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Raikes: Office Live beta on track January 17, 2006 Microsoft's business division chief explains the Web-based service and acknowledges that an ad-supported rival to Office could soon emerge.
Stock slips as Sun's glow fades December 12, 2000 Analysts step back from their gung-ho views of Sun Microsystems, as the company faces stiffer competition and tries to boost year-end sales.
Why Apple's board is standing by Jobs February 1, 2007 Some companies have ousted their CEOs for merely being around during stock option scandals. Those companies weren't led by Steve Jobs.
A real yardstick for virtual worlds? October 17, 2007 It's no easy feat tracking the social and economic data on all those furries, spacemen and Goths. Two men believe they may have an answer.
Oracle releases global business suite January 31, 2007 E-Business Suite 12 adjusts financial entries to reflect accounting requirements in any geographic location. Other apps also unveiled.
Apple's not sweating the 'scandal' April 27, 2007 CNET News.com's Charles Cooper explains why new allegations by Apple's former CFO are falling on deaf ears inside the boardroom.
Apple results beat the Street October 18, 2006 Buoyed by strong Mac and iPod sales, results sail past expectations. But company's holiday outlook is less rosy than some analysts had hoped.
Nortel Networks gets back on track October 27, 2006 Nortel cleaned house after an accounting scandal, and is moving forward in next-generation technologies, says CTO John Roese.
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