EWeek's Ellen Muraskin makes an interesting case. When vendors score large contracts, their marketing departments push hard to get customer clearance to announce the win and in the blink of an eye issue news releases.
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RSS-maven Steve Gillmor says that those who are down on Google have it all wrong and that if the bump in the company's market capitilization on its opening day of trading isn't enough to convince you, then a look under the hood of Google's strategy should be.
After three years of service as chief marketing officer and executive vice president, Tod Nielsen is moving on from BEA.
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