulation of 445,000, with about 45,000 subscribers coming from Interactive Week. The company said it will continue to publish an Interactive Week-branded Web site and newsletters. A Ziff representative said the company will eliminate 75 positions from both magazines' sales and editorial departments. The closures come as Ziff focuses on IT publications that will attract computer professionals and enthusiasts. The company has recently launched Baseline, a monthly publication targeting executives; ExtremeTech.com, a Web site aimed at "hard-core technologists;" and CIO Insight, a monthly magazine designed for senior-level technology executives. Ziff also said Monday that Smart Partner magazine has ceased publication with its Nov. 1 issue.

November 5, 2001