16th April 1999 Archive
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The influential SIA reckons we'll have a billion each
Business 16 07:54
British firm's profits jump by 91 per cent
Business 16 08:01
Wall Street Journal plonks one on Chipzilla's nose
Business 16 08:11
With the preview machine finally cranking into action, it looks like Microsoft thinks it can see daylight
Business 16 09:05
But paying for keywords will increase the results' relevance, honest...
Business 16 09:42
What can this mean?
Business 16 10:20
Sounds like a silly idea, but it’s not to be snorted at carelessly
Business 16 10:21
Can't get Direct DRAM? Er... try this... or that... or the other, says Chipzilla
Business 16 10:35
Stop, before it's too late
Business 16 10:46
Orange and Cellnet expected to enter fray next week
Business 16 11:00
Organises client network product divisions into single unit after poor Q4 results
Business 16 11:06
Intel not a monopoly -- official
Business 16 11:19
Business 16 11:29
Founder knows how many Beenz make five
Business 16 11:50
Can't get enough of that accent -- we teach you how to speak it
Business 16 12:12
Look out, Microsoft
Business 16 12:21
Well, we don’t like them anyway
Business 16 12:34
Overall industry set to cool down though
Business 16 13:01
Microsoft-style tactics threaten 28-year-old business, says litigant, why shouldn't we fight?
Business 16 13:01
And we think we can hear another of those biggest ever public betas getting ready off-stage...
Business 16 14:18
But revenue is down, and job cuts are coming, warns CEO
Business 16 15:47
Fake bulletin could put him inside for ten years
Business 16 16:08
International programmers write 16,700 lines per year -- Americans do 7700 lines
Business 16 16:13
Compel hands over £1,000 for deducted commission
Business 16 16:21
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