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Tech CEOs stand by their plans

Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina says Dell Computer's foray into the printer market "doesn't send us shaking in our boots."

At Gartner's Symposium and ITxpo, Steve Ballmer defends Microsoft's controversial licensing plan, Scott McNealy stands by Sun's plan to sell desktop PCs running Linux, and Carly Fiorina downplays the threat to HP from Dell's possible foray into printing.

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Michael Dell, CEO, Dell Computer

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Fiorina: How to deal with Dell
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Ballmer defends Microsoft license plan
The software maker's CEO Steve Ballmer acknowledges that the company's angered some customers, but says, "We are delivering continuous value as opposed to lumpy upgrades."
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New Office product to simplify forms
CEO Steve Ballmer on Wednesday unveiled a new product intended to turn Office into a data-collection tool and boost sales of the desktop software.
October 9, 2002

Sun CEO: We're "good enough"
Scott McNealy says an early push to get customers on the high-end Solaris OS may have been a mistake, but not one that's slowing the company down.
October 8, 2002

Fiorina: HP can fend off Dell
Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina says Dell Computer's foray into the printer market "doesn't send us shaking in our boots."
October 8, 2002