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Medtech prognosis: Going digital, under stress
News & Analysis  
2/22/2011   5 comments
As the health care industry transitions to digital networked technology, medtech providers face increasingly complex global regulations, insurance reimbursement rules and VC funding pressures.
Medtech prognosis: Going digital, under stress
News & Analysis  
2/22/2011   5 comments
As the health care industry transitions to digital networked technology, medtech providers face increasingly complex global regulations, insurance reimbursement rules and VC funding pressures.
Apple surges to top in mobile PC shipments
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2/18/2011   13 comments
Thanks to surging iPad sales, Apple soared to the top of the heap in worldwide mobile PC shipments in the fourth quarter, according to market research firm DisplaySearch.
AMD terminates sales deal with IBM
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2/15/2011   Post a comment
AMD announced that the company terminated an accounts receivable agreement with IBM's global financing group.
Nokia's CEO likens company to burning oil rig
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2/9/2011   10 comments
A leaked internal memo from Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has read the proverbial "riot act" to the company's staff by likening the company to an oil worker facing death on a burning oil rig.
What’s your company’s competitive essence?
Blog  
2/7/2011   1 comment
As companies struggle to adapt business models to the global economy, Accenture advises they start with the basic task of identifying their "competitive essence."
China devotes its energy to green development
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2/7/2011   14 comments
China is becoming a dominant player in clean energy, with government-backed development support for wind, solar, electric vehicles and the batteries that power them.


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