As the Web revolutionizes business, more news organizations are rushing to polish their Web sites. If you need to know something-anything, really-you'll likely find the answer fastest by looking to these "best of breed" news and information sites, including:
CNN (http://www.cnn.com) If it's news-national, international, business or state-you'll probably find it at this well-organized site.
Money Net (http://www.moneynet.com/home/MONEYNET/homepage/homepage.asp) This site is crammed with breaking financial news provided by Reuters news agency.
Quicken.com/Small Business (http://www.quicken.com/small_business) Get the scoop on taxes, borrowing and most things financial at this rich site.
Quote.com (http://www.quote.com) Track stock movements here.
The Motley Fool (http://www.fool.com) Still irreverent about investments, the Fools still have one of the Net's best and most popular sites.
The Weather Channel (http://www.weather.com/twc/homepage.twc) Get speedy weather reports about your own area, travel destinations or pretty much any place you request.
My Netscape (http://www.mynetscape.com) Create a Web start page using Netscape's tools. Tech news, business news, even a personalized horoscope are yours with just a little effort.