Venture capital still there for dot coms
Internet entrepreneurs were yesterday given a surprisingly upbeat assesment
of the outlook for venture capital funding, but those considering an initial public
offering were warned to lay low for several months...
Government announces telecommunications inquiry
THE Productivity Commission will review competition regulation in Australia's
telecommunications sector, the Australian Federal Government said today...
O.J. plans Net chat--for a price
O.J. Simpson plans to talk to the public via the Internet within the next few
weeks, a decision he made after controversy erupted yesterday over a polygraph test he
allegedly took after his ex-wife's death...
Auction Site Surfbuzz.com Abruptly Closes
Surfbuzz.com, an Internet firm that awarded expensive prizes, became the latest dot-com failure on Tuesday when it
abruptly announced it would cease operations...
Defendant: 'Web Forgery' No Crime
A man who allegedly hijacked the computer system of a Westchester County company to send millions
of come-ons to America Online customers maintains that he committed no crime...
Developers slam Sun over Java
At the JavaOne show, partners say Sun
needs to do a better job fixing bugs and making
updated source code available...
Banks form exchange site
Seven of the world's leading financial
institutions announced Tuesday that
they formed a multi-dealer foreign
exchange service called FXall.com to
give clients low-cost access to foreign