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E-Tail Raises Expectations

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When Bill Cosby did TV commercials for the financial services firm E.F. Hutton, the tag line was simple but telling: "Because ... it's my money." Not just a low price, but also customers' confidence that they won't regret the "bargain,**

Food Markets Get a Taste of New Services

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Foodmarketexchange.com and Foodtrader.com Inc. are beefing up their respective food and agricultural exchanges with new services and capabilities.

Cutting Edge of Schema Editing

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Small companies are often the nimblest. Take Altova, of Vienna, Austria, which has delivered the first Extensible Markup Language tool I have seen that supports the World Wide Web Consortium's XML Schema candidate recommendation.

Storefront Revamp

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Akopia's low-cost Interchange 4.6 gains tool suite

Portable Qoder Scans on the Go

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If the concept of extending e-commerce further into the physical world through the use of bar codes is going to take off, bar-code readers will have to be mobile.

B2B: See the Big Boom Go Bust?

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E-markets faulted for weak business models

Tradiant, Shippers Go Global

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A host of ocean carriers will join with software developer Tradiant Inc. to launch a platform in the first quarter of next year for facilitating transactions among the various-and often numerous-parties involved in international trade.

Its Better Than Being There

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Teleconferencing services expand with streaming, planning, more features to power remote meetings

Three Certainties: Death, Taxes And Bugs

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After my recent review of Netscape 6, i received e-mail from several users who had encountered bugs in the new Netscape browser.

From The Trenches

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More than a dozen people had crowded into the meeting room-employees from a business unit, from IT operations and from information security.

For Torvalds, The Revolution Was Fun

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El gato winced when he heard harpercollins was publishing a celebrity's autobiography titled "Just for Fun: The Story of an Accidental Revolutionary."

Ingram Micro to try ASP aggregation

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Ingram Micro Inc. hopes to begin next year as an aggregator of ASPs, but the company may have trouble finding customers among its clientele of IT managers, industry sources said.

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