What topped the news in 2001?

Published: December 24th, 2001


Return of the dot-goners

Return of the dot-goners

Next to glamorous dot-coms, which offered IT professionals the chance to change the world and become millionaires while wearing bluejeans...

September 30th, 2001 Sharon Watson

Dot-com layoffs down slightly from April record

Dot-com layoffs down slightly from April record

Layoffs from dot-coms are down slightly in May from April's record of more than 17,000 layoffs, but the total job...

May 30th, 2001 Todd R. Weiss

University offers dot-com degrees

University offers dot-com degrees

The University of Liverpool is welcoming the technological age with open arms by introducing a new e-commerce degree, no doubt...

May 17th, 2001 No Author

Sun seeks comic relief during network slump

Sun seeks comic relief during network slump

When the going gets tough, the tough change their slogans.Sun Microsystems Inc. once proudly displayed its "We are the dot...

May 3rd, 2001 Ashlee Vance

Pace of dot-com layoffs slows in March

Pace of dot-com layoffs slows in March

Layoffs at dot-coms continued to slow in March, indicating that once-highflying Internet companies might have cut all the jobs they...

April 5th, 2001 Katie Motta

Learning from the dead

Learning from the dead

Real innovation is messy, expensive and highly inefficient. Mostly, it just doesn't work. Sure, when a really new idea delivers...

March 22nd, 2001 Frank Hayes

Seeing the upside of a downturn

Seeing the upside of a downturn

The IT world has been riding a veritable roller coaster for the last 24 months.First there was the fight (and...

March 8th, 2001 Chris Conrath

Snag the best talent

Snag the best talent

Looking to hire? Kevin might be available. He recently jumped ship from an e-commerce consulting firm. As a top-notch Java...

March 8th, 2001 Dawne Shand

Dot-coms job cuts hit record in December

Dot-coms job cuts hit record in December

Internet firms have announced 10,459 job cuts so far this month - a 19 per cent rise over November's record...

December 28th, 2000 Sharon Machlis