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CNNMoney: Amazon's cloud is back, but still hazyupdated: Mon Apr 25 2011 09:21:00

Commercial websites that use Amazon's cloud of Web services are still struggling after last week's outage, though many of the affected sites are back online.

Amazon says WikiLeaks violated its terms of serviceupdated: Fri Dec 03 2010 11:27:00

Amazon Web Services denied Thursday that a government inquiry -- or even a massive denial-of-service attack -- prompted it to kick WikiLeaks off its servers.

CNNMoney: Amazon, PayPal go toe to toeupdated: Mon Aug 06 2007 06:02:00

Amazon.com Inc. has opened its payment system to other Web sites in a move that would pit it against eBay Inc's PayPal.

CNNMoney: Amazon offers shipping for eBay itemsupdated: Fri Apr 27 2007 07:36:00

Amazon.com, the world's largest e-tailer, is expanding a program designed to allow independent sellers - including those on eBay - to use its network of distribution centers to store and ship their products, according to a report published Friday.

Business 2.0: Suddenly Everything's Coming up Widgetsupdated: Mon Oct 02 2006 11:51:00

Ed Anuff spent nearly eight years building portals for large corporations. But now he wants to reverse all that to become part of a movement that's exploding the Web into millions of tiny chunks an...

Business 2.0: How BEA got its groove backupdated: Fri May 19 2006 10:45:00

SAN FRANCISCO (Business 2.0 Magazine) - It's not easy being the man in the middle.

Business 2.0: Start Spreading the Newsupdated: Fri Jul 01 2005 00:01:00

A LITTLE OVER TWO YEARS AGO, in March 2003, I wrote the very first Face Time—a column that asked if Silicon Valley was turning into the new Detroit. In support of this suggestion, I cited a bunch o...

Business 2.0: The Great Giveawayupdated: Fri Apr 01 2005 00:01:00

The meeting had dragged on for more than an hour, and a restless Jeff Bezos had heard enough. Three years ago, in one of Amazon's Seattle offices, the CEO had rounded up 15 or so senior engineers a...

Fortune: I've Seen the Real Future of Tech--And It Is Virtual A major transformation is coming, making far-flung networks updated: Mon Apr 14 2003 00:01:00

It wasn't quite the dot-com craze, but back in the early 1990s there was a burst of excitement for what was called the virtual corporation. The idea--a great one, really--came from a book of that t...

Fortune: 'The Magic Continues' In the gloom of the tech world, America's richest man sees good things ahead. Q&A with updated: Mon Feb 03 2003 00:01:00

It makes sense that Bill Gates would be tech's biggest optimist. For one, it's hard to be down when you're holding $33 billion of Microsoft stock. Then there's the fact that even in 2002's IT slump...

FSB: Stay (Just a Little Bit Longer): Hotel Servicesupdated: Sat Feb 01 2003 00:01:00

When staying at a hotel, who among us has not had to suffer through a dial-up connection that would have been blazing fast in 1985? Hotels are finally reaching out to tech-needy travelers, evidence...

Fortune: Software Doesn't Work. Customers Are In Revolt. Here's The Plan. It's simple: Build software people will updated: Mon Nov 25 2002 00:01:00

If there's one thing an effective empire builder needs, it's a good map. Microsoft's map for reshaping and reviving the world of business software can be found on floor two of Building Four on the ...

Fortune: Beyond Buzz Words After "e" and the wretched excesses of Internet mania, here are seven trends that really matter to business.updated: Mon Mar 18 2002 00:01:00

Yes, these are dog days for technology. Stocks have been hammered. Programmers are out of work. Many companies have disappeared, and those still around have been humbled. And no matter how you look...

FSB: Live Free and Die on the Net Use free Web services today, and you'll pay for it later.updated: Thu Feb 01 2001 00:01:00

Never trust a thin chef. These words come from a cousin of mine, who is a chef, and, yes, is a little heavyset. The Web version of this is the free Web service. If it's so good, why isn't it chargi...

FSB: Top Trends Of The New Year The business of predicting the future isn't pretty. We pick ten hot developments anyway.updated: Fri Dec 01 2000 00:01:00

Nostradamus had it easy. He could write cryptic four-line poems and make vague predictions, letting the generations to come debate whether he was a seer or a faker. We here at FSB are held to a hig...

Fortune: Webware For Rent A new generation of companies wants to run your software and systems. Here are the ABC's of outsourcing for theupdated: Mon Sep 06 1999 00:01:00

Outside, the building could not be more ordinary--it's indistinguishable from hundreds of other offices dotting Silicon Valley. You'd never suspect that inside are computers running services, like ...

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