23rd November 1998 Archive
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With just two days work before Thanksgiving, it looks like W-B will be a busy boy in the box
Business 23 06:28
There's that consultant it doesn't mention being on the payroll, for starters
Business 23 06:32
He may be talking himself into it...
Business 23 06:38
Does just switching it off, and letting the developers switch it back on, count as compliance?
Business 23 06:40
A $4 billion merger deal could pull the rug from under Microsoft's Internet strategy
Business 23 07:26
Outside management techies to scrutinise the lot, corporate culture included
Business 23 10:48
Dixons slams Government as Mandelson pushes for inquiry into retailer's prices
Business 23 12:13
The UK outfit with the LEP is getting closer to the Holy Grail of flat panel displays
Business 23 12:13
Chewing gum-sized storage medium definitely mintier than Zip, claim Comdex attendees
Business 23 12:18
Whatever's good enough for the late Frank Sinatra is good enough for Cirrus...
Business 23 12:39
The gear will shrink, but the cost won't for five to ten years
Business 23 15:18
Our man on the spot (missed his flight) sends in some late show-stoppers
Business 23 15:19
The Register's mobile phone expert spends a week offline in Crazy Horse. No change there then...
Business 23 15:22
Or is it just a statistical anomaly?
Business 23 15:28
Yes, says Sony boffin
Business 23 15:31
Infamous (if you're in the music biz) MP3 player goes on sale in US
Business 23 16:05
Sierra Online, Blizzard etc. sold to French media giant Havas
Business 23 16:52
We think he means the DoJ should just stand back and let everybody compete unfairly with everybody else...
Business 23 19:08
- Review Is it an iPad? Is it a MacBook Air? No, it's a Surface Pro 3
- Game Theory The agony and ecstasy of SteamOS: WHERE ARE MY GAMES?
- Hello, police, El Reg here. Are we a bunch of terrorists now?
- Worstall on Wednesday Wall Street woes: Oh noes, tech titans aren't using bankers
- Video of US journalist 'beheading' pulled from social media