Monday, May 09, 2005


After Cost-Cutting, MCI Posts a Small Loss
MCI Inc. posted a small loss in the first quarter as it made deep cost cuts to offset steep declines in revenue.
By KEN BELSON

I.B.M. Job Cuts Will Hit Europe Especially Hard
I.B.M.'s job cuts will fall heaviest on Germany, France, Britain and Italy, where the costs are high and growth prospects have been dim.
By MARK LANDLER

Cable's New Pitch: Reach Out and Touch Someone
Voice over Internet protocol is no longer the sole province of start-ups. Established cable providers are taking digital phones to the masses.
By KEN BELSON

Spending for a Rainy Day
The umbrella, while a sensible accessory, isn't always the most chic. Until now.
By MICHELLE SLATALLA

A Wealth of Materials That Say'Material Wealth'
New colors and new choices of leather and steel have brought a new approach to interior d├ęcor, especially to American vehicles.
By PHIL PATTON

A New Photoshop Makes Retouching Reality (Somewhat) Easier
Adobe Photoshop, the world's most popular photo-editing software, has added some new features. What could it possibly have been lacking?
By DAVID POGUE

Chip Maker Develops Denser Storage Method
Matrix Semiconductor plans to announce a breakthrough in one-gigabit chips.
By JOHN MARKOFF

Time Travelers to Meet in Not Too Distant Future
Some students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have organized what they call the first time traveler convention.
By PAM BELLUCK

Big Online Brokers in Talks About Takeovers
A takeover skirmish among three of the nation's largest online stock brokerages erupted over the weekend, potentially leading to a significant reorganization of the industry.
By ANDREW ROSS SORKIN

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