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FRANKFURT, Germany - Shares of SAP AG plunged yesterday after the business-software-maker said it saw a sudden drop in business at the end of September as global financial turmoil escalated.
Unisys Corp. said today that it has named former Gateway chief executive J. Edward (Ed) Coleman as its new chairman and CEO.
Unisys Corp. is losing its job as builder and operator of e-mail, Internet and other communications systems at airports, seaports and other transportation hubs for the federal Transportation Security Administration.
WASHINGTON - When it comes to the risks of identity theft, the U.S. government isn't taking its own advice.
Shares in Technitrol Inc., a Trevose electronic components manufacturer, fell almost 12 percent early today after it slashed its expectations for second-quarter operating profit to $12 million from $25 million.
SAN JOSE, Calif. - Hackers broke into Citibank's network of ATMs inside 7-Eleven stores this year and stole customers' PIN codes, according to recent federal court filings in New York. The documents reveal a disturbing security hole in the most sensitive part of an individual's banking record.
Checkpoint Systems Inc. said today that it has agreed to buy software developer OATSystems Inc. in an all-cash transaction expected to close in two weeks.
The last-minute rescue of the city's wireless network by a group of local investors yesterday means that free outdoor Internet access is now available to all Philadelphians.
A group of local investors will rescue the city's trailblazing wireless network from what seemed like imminent shutdown, with a new for-profit company that will replace Earthlink Inc. as the system's operator, according to multiple sources close to the deal.
ALBANY, N.Y. - Internet providers Verizon Communications Inc., Sprint Nextel Corp., and Time Warner Cable Inc. have agreed to block access to child pornography and eliminate the material from their servers, New York's attorney general said yesterday.
BRUSSELS, Belgium - Printers and copiers could be the weak link in many corporate cyber defenses, the European Union's information security agency warned today.
Quarterly profit at International Business Machines Corp. leaped 26 percent and blew past analysts' forecasts yesterday, with U.S. operations showing surprising strength given the faltering economy. IBM also increased its earnings forecast for the year.
When a new interactive lottery game is field-tested this summer by the Pennsylvania Lottery, the ink on the electronic scratch ticket will come from something that may surprise you: nanotechnology.