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Protecting Your Critical Business Information With The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act

Computerization has evolved to the stage where nearly every business maintains its vital information on computers. by: Nathaniel (Nick) Akerman Dorsey & Whiteney LLP Fortunately, the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA)1 has emerged…

"Negotiate Effectively and Create Win-Win Solutions Without Giving In" MSU

The Montana State University Extension Service is sponsoring a women’s leadership course on June 14, 2002 as part of Extension’s "Woman’s Week" event. The course, called "Negotiate Effectively and Create Win-Win Solutions Without Giving In"…

Hi-Tech Start-Up Tips

CBS Radio News Tech Analyst Larry Magid has some tips for would-be hi-tech entrepreneurs. It’s too soon to be certain, but there are signs that the tech industry could be on the verge of a…

Micron grant funds new Boise State high-tech marketing program

Professionals working in high-tech markets, as well as those considering entering that arena, will benefit from a new program offered by Boise State University´s College of Business and Economics, university officials say. The high-tech marketing…

Entrepreneurship Is Fun. Then There’s the Day Job.

During work breaks at KHWB, a television station in Houston, most of Annette Rainesalo’s colleagues would relax with a cup of coffee or a cigarette. She would head to her car and call prospective clients…

Menlo Park venture firm keeps up investing pace- NEA thinking long term

New Enterprise Associates is running against the herd. At a time when some venture firms are closing their doors or slashing investments in start-ups, Menlo Park’s NEA has barely blinked. It has poured more money…

Rules for entrepreneurs

It’s too soon to be certain, but there are signs the tech industry could be on the verge of a comeback. If or when that happens, you can be sure of two things: there will…

Panel offers tips on protecting ideas- Experts say companies’ futures at stake

Protecting intellectual property is critical to a company´s future, business leaders were told during a panel discussion Friday. The program, which featured a panel of experts discussing intellectual property issues, was sponsored by the Boise…

When drinks need an ID -Women’s trinkets tag wineglasses

All they wanted to do was make enough money to get back to California’s wine country. Instead, Ellen Petti and Derri Greene launched a business that logged $6.5 million in sales in its second full…

Enterprise 101: Secure the moneybag

Wendy Wahl, chief executive officer of TraceDetect, logged more than 45 hours in the past eight months asking investors for one thing: money. By Tricia Duryee Seattle Times Eastside business reporter That’s 20 presentations, 90…

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