Two former politicians have become board members of local Internet companies.
Stories by Ellen Cresswell
Acquisition-hungry Solution 6 has been beaten to the punch in its bid for UK-based Pegasus Group.
Andersen Consulting will take up to a 20 per cent equity stake in e-commerce startups under a three-year $US1.2 billion dot-com strategy.
Managers looking to fill vacant IT positions should expand their searches beyond traditional methods, according to Morgan & Banks.
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu has joined the dot-com race taking a 20 per cent capital stake in local e-content provider Eclipse Group.
Westpac plans to join its competitor, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, in outsourcing its IT and telecommunications infrastructure.
In a tumultuous year that included being dumped by retailer Harvey Norman and the launch of its controversial retail strategy, Compaq Computer Corp. has posted positive local financial results.
Massive internal reorganisation, including staff reductions, has paid off for Compaq, posting positive local financial results.
Local electronic purchasing developer Streamlink has warded off international competition to pick up a global award from IBM.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has extended its online trading service to include US share trading.
Users have discovered the dual-band CDMA-analogue handsets suffer chronic battery drainage when using the analogue network.
After committing $100 million to e-commerce projects last year, NSW road service and insurance giant NRMA has announced a major Web site redesign.
Local Lotus Notes developer Sentor Communications has been acquired by Independent Systems Integrators (ISI) for an undisclosed amount.
Australian enterprises are unperturbed by this week's Y2K failure of a swipe-card banking system in the UK, with major local corporations expecting a very quiet evening tonight.
Local systems integrator Ipex has been awarded a $130 million, five-year outsourcing contract for the Group 8 Commonwealth agencies.