Mike Rosenfelt, former creative director at
Micron PC, has launched a business-to-business venture that marries education
to e-commerce in a new twist on the Internet-university craze.
Priceline hires Citigroup exec
Citigroup chief financial officer Heidi G.
Miller is taking a job with Priceline.com, becoming the latest in a growing number
of executives from blue chip companies to enter the online arena. Miller will
be Priceline's senior executive vice president, strategic planning and administration,
and chief financial officer. She will also join the Internet company's board of
Ford Motor Taps Trilogy Founder to Launch Net Company
Brian Kelley, president of Ford's ConsumerConnect
unit and the vice president of the automaker, said that a founder of Trilogy Software
Inc. has been tapped to lead the new venture, which will named within a month.
Lante Hires iXL Executive; Cambridge Lures Sapient Director
The e-business game of musical chairs has temporarily
stopped, leaving Sapient Corp. and iXL Inc. standing. High-flying Chicago-based
e-business integrator Lante Corp., which went public last Friday, named John Harne
its chief creative officer. Harne joins Lante from Web integrator iXL, where he
was the company's co-chief creative officer and vice president of creative services.
MicroAge Restructures To Focus On E-Business; Daniel, Manton Out
Longtime MicroAge Inc. executives Jim Daniel
and Jim Manton have left the company as part of a massive reorganization designed
to cut costs and refocus efforts on e-business. According to a press release late
Wednesday, MicroAge will "consolidate support functions and focus on e-business
Psinet CEO William Schrader hopes to feast
on the carcasses of his humongous telecom competitors--if they don't devour him
first. The 48-year-old PSINet founder is certainly not shy about expressing his
views. And arguably, he has earned the right to say what he thinks. Schrader co-founded
one of the first commercial ISPs in 1985--an outfit called NyserNet.
CEOs Must Communicate
When it comes to technology, Cosmo Santullo,
who recently became the CEO of Mirror Image, has always heard the call to serve.
Santullo, 44, has spent the bulk of his career figuring out how to fill the technological
needs of corporate America via the professional services arms of IBM and, more
recently, EMC Corp.
want to turn BlueLight into a verb.' Mark Goldstein in the Internet World interview.
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