Tuesday, September 06, 2005


Led Into Temptation? Who Wasn't?
Before he became the embodiment of Wall Street wrongdoing during the Internet bubble, Henry Blodget wanted to be a writer. And now he is doing exactly that.

Australian Court Rules Kazaa Has Violated Copyrights
An Australian court ruled on Monday that the file-sharing network Kazaa violated music copyrights and ordered the company to modify its software to help prevent it.
WAYNE ARNOLD

When Your PC Is on the Fritz, Who You Gonna Call?
I was having commitment problems. Not with a relationship. This was more serious - this was with my computer.
ALINA TUGEND

Why the Internet Isn't the Death of the Post Office
Even in this age of technology many Americans still look forward to discovering what each day's mail might hold.
JAMES FALLOWS

A Major Backfire in Japan Deflates Vodafone's One-Size-Fits-All Strategy
Service problems, a botched rollout of its third-generation phone network and a skimpy lineup of new handsets have driven away Vodafone's Japanese customers in droves.
MARTIN FACKLER and KEN BELSON

A'Weather Nerd'in Indiana Sent a Warning to the Mayor
A 23-year-old with no formal meteorological training has drawn widespread praise for his hurricane blog, which urged New Orleans residents to leave the city two days before the mayor issued an evacuation order.
ANDREW ADAM NEWMAN

Paper or Online? Many Bank Customers Still Pick the Old Way
While millions of consumers swear by the simplicity of online banking, millions of others - often older and wealthy - are holding out.
ERIC DASH

When Corporate Relatives Play Hardball
A longtime relationship between Nextel Partners and Nextel is at loggerheads, and Wall Street is stoking the fire.
ANDREW ROSS SORKIN

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