Stories by Kathleen Ohlson

Corel says Q2 loss will be bigger than expected

Struggling Canadian software maker Corel last Thursday warned that its second-quarter financial results will be even worse than it had been predicting. Corel said it now expects to report a loss of up to $US24 million for its second fiscal quarter ended May 31, on revenue of about $38 million.

E-mail Me the Money

In a move aimed at helping people send and receive money faster, Bank One Corp. today introduced eMoneyMail, a person-to-person e-mail payment system.

8 of 10 U.S. Companies Expect No Major Y2K Woes

U.S. corporations are ready for the year 2000 date rollover, and more than ready to move on to other projects, according to findings from the latest Y2K survey, "100 Days to Go," from New York-based Cap Gemini America Inc. and Rubin Systems Inc.

Microsoft buys Visio

In a move to furnish its business productivity products with more edge, Microsoft has announced it will acquire Visio in a deal worth $US1.3 billion in stock.

Explorer Worm propagating via shared files

The destructive "worm" that has spread itself via automated e-mail responses is also infiltrating systems via shared files on a network, according to an advisory issued by the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) in the US.