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Sage mulls Exact bid

Sage is mulling over a £430m bid for Exact, a Dutch accountancy rival, according to the Independent on Sunday.
Drew Cullen, 06 May 2002
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Samsung ships DDR400 to the masses

Samsung today began shipping DDR400 P3200 modules in volume. They're available in 128MB and 256MB densities through distribution, while the 512MB should ship at the end of May.
Drew Cullen, 06 May 2002
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Macromedia aims high with MX architecture

Last week Macromedia Inc launched its all-new product line under the MX brand. Looking a little deeper into the underlying technology, CTO Jeremy Allaire talked to ComputerWire about some details of the architecture. For the last 18 months, he revealed, Macromedia has been building this next-generation suite, which aims to …
ComputerWire, 06 May 2002
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Hynix ex-CEO stays on to pursue sale

Park Chong Sup, who stepped down as CEO of Hynix Semiconductor Inc after its protracted merger talks with Micron Technologies collapsed last week, will remain in charge of the company's effort to dispose of its debt-crippled DRAM business. Co-president Park Sang Ho has been named as his successor. The ex-CEO's continued …
ComputerWire, 06 May 2002