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Articles by Laurie Sullivan
posted in November 2004
An uptick in Web shopping came Monday as consumers went back to work and took full advantage of online service tools that require high-speed broadband access.
Oracle needs to control PeopleSoft's board to remove poison pill and approve takeover
Although Oracle has won a majority of PeopleSoft's shares, PeopleSoft refuses to give in. A ruling to eliminate PeopleSoft's poison pill isn't likely, and it looks like the two are headed for a proxy battle.
While government IT execs see RFID's potential, insufficient funding and lack of guidelines on privacy and security are delaying implementation.
Intermec will use RFID technology in its own manufacturing processes and will aggressively pursue RFID business in 2005.
The $6.7 billion Canadian assembly and engineering company integrates RFID into Mexican fulfillment-center operations; global rollout may follow
A Q&A with IBM's Paul Horn reveals where the vendor sees the biggest gains from RFID and a new prototype search engine.
The vendor is launching flat-panel, touch-screen systems designed specifically for the retail market.
Business could reach $250 billion by 2015, firm estimates
Celestica is deploying RFID as part of a broader IT overhaul that includes enterprise apps.
The integration of ADP's payroll offering could be the first of many such partnerships for Microsoft.
A labor shortage and increased imports to the U.S. have overloaded West Coast ports
The RFID vendor says it will waive intellectual-property licensing fees for 60 days.
The move is one of several steps Singapore is taking to encourage widespread adoption of RFID.
Oracle's efforts to acquire the application vendor may be moving into their final phase with the $24-per-share "final offer."