July 2000
Network World;07/10/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 28, p8
Trade Publication
Presents news briefs pertaining to the Internet and computer industries in the United States as of July 10, 2000. Ray Lane's resignation as president and chief executive officer of Oracle; Predicted growth of network processors; Microsoft's hiring of a law firm that has expertise in Supreme Court matters.


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