Shifts were most apparent on Wall Street
Stories by Industry Standard Staff
Price the most ever paid for an Internet address
Microsoft "doesn't live the quiet life of a monopoly" says Neukom
Company will leave online sales to retail partners
Three traders agree to settle case without admitting or denying allegations
Analysts wonder whether Redmond's software has the stuff to compete with IBM and Sun
China "still needs to strengthen its management over the information content business" says minister
Infoseek stock soured, dropping 10%
Reporter finds conspiracy talk and wild rumors in chat rooms
So PointCast founder Chris Hassett is exploring the possiblity of buying out the now-troubled Internet "push" pioneer he founded. That's what Hassett told CNN and News.com last week, and both News.com and the Wall Street Journal followed up with stories this morning, although the Journal's story was little more than an Easter weekend rehash of other outlets stuff.
Unlikely that leaders of $US28 billion CBS would accept AOL stock
"Lone software detective" traces writer through Microsoft ID number
Time Warner chairman hints at CNNfn float "some time"
Analysts doubt online bookstore's auction gambit
Infoseek well behind its competitors in revenue and page views