E-Loan staff sacked as News Corp venture stumbles
E-Loan, the Australian online mortgage broking service
partly funded by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp, has
sacked the bulk of its staff after loan volumes were much
lower than anticipated...
LibertyOne close to going broke
The financial problems of former internet high-flyer
LibertyOne have worsened, the company revealing yesterday
it had only enough cash to last to the end of the year...
NSI vs Melb IT on foreign names
MELBOURNE IT, struggling on the share market after
predicting declining domain name sales, will face further
pressure due to the decision of Network Solutions to muscle
in on its multilingual domain business...
Telstra dallies on LookSmart deal
The Telstra Corp board has failed to sign off on the
company's $US120m strategic stake in the internet
search engine LookSmart, delaying any decision until
Telstra directors next convene...
Making a Game of Web Searches
Knowledge may be power, but browsing skills are worth
cash on Web Challenge, a new contest being pitched to
the networks. Will Netizens give up Web searching to
watch it on TV?...
New Philippines virus a low risk
Bug is spreading, but not in U.S., government agency
says. Bearing a resemblance to the 'Love' bug, the virus
was first detected on Friday and has been infecting
some computer users...
Workers Say Internet Is a Vital Tool
For many Americans, Internet access is not just a workplace distraction, but a key
component of their jobs, a new report says...
Labor Unions Turn to Cyberspace
Like their counterparts in business, labor leaders in the United States have increasingly
turned to the Internet to find new customers, keep the old ones and sharpen their...