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Haapaniemi, Peter, Chief Executive (U.S.)


www.kmonline.com

Since intangible "knowledge" is hard enough to locate, knowledge management is one of the more complex challenges a CEO faces today. (For more on this subject, see this month's roundtable, "Harnessing Knowledge," p. 52). The focus at this site is on the technology behind knowledge management, and the companies that create those systems. A Daily Newswire section offers headlines, and the news is sliced further in several ways: People looks at executive career moves; Bottomline looks at stocks and investments in the industry; and Dealmakers looks at company alliances and contracts. Longer features explore on-line employee training, the reduction of product development times, and knowledge management in the insurance industry. The site also offers links-along with ratings and descriptions-to other knowledge management-oriented sites.

www.allec.com

A kind of on-line digest, allECommerce rounds up news from sources such as the BBC, Reuters, AP, C/Net, and The New York Times. Stories are presented as short summaries, along with links to the original sources. In addition to general electronic commerce news-updated several times each day-the site also offers reports on specific topics in categories such as Electronic Transaction & Banking; Encryption, Security & Privacy Government & Legal; and Marketing News. Overall, the site provides a quick, concise, and up-to-date look at what's happening in the field.

www.annualreportservice.com

There aren't a lot of bells and whistles here: Just search for the annual reports of more than 1,500 companies, and then either download the one you want or read it online. …

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