Posts tagged “India”

Updated April 25, 2013

Premium Lock India's Genome Valley turns to RTP for innovation ideas

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.

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Updated April 25, 2013

Premium Lock RTP model could make India's Genome Valley Asia's biggest biotech hub, official says

As India's Genome Valley looks to reinvent itself as a biotechnology community, it is again looking at RTP for guidance.

Jayesh Ranjan Jayesh Ranjan

December 27, 2011

Premium Lock Investment: India has a problem

India's obstacles to investment - red tape, corruption and confusion about governbment policies - have cash flowing out of the subcontinent.

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Updated December 30, 2010

Premium Lock Reports: India says RIM has access solution; RIM says 'no'

RIM 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.

Updated October 5, 2009

Premium Lock Looking for growth in life sciences? Head east, says Quintiles’ Gillings

Dennis Gillings Asian revenues will make up a third of the world’s largest contract research organization and life sciences firm within a decade, founder and CEO Dennis Gillings tells Financial Times.

Updated August 4, 2009

Premium Lock U.S. companies are expanding offshoring efforts, study shows

Duke report shows offshoring to increase Annual report from Duke, The Conference Board finds that firms are increasingly shipping research and development outside the U.S., not just manufacturing jobs. More smaller and midsized companies are also shipping jobs to foreign countries.

Updated July 9, 2009

Premium Lock World Health Organization approves GSK cervical cancer vaccine

GSK Cervarix could save 'millions of women's lives throughout the world,' GSK exec says. Drug giant is seeking FDA approval in U.S.

Updated June 15, 2009

Premium Lock IBM prepares rollout for its own 'cloud computing' suite

IBM gets into the "cloud" Big Blue to offer three "flavors" of services – private inside an enterprise, preview for testing and a package including management software.

Updated June 12, 2009

Premium Lock Asia becoming the darling of venture capital firms

Bill Warner New report further substantiates that the global venture capital market will continue to play an increasing role in venture capital firm investments.

Updated June 10, 2009

Premium Lock Most venture firms planning fewer investments, global survey says

 Few venture capitalists expect U.S. investments to grow. VCs say times are good to invest but overall paint a collective somber picture about their industry in Deloitte and National Venture Capital Association report. Large funds are most likely to cut number and amount of deals.

Updated June 1, 2009

Premium Lock Hardest jobs to fill in U.S.? Engineering, employers say in survey

Engineers most in demand, survey says Latest Manpower hardest jobs to fill survey lists engineers, nurses, skilled tradesmen and teachers at top of list.

Updated May 13, 2009

Premium Lock Will Nortel emerge from bankruptcy or be sold in pieces? CEO hedges bets

What next for Nortel? Preserve Nortel's name 's not 'main driving force,' Mike Zafirovski says. He has positioned firm to be sold off by business units - and he's talking to potential buyers.

Updated May 8, 2009

Premium Lock Good stock bet? T-K-L-C, proclaims 'Mad Money' host – and Street follows

MSNBC'S Jim Cramer likes Tekelec Tekelec, which is based in Morrisville, adds fuel for a bullish run on stock with quarterly earnings that top Street expectations. Cramer likes Tekelec due to its dominance in texting gear market.

Tags: India, Tekelec
Updated April 22, 2009

Premium Lock By transforming itself, Big Blue is weathering world economic storm

IBM maintains profits in difficult times Analysis: Even as IT spending falters in recession and competitive landscape changes with Oracle acquiring Sun, IBM maintains buoyancy with its ability to find the right match of cost-cutting or outsourcing solutions or offering strong revenue-generation opportunities through consulting and systems integration.

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