Incentive-based rewards company Beenz.com announced this week that it has laid off 43 people from its UK and US offices and decided to move its focus away from the Internet.
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Two PricewaterhouseCoopers employees appointed as administrators
Motorola plans wireless applications based on ARM architecture
After months of music file-sharing company Napster suggesting that users download the Macster clone while waiting for an official Napster client for the Macintosh, the program has finally arrived, and it is -- Macster.
Gore and Bush steer clear of clear-cut answers
LONDON (10/09/2000) - Novell Inc. and Akamai Technologies Inc. announced Monday that they will collaborate to increase the speed of delivery of Internet content to their joint customers.
BOSTON (09/11/2000) - Warner Brothers Music Group Inc. Monday announced plans to sell its singles by digital distribution, starting in November.
Trillium customers include 3Com, Cisco Systems
Legislation follows similar legal moves in US
Data centres to be in 16 countries in three years
New business unit will be funded by parent company, investors
A California woman filed suit against DoubleClick Inc. yesterday, accusing the U.S.-based online advertising company of unlawfully obtaining and selling consumers' personal information, according to a statement issued by her attorney's office. Hariett M. Judnick filed the suit in Marin County Superior Court in California, on behalf of the "general public of the state of California," the statement said.
NTL swoops in with 53% of cable market share
Site carries 700 skins
IFPI campaign will incorporate and expand actions already underway or planned by national groups