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  • Judge Allows Deposition Of Dell Inc. Executive

    Judge Allows Deposition Of Dell Inc. Executive
    A state court judge has ordered the deposition of Dell Inc. Chief Executive Michael Dell in a civil lawsuit over crime cameras in New Orleans. Judge Rosemary Ledet also said she would set a contempt of court hearing requested by plaintiffs' attorneys...
  • Sun Microsystems remains a work in progress

    Q: Please clear up my confusion over Sun Microsystems Inc. Does the company have a good future? -- M.L., via the Internet A: The leading supplier of networked computing products, which stumbled badly for several years after the Internet bubble burst, had...
  • Faithful await Apple's vision

    Faithful await Apple's vision
    Apple Inc. had an incredible 2007. It launched the iPhone, saw a huge uptick in Macintosh computers sales and enjoyed the near doubling of its stock price. As people flock to the annual Macworld Conference & Expo here this week, one thing is less clear:...
  • For old gear: Here are ways to dispose of electronic devices responsibly.

    Americans dump hundreds of millions of electronic devices each year as they rush to adopt the latest technology. Less than 13% get recycled, according to the Electronics TakeBack Coalition, an advocacy group in San Francisco. The rest end up in landfills....
  • Virtual world trailblazer steps aside

    The founder and chief executive of the company that runs the popular online virtual world Second Life said Friday that he would step down to make room for a new leader who could expand the company. Philip Rosedale, 39, will become chairman of San...
  • Madoff trustee wants $199 million back from brother, sons and niece

     
    Four Madoff family members who worked at Bernard L. Madoff???s investment firm may not have known about his epic Ponzi scheme -- but they certainly should have, according to a lawsuit filed today by the government-appointed trustee liquidating the...
  • Consumer Confidential: Healthcare stocks, healthier chips, new smart phone

     
    Here's your misanthropically Monday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --Remember all that talk about "socialized medicine" and a "government takeover of healthcare"? Well, here's all you need to know about the reform package that cleared the...
  • HP outbids Dell to pay $2.4 billion for 3Par

     
    Computer maker Dell Inc. withdrew Thursday from the three-week bidding war over tiny data-storage company 3Par Inc., which quickly accepted the offer of $33 a share from Dell rival Hewlett-Packard Co. HP's final bid -- which values the Fremont, Calif.,...
  • Judge Finds Dell Inc. In Contempt

    A state court judge has found Dell Inc. in contempt of court for what the plaintiffs have alleged to be piecemeal production of documents in a civil lawsuit over the ew Orleans crime camera system. Orleans Parish Civil Court judge Rosemary Ledet also...
  • Dell Seeks Dismissal From N.O. Crime Camera Suit

    Dell Seeks Dismissal From N.O. Crime Camera Suit
    Dell Inc. wants to be dismissed from a lawsuit over New Orleans' crime camera program, disputing claims it used confidential information to rip off a camera system set up by two other companies. The request for dismissal comes with a September trial date...
  • Attorney: Ex-tech Chief Target Of Probe

    New Orleans' former technology chief Greg Meffert is a target of a criminal investigation, one of his attorneys said Friday in seeking to have him excluded from a looming civil trial over the problem-plagued crime camera system Meffert once oversaw....
  • Former project manager takes stand in camera trial

    Former project manager takes stand in camera trial
    A former project manager of New Orleans' crime camera program testified Wednesday that a surveillance system developed by two local companies was unlike any he had seen in 2003, the time when the city was seeking to establish a program to help curb...