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What a difference a year and $2.6 billion (euro2.1 billion) makes. The renegade cool that once surrounded Skype Technologies SA at past gatherings of the Internet telephone industry has been replaced by mockery and awe at this week's VON show.
The Media Shoppe Bhd (TMS), a software management company which provides enterprise knowledge portal and integrated web and mobile applications to 220 clients locally and abroad, is targeting bigger contracts this year, Chief executive officer Christopher Chan said.
SEATTLE (AP) - Back by popular demand: Windows XP.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP): The SCO Group Inc., licenser of the Unix operating system, filed for bankruptcy protection, drained by unsuccessfully filing lawsuits claiming its software code was misappropriated by developers of the open-source Linux operating system.
With rapid technological change posing ever more intense competitive challenges, companies are often advised to scrutinize their portfolios and eliminate unprofitable products. Every product, the reasoning goes, must stand on its own bottom line. That, however, may be exactly the wrong mantra for these times. A broader portfolio of products - even if some are, for a time, unprofitable - often can help a company capture more value.
AT a time when consumer spending is expected to slow down, two sectors seem to indicate they may be relatively resilient - food and beverage (FB) and mobile phone communications.
SAN FRANCISCO: Intel Corp. is biting off its biggest acquisition in nearly a decade with an $884 million takeover of Wind River Systems Inc., a software maker with a colorful past.