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14M PCs run Windows 10; SciQuest profitable; Quintiles investors selling $500M in shares; Google's 'no' to right-to-be-forgotten; LinkedIn tumbles
In today's wrapup of technology and life science news: Microsoft says 14 million computers are running Windows 10; SciQuest turns a profit; Quintiles investors are selling $500 million in shares; Google says "no" to right-to-be-forgotten in France; and LinkedIn shares tumble despite good quarterly results.
A new survey of businesses from Fortune 500 to small firms finds that companies are looking to hire mobile apps developers in big numbers. The top needs? WTW Insiders find out what the Red Hat survey discovered.
In a conference call, GlaxoSmithKline's top executive is asked if he would consider "pairing up" with another drug company. Back in May, an analyst started talk of a "PfizerKline" merger. GSK's CEO Andrew Witty notes a merger would be a "big issue to cross."
As many as 200 former GlaxoSmithKline employees who were transferred to life science services firm Parexel earlier this year are reportedly being laid off today. However, the Boston-based company which has a large presence in the Triangle, isn't talking.
Motorola is refreshing its Android smartphones with better cameras and other improvements as it seeks to lure customers who want lower-cost alternatives to leading smartphones from Apple and Samsung. Maybe they should be called the "your phones" as the Lenovo-owned company is stressing the personalized choices it offers with the latest additions to its lineup.
Apple stock slides; Microsoft's $8.4B write-down; GSK suit; Yahoo's loss; Facebook loses warrant fight
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: Apple stock tumbles as it stays coy on watch sales; Microsoft takes a huge write-down; GSK sues a software developer; Yahoo reports a quarterly bummer; and Facebook loses in warrant battle.
AT&T executives along with business leaders from Durham will be on hand today for the formal launch of ultra-fast Internet service in the Bull City and Durham County as part of the North Carolina Next Generation Network. AT&T is also offering its U-verse entertainment network.
AT&T executives along with business leaders from Durham will be on hand today for the formal launch of ultra-fast Internet service in the Bull City and Durham County as part of the North Carolina Next Generation Network.
The countdown is nearing zero for the fourth annual Innovate Raleigh Summit. Plus, High-tech accelerator Techstars is bringing its program to help veterans who want to become entrepreneurs - called Patriot Boot Camp - to Chapel Hill. Plus, other tech events.
In today's Bulldog update of technology news: Durham public housing residents to get Google Fiber free; Aerie Pharmaceuticals expanding R&D in the RTP; IBM, RTI partner; iPod touch updated; EPRI to study coal ash recycling for Duke
Eisai Inc., the U.S. pharmaceutical subsidiary of Eisai Co, has entered into a definitive agreement to transfer ownership of its Research Triangle Park (RTP) manufacturing campus to Biogen Inc. This arrangement expands upon the capacity-sharing manufacturing alliance Eisai and Biogen have had in place at the RTP facility since early 2013. About 100 Eisai employees will be offered jobs at Biogen when the deal closes.
Scot Wingo, founder and chair of ChannelAdvisor and a serial entrepreneur, provides an insider's guide to the Triangle startup community at ExitEvent, including a look at funding opportunities from early to late stage, the universities, mentors and angels, and more.
Women's health issues have often taken a back-burner in America, but Research Triangle-based Thrive 4-7 created Mevii, a mobile health appfocused entirely on empowering women to achieve life balance and whole health.