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Salary Survey: Engineers confront the rising tide of job, economic fears
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12/1/2008   1 comment
The engineering profession is under pressure to change and adapt as the forces of globalization and manufacturing outsourcing push executives to move resources around the globe and hire engineers in low-cost locations to reduce operational expenses.
Salary Survey: Japanese engineers looking reluctantly overseas
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12/1/2008   Post a comment
More than half of Japanese engineers have not changed employers even once, according to an EE Times Japan survey. But there's growing evidence--albeit anecdotal--that some older Japanese engineers are receptive to moving to China or Korea for a few years to fatten their retirement stash. Others are moving to the United States for permanent stay.
Fairchild files patent suit against Infineon
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12/1/2008   Post a comment
Fairchild Semiconductor filed a lawsuit against Infineon Technologies, claiming the German chip maker is infringing eight of its patents.
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