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An ASP With Healthy Vitals
Healtheon/WebMD to Invest up to $100 million in InfoCure's VitalWorks.com Subsidiary.

healtheon  Corporation (Nasdaq:INCX) announced that Healtheon/WebMD (Nasdaq:HLTH) has agreed to invest up to $100 million in InfoCure's newly formed subsidiary VitalWorks.com. Healtheon/WebMD will immediately purchase $10 million in cash convertible preferred stock with an additional $90 million ($40 million in cash and $50 million of Healtheon/WebMD common stock) invested at the completion of VitalWorks.com's impending IPO. The investment is still subject to regulatory approval and approval of both companies board Read More...
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Microsoft Eats its Own Dog Food With SQL Server 2000
Microsoft announced that they are running 20 critical internal systems, including their worldwide sales data warehouse, on SQL Server 2000. In the vendor world

healtheon  Company, Dell Computer Corp., Healtheon/WebMD, Lucent Technologies Inc., MasterCard International Inc., Northern Telecom Ltd., Paccar Inc., Schlumberger Electronics Transactions, Siemens AG, and Visa U.S.A. Microsoft states that SQL Server 2000 will offer scalability and reliability for the largest Web and corporate applications through groundbreaking support for software scale-out, high-end hardware platforms and state-of-the-art networking and storage technologies. With the industry's most modern Read More...

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