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Napier said his company’s clients are spending about 10 percent more than a year ago because their businesses are picking up. When online retailers receive a crush of sales, for example, they pay Rackspace for more computer capacity.
"We’re making more money than we’ve ever made," Napier said. "We’re optimistic about 2012."
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