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Free Rides Now Passé on Information Highway
By SAUL HANSELL
For a while a determined freeloader could find a Web site that would pick up the tab for all sorts of goods and services. Those days are gone.

Web Archive Opens a New Realm of Research
By JAMES GLANZ
A Web archive is transforming the quality of scientific research at institutions that are geographically isolated and, in many cases, financially precarious.

Computer Associates Officials Defend Accounting Methods
By ALEX BERENSON
Responding to a report by The New York Times, Computer Associates said that its accounting conformed to standard rules and that it had not inflated its results.

A Solid April Takes Some of the Sting Out of Winter Losses
By MICHAEL BRICK
Technology stocks posted moderate gains Monday as the Nasdaq composite index ended its best month in percentage terms since June.

Monster.com Ends Suits on Ex-Workers
By THE NEW YORK TIMES
Monster.com and its corporate parent, T.M.P. Worldwide, have dropped 20 lawsuits they filed a little over a month ago against Monster.com's former president, William Warren.

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By THE NEW YORK TIMES
Expedia posted its first quarterly operating profit a year ahead of plan and said earnings for the current quarter and next fiscal year would probably beat Wall Street expectations.

Internet Security Sees Earnings Above Estimates
By REUTERS
Internet Security Systems said that it will buy Network ICE Corporation for about $195 million in stock, and it expects fiscal 2001 earnings above estimates.


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• Broadcom Says Networking Firms Working Down Inventory
• MicroStrategy's Loss Narrows, Sending Stock Higher
• I.B.M. Unveils New Networking Chips
• Compaq Sees Corporate Venture Capital Growing
• Texas Instruments Says No Change in Guidance
• Oracle Says Sales Outlook Still Cloudy
• Intel Invests in Israeli Start-Up InfoCyclone
• ExciteAtHome Laying Off 380 Workers

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Apple unwraps thinner, cheaper iBooks 11:50 a.m. ET

Net company abandons McVeigh Webcast 11:20 a.m. ET

PSINet defaults on financial agreements 10:15 a.m. ET

Siemens to make stronger U.S. push 9:40 a.m. ET

EarthLink offers speedy Net by satellite 9:40 a.m. ET

Citigroup, Microsoft ring up Net-pay pact 8:00 a.m. ET

Dot-coms still shutting at quick pace 7:15 a.m. ET

Criticism of Flash grows with its popularity 3:55 a.m. ET

Siemens has sights on U.S. expansion 9:00 p.m. ET

Gadzoox misses estimates amid revenue plunge 7:50 p.m. ET

Will Windows XP be postponed until 2002? 5:20 p.m. ET

Will Windows XP be postponed till 2002? 5:20 p.m. ET

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