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Wireless Internet connections were meant to be a boon for businesses, but a technique borrowed from hobos is re-igniting the debate about possible security flaws.
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SkillSoft/SmartForce merger looms
US e-learning company SkillSoft met earnings forecasts this week, clearing another hurdle before a vote on its merger with SmartForce and possible job cuts.
August 16 in MARKETS

Analog warns on Q3 as income falls
Analog Devices, which employs over 1,400 in the Republic of Ireland, saw its net income in Q3 fall by 20pc as it issued an earnings outlook below expectations.
August 16 in MARKETS

Dell reports higher profits
Dell has posted a fiscal second quarter profit of USD501 million, beating analysts' expectations, as its worldwide shipments rose 18 percent.
August 16 in MARKETS

Alphyra revenues fall on poor UK sales
Alphyra has announced a marginal fall in revenues for the first half of 2002, with improved results overall due to reduced losses in its European business.
August 15 in MARKETS

NTL earnings rise as subscribers leave
As it works its way out of bankruptcy court, UK-based cable company NTL reported a jump in second quarter earnings as subscriber levels fell.
August 14 in MARKETS

Ebookers Ireland expands as sales jump
On-line travel company Ebookers has announced a 46 percent increase in sales for the second quarter and plans to hire additional staff in Dublin and Delhi.
August 12 in MARKETS

KPMG Consulting revenues drop by 20pc
Hurt by the Enron scandal and the IT slow down, KPMG Consulting has reported a 20 percent fall in revenues year-on-year for the fourth quarter.
August 08 in MARKETS

More strong results from Cisco
Although revenue came in behind expectations, Cisco produced strong profit margins in its fourth quarter, with net income up by over USD750 million.
August 07 in MARKETS

Lastminute losses narrow as sales climb
Internet retailer and on-line travel company Lastminute.com reported narrowing losses for its third quarter as its total value of transactions doubled.
August 07 in MARKETS

Monster says Irish jobs are safe
Monster.ie's parent company, TMP Worldwide, is expanding in Ireland, bucking a global trend at the firm, which has announced further losses and cutbacks.
August 07 in MARKETS

Baltimore restructuring shows promise
Shares in Irish e-security company Baltimore Technologies surged 27 percent in London on Monday after the company said first-half results will meet forecasts.
August 06 in MARKETS

Ryanair Web bookings reach 92pc
Ryanair has reported a 68 percent increase in first quarter net profits despite the turmoil in the industry, thanks in part to the success of it on-line operations.
August 06 in MARKETS

Adobe blames weak Q3 on Europe and Japan
Shares in Adobe Systems tumbled in after-hours trading after the software maker cut its third quarter outlook and revised earnings expectations.
August 01 in MARKETS

Irish Sky subscribers approach 250,000
Sky has increased the number of Irish subscribers to its digital service to 245,000 and plans to introduce interactive services in Ireland before the end of the year.
July 31 in MARKETS

Sky prospers as subscriptions grow
British Sky Broadcasting Group Plc reported its first profit in three years as the Rupert Murdoch controlled company gained thousands of new subscribers.
July 31 in MARKETS

Fast growing Riverdeep misses forecasts
Irish e-learning company Riverdeep recorded a 226 percent jump in yearly revenues following two acquisitions, but earnings came in slightly behind expectations.
July 31 in MARKETS

Japan's tech giants post solid results
After suffering through the high-tech slump and a recession, many of Japan's top electronics firms are once again profitable, giving hope to the sector there.
July 31 in MARKETS

Fear takes a back seat in New York
Greed overcame fear in New York on Monday as investors poured capital into an oversold stock market, pushing the Dow and the Nasdaq higher.
July 30 in MARKETS

Cost cutting helps MSL eke out a profit
Contract electronics manufacturer Manufacturers' Services Ltd. reported a small net profit in the second quarter amidst cost-cutting and a slowdown in business.
July 29 in MARKETS

Lionbridge boosts revenue estimates
Lionbridge delayed the release of its second quarter results on Friday, offering instead a trading update with optimistic forecasts.
July 29 in MARKETS

BMC revises outlook downward
BMC, an enterprise systems management provider with an Irish facility, has reported a quarterly net profit, but lowered its outlook for the rest of the year.
July 26 in MARKETS

Esat BT reaches key earnings target
Esat BT has become the first of BT's European Ignite operations to become EBITDA positive, thanks in part to a rebate it received from Eircom.
July 25 in MARKETS

Conduit profits climb as headcount falls
Directory enquiries assistance provider Conduit has announced a quarterly pre-tax profit of more than EUR1 million, which it will use to expand in the UK.
July 24 in MARKETS

Amazon cuts losses and beats forecasts
On-line retailer Amazon.com cut its losses with better than expected second quarter results, predicting a full year pro forma profit.
July 24 in MARKETS

Siemens earnings rise as sales fall
Siemens, the German electronics and engineering giant, reported a rise in third quarter earnings while sales and orders fell, as did mobile phone shipments.
July 24 in MARKETS



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