Efforts to deal with the year 2000 computer problem are producing a good news-bad news scenario. The good news is that many companies, including some of the nation's largest wholesalers, are already taking active steps to bring their various automated systems into year-2000 compliance. And the bad news? In mapping the issue's size and scope, information technology executives are noting that the problem extends beyond the boundaries of individual companies. With so many industry ...

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