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Business News : Monday, March 10, 1997

Internet wars: Money's no object at Microsoft

Microsoft is one of the world's richest companies, and the people steering it into the future are spending whatever it takes to get there - and get there first. Full Story.


Local News : Sunday, March 9, 1997

Internet wars: Can Microsoft rule the web?

Just over a year ago, there was talk that Microsoft was too big, slow and set in its ways to "get the Net." Then, the giant of Redmond awoke, and today it's breathing fire on the competition. Full Story.


Tech News : March 11, 1997

Internet Wars: Business battle of the '90s

For millions of Internet users, surfing the World Wide Web is as easy as channel hopping on the TV or changing lanes on the freeway. *EXTRA!* Full Story.


Tech News : March 11, 1997

Key dates in Microsoft's quest for the Net

Full Story.


Business News : Monday, March 10, 1997

Inside the heart of the money machine

Full Story.


Tech News : March 12, 1997

Microsoft set to issue browser preview

Microsoft will release a preliminary version of its Internet Explorer 4.0 Web browser by the end of the month, Internet market chief Brad Chase said here yesterday. Full Story.


National News : Sunday, March 9, 1997

More problems are discovered in Microsoft's Web browser

Two more flaws have been found in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser, just days after the company said it repaired a similar problem. Full Story.


Tech News : March 10, 1997

Microsoft improves Gaming Zone

Microsoft today announced several improvements to its Internet Gaming Zone, a site on the World Wide Web where computer-game enthusiasts can play against each other. Full Story.


Tech News : March 9, 1997

Codie Awards laud the best software

Among the winners of the Software Publishers Association awards, announced last week in ceremonies in San Diego, were some of the stalwarts of the Northwest tech community: Microsoft, Corbis and Starwave. Full Story.


Q&A : March 9, 1997

Stacking SIMM slots is quick fix for more space

I have a 386 computer with four megabytes of RAM with a large hard drive. I would like to upgrade to eight megabytes of RAM but have been told I can't upgrade because my motherboard wouldn't accommodate it. Full Story.


Business News : Thursday, March 13, 1997

Stephen H. Dunphy's Newsletter

A daily newsletter linking people, trends and news important to the Northwest. Full Story.


Feature Story : March 9, 1997

Erik Lacitis: Hacker's world - an exploration into the quasi-underworld of computerdom

Full Story.


Business News : Sunday, March 9, 1997

Greg Heberlein's Wall Street Recap: This big event gets two thumbs up

The 11th annual Piper Jaffray Pacific Northwest Conference last week was awesome. Full Story.


Sports News : Wednesday, March 12, 1997

The NFL opens its door to Paul Allen

NFL owners have voted to allow themselves to own a team in another sport, paving the way for Paul Allen's acquisition of the Seattle Seahawks. Full Story.


Business News : Tuesday, March 11, 1997

Black ventures BET joins forces with `white' for capital

The days of many wholly black-owned businesses may be numbered as they become, more or less, victims of their own success. Full Story.


Opinion/Editorials : Monday, March 10, 1997

Will they put a marker on I-605 to Concrete Al?

The crunch has come to Interstate 405, the Eastside's river of life, and predictions are that it cannot - will not - accept the number of cars destined for its broad shoulders. Full Story.


Tech News : March 7, 1997

AOL chief prepares to add members
Service to `move on' once troubles fixed

Steve Case brought too many people to America Online. Now he's ready to bring more. Full Story.


Local News : Wednesday, March 12, 1997

Seahawk backers, speak up!

The chief legislative cheerleader for a new football stadium for the Seahawks says the financing plan was defeated this week - although not necessarily for good - because there wasn't enough noise from the crowd. Full Story.


Entertainment News : Thursday, March 13, 1997

Discovering Seattle's fringe benefits

Some people DO theater, and some people don't. This week, both are wandering Capitol Hill for a peek at the cutting edge of performing arts. Full Story.


Business News : Sunday, March 9, 1997

Stephen H. Dunphy's Economic Memo

A weekly look at the regional and national economies and how they work -- or don't work. Full Story.


Local News : Sunday, March 9, 1997

Jean Godden column: Stress is here, there, everywhere

Stress is everywhere, but at last somebody's doing something about it. Channel 9 is promising to sort out causes of stress and offer some solutions at 8 p.m. Wednesday on "How Serious Is This?" Full Story.


Business News : Tuesday, March 11, 1997

Bank of America offers benefits to gay partners

Bank of America, the third-largest U.S. bank, said it would extend health benefits to the domestic partners of its gay or heterosexual U.S. employees starting next year. Full Story.


Opinion/Editorials : Sunday, March 9, 1997

Ross Anderson column: There ought to be a law against making silly laws

THREE thousand bills. That's the Gross Legislative Product after two months of politics in Olympia. Three thousand things our elected lawmakers propose to do for us, or to us. Full Story.


Business News : Wednesday, March 12, 1997

Stephen H. Dunphy's Newsletter

A daily newsletter linking people, trends and news important to the Northwest. Full Story.


Local News : Wednesday, March 12, 1997

Crowd reviews Bellevue city plan

Creating the vision for the future of downtown Bellevue was the easy part. Bringing focus to the wide-ranging initiative is another matter. Full Story.


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