Posts tagged “HP”
So who's responsible for dealing with the mess? 'E-waste is quickly becoming a regulatory quagmire of gargantuan proportions,' says Competitive Enterprise Institute. And government may not be the answer.
Company officials say a slew of new data storage units and supporting software aimed at small to medium-sized businesses are being developed in the Triangle.
Digital service to feature much faster bandwidth for wide variety of next-generation services. Sprint PCSs says it's first de deploy 3G nationwide.
David Brame says the 3D gaming software company will expand and continues search for capital. 'We are actually in the process of searching out funding, but felt that this position should be filled regardless,' Brame adds.
MoonBuzz.com is expanding rapidly by touting its ability to provide business solutions rather than its sophisticated software. 'Our clients don't care that we have cool software systems -- they just want their stuff to go away,' co-owner says.
Dunk, known internationally for his review of company reports, says firms are being careful post-Enron. He also sees 'dead-end reports' in which the answer to every business problem is 'What can I chop off now? Arms and legs?'
Company also releases filing indicating it continues to seek $15 million in funding.
For most married couples, living in harmony at home is enough of a challenge. But more than a handful have taken their relationship to the boardroom. Three husband-wife teams talk about how and why they do it.
Wall Street Journal reporter sparks a debate by criticizing another writer, and that's a 'bull's eye'. But the demise of Luis Rukeyser is a sad day for dumbed-down TV.
- Lawmakers, Cooper reach agreement to repeal HB2
- Twitter eases 140-character limit in replies + How changes work
- AT&T wins multi-billion-dollar contract to build first responder network (+ video)
- Something completely different at McDonald's: Fresh beef
- US economy grew at steady 2.1 percent rate in Q4