March 2002
Adweek Magazines' Technology Marketing;Mar2002, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p6
Trade Publication
Presents updates related to the U.S. computer industry as of March 2002. Launch of the improved Web site of 'The Wall Street Journal,' newspaper; Acquisition of NetAcumen company by Responsys company; Introduction of the Computing on Demand Strategy program from Compaq company; Launch of the international advertising campaign of Xerox company.


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