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Sprint’s Forsee: Reorganization ‘changing the culture of the company’

Nov 05, 20032 mins

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Sprint’s Forsee: Reorganization ‘changing the culture of the company’, 11/05/03

Sprint CEO Gary Forsee said the carrier’s reorganization plan is well underway and all pieces should be in place by Jan. 1.

Novell prepares to take on Red Hat, 11/04/03

Novell’s purchase of Linux developer SuSE Linux sets the company up to build a full portfolio of Linux-based software and to challenge Red Hat as the leading vendor of corporate Linux products, Novell executives said Tuesday in a conference call following announcement of the $210 million acquisition.

Network Appliance buys Spinnaker Networks, 11/04/03

Network Appliance (NetApp) is buying privately-held Spinnaker Networks for about $300 million in an all-stock deal aimed at boosting Network Appliance’s high-end storage products line and getting its “storage grid” architecture to market more quickly, executives from the companies said Tuesday.

Settlement foes propose stiffer remedies in Microsoft case, 11/04/03

The antitrust settlement between Microsoft and the U.S. Department of Justice needs to be amended because it doesn’t ensure competition between Microsoft and its rivals, the state of Massachusetts and an IT industry group argued Tuesday.

Capellas looks to the future, 11/04/03

MCI  CEO Michael Capellas this week mapped out the carrier’s 18-month product plan only days after receiving some of the best news the carrier has probably heard in well over a year.

Sun looks for partners in per-user licensing, 11/04/03

At its SunNetwork user conference in Berlin next month, Sun plans to announce the first independent software vendors that have signed up to distribute their software along with Sun’s Java …