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In the fourth part of an exclusive series reporting the growing links between China and the Triangle, writer and entrepreneur Grace Ueng discusses best business practices with three Triangle executives who know the risks and challenges. The four gathered recently at an event put on by the North Carolina Chinese Business Association.
Rick Williams, who has held executive posts at Gentris and The Hamner Institutes for Heath Sciences, has a new China-focused venture. In an exclusive interview with WRALTechWire, Gentris talks about his plans and partners for BioGateway Partners.
On the third day of the 12 Days of Broadband, MCNC Chief Technology Officer Mark Johnson discusses Internet speeds and availability in Europe as compared to when he is at home in North Carolina after traveling abroad over the summer.
A delegation from Genome Valley, India's largest biotech cluster, visited Research Triangle Park hoping to learn from RTP's model turning research into entrepreneurship.
As India's Genome Valley looks to reinvent itself as a biotechnology community, it is again looking at RTP for guidance.
The Spanish Internet provider selected the Overture Carrier Ethernet product suite on Tuesday to continue building SARENET's reputation for innovative technology adoption in Europe.
Navigating the challenges of starting a business in China is a two-way street. Chinese companies opening business here face the same struggles, according to the Harvard Club of Research Triangle.
India's obstacles to investment - red tape, corruption and confusion about governbment policies - have cash flowing out of the subcontinent.
The Triad also now has the faster speed service, which the carrier says can support live video streaming and interactive gaming.
Honda Aircraft reports a top speed of 489 mph at 30,000 feet for the new jet. Future models are to be built in NC if the jet is approved by the FAA.
Spending $3 million on a Super Bowl and another $1 million on servers to support the boost in web traffic is an example of how a corporate executive could have used "cloud computing" for a short-term boost. Got it, daddy?
Research in Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM) offered a network data-analysis system in its Indian offices as a way to settle a dispute with the Indian government over access to encrypted traffic, the Economic Times of India reported Thursday, but PC Magazine said that RIM called the report a mistake based on misunderstanding.