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Quickdot: Demise Rumors Greatly Exaggerated

It's among the worst nightmares for technology company executives:...

Napster Use Plummets

Confirming the inevitable, a Cambridge, Mass., firm that researches...

Zefer Zips Up More Funding

You've got to hand it to the executives at...

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EMC Warns, Acquires

Data storage giant EMC Corp. of Hopkinton, Mass., warned that first quarter revenues would fall below expectations, then said it would spend $50 million to buy a Belgian software startup. EMC briefly announced preliminary...

Natural MicroSystems Buys Mobilee

Natural MicroSystems , a Framingham, Mass., maker of components for telecom networks, has acquired Mobilee Inc., a Boston startup that makes software to give wireless users access to the Internet. Terms of the deal were...

Viant Lets Go 211 More

Viant Corp. of Boston today became the latest Web consultancy to swallow a second dose of layoff news, as it announced it would lay off 211 people, 38 percent of its 555 remaining...

Adero On The Ropes

Adero Inc., a Waltham, Mass., startup that has struggled to create a Web content delivery network to rival Akamai's, has denied rumors that its closure is imminent while acknowledging it needs investor cash soon...

Napster Use Plummets

Confirming the inevitable, a Cambridge, Mass., firm that researches digital entertainment said songs available for download on Napster immediately fell by 60 percent this week, when the California company began to protect the songs'...

Zefer Zips Up More Funding

You've got to hand it to the executives at Zefer, a Boston Internet consultancy -- they know how to raise cash. Back in 1999, when venture capital was falling from the sky for online startups,...

Huge Cuts Hit Sapient

Sapient , a Cambridge, Mass., Internet consultancy that until today had been one of the few companies in a battered sector to avoid wholesale layoffs, is slashing 720 workers, a fifth of its staff,...

E Ink Grabs Philips Deal

E Ink Corp., a Cambridge, Mass., startup that makes electronic ink used in signs and other digital devices, has received a $7.5 million investment from Philips Components, a division of Royal Philips Electronics of...

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