Articles By Brian Sullivan

GM’s Scott on wireless cars and software crashes

GM’s Scott on wireless cars and software crashes

Although the age of gasoline-powered cars may not yet be over, cars are becoming less mechanically complicated and more software-...

May 8th, 2003 Brian Sullivan
Deutsche Bank tries to marry wireless and security

Deutsche Bank tries to marry wireless and security

A company looking to beef up the security of its wireless operations should start with its own policies and standards,...

May 7th, 2003 Brian Sullivan
Record IT federal spending, MANs seen as major trends

Record IT federal spending, MANs seen as major trends

Record IT spending by the federal government and the introduction of new concepts, such as 802.16 metropolitan-area networks (MAN), are...

May 7th, 2003 Brian Sullivan
EBay, Amazon hit with privacy complaints

EBay, Amazon hit with privacy complaints

Officials at Junkbusters Corp. and the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) held a joint news conference late Tuesday morning in...

April 21st, 2003 Brian Sullivan
Job cuts decimating telecom sector

Job cuts decimating telecom sector

More than one of every five jobs lost in the United States in the past six months came from the...

July 16th, 2002 Brian Sullivan
Job cuts decimating telecom sector

Job cuts decimating telecom sector

More than one of every five jobs lost in the U.S. in the past six months came from the telecommunications...

July 8th, 2002 Brian Sullivan
Study: Job cuts decimating telecommunications sector

Study: Job cuts decimating telecommunications sector

More than one of every five jobs lost in the U.S. in the past six months came from the telecommunications...

July 7th, 2002 Brian Sullivan
Online marketing firm sued over pop-up ads

Online marketing firm sued over pop-up ads

Seven major news organizations will ask a U.S. District Court judge in Virginia on July 12 to stop online advertising...

June 30th, 2002 Brian Sullivan
Cap Gemini to reorganize, lay off at least 2,500

Cap Gemini to reorganize, lay off at least 2,500

Cap Gemini Ernst & Young will immediately cut 2,500 jobs and re-evaluate 3,000 more by January in an effort to...

June 27th, 2002 Brian Sullivan
GE sells its B-to-B exchange for US$800 million

GE sells its B-to-B exchange for US$800 million

Some analysts are suggesting that General Electric Co. is leaving the business-to-business arena because it couldn't make any money. But...

June 24th, 2002 Brian Sullivan