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i2 Technologies: Is the Boom Over?
Seemingly unaffected by market downturns and Y2K, i2 Technologies regularly astounds the enterprise applications software industry with record-breaking

the boom  Technologies: Is the Boom Over? i2 Technologies: Is the Boom Over? S. McVey - February 9th, 2000 Event Summary i2 Technologies recently announced financial results for its fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 1999. Once again, its 1999 revenues and earnings reached record levels. Total revenues for the full year 1999 grew to $571.1 million, a 55% increase over $369.2 in total revenues for 1998. Excluding charges of $6.6 million associated with acquisitions, net income for 1999 grew 134% to $30.1 mi

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