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Video: Christensen on disruption in health care
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1/29/2009   Post a comment
Health care will follow the model of the computer industry, creating waves of disruption with increasingly de-centralized systems and services, according to business guru Clayton Christensen who is spending time lobbying lawmakers to help make it come true.
Feu vert de Bruxelles pour Crolles 3
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1/29/2009   Post a comment
La commission Européenne a donné son accord pour le support financier de 457 million euros (environ $600 million) accordé par la France au programme Nano2012 R&D.
Intel loses another round against EU regulators
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1/28/2009   Post a comment
The European Court of First Instance has rejected Intel's attempt to delay publication of the European Commission's findings on the anti-trust allegations against the chip maker.
Analysis: 'Unique' recession dogged by complex responses
1/22/2009   Post a comment
As electronics sales plummet and companies dust off survival strategies, it's fast dawning on high-tech market executives and especially those in the semiconductor segment that the industry is confronting a downturn like no other.
ADI sees sales declining 25-30 percent
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1/20/2009   Post a comment
Analog Devices, Inc. said quarterly sales may decline 25 to 30 percent for its first quarter of fiscal 2009 ending January 31, an additional 5 to 10 percent worse than its previous projections.
"Green" panels, issues set to dominate in FPDs
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1/19/2009   Post a comment
Flat panel displays are expected to become significantly more environmentally friendly over the next few years, and 70 percent of FPD shipments will tout a variety of “green” features by 2012, according to market research group DisplaySearch.
Ireland wins R&D projects from Japanese groups
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1/19/2009   Post a comment
The pending loss of over a thousand manufacturing jobs in Ireland following Dell’s decision to shift manufacturing to Poland is being partially redressed with the creation of several hundred electronics industry related R&D jobs in the country.
Analysis: Nortel hits a debt iceberg; can it survive?
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1/14/2009   Post a comment
Nortel's bankruptcy filing, while offering temporary relief from creditors, could eventually help sink the company, ending one of the more compelling sagas in North America's telecommunications equipment market.
U.S. lead in patents narrows
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1/14/2009   Post a comment
The U.S. lead in patents slipped slightly in 2008, according to a report that comes amid an all time high in patent filings in the U.S—including a record in patents issued to IBM Corp.--but growing concern about the quality of patents.
Analysis: ST is carrying the torch for Europe's IC market
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1/14/2009   Post a comment
Amidst the economic turmoil, STMicroelectronics is emerging as the most likely beneficiary of Europe's multiyear and now rapidly accelerating restructuring of the regional high-tech market.

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