Posts tagged “Local Firms”

Updated January 30, 2007

Premium Lock InnerPulse Secures $50M in Financing for Heart Defibrillator Technology

InnerPulse targets heart problems UPDATE: Johnson & Johnson, Medtronic are among syndicate of investors. InnerPulse is developing implantable defibrillator.

Updated January 30, 2007

Premium Lock Icagen Is Raising $22M through Stock Placement

Icagen UPDATE: Drug development firm, which was hammered by bad news on sickle cell drug trial, secures backing from new and existing investors.

Tags: Quintiles
January 30, 2007

Premium Lock DataFlux, SAS, IBM Earn Top Honors in Intelligent Enterprise Awards

Readers pick SAS as best in data mining, DataFlux as top choice in best data quality and profiling. IBM ties Microsoft for most awards with nine.

January 29, 2007

Premium Lock Lenovo Unveils Compact Desktop PC, But It’s Not Short on Features

Lenovo New ‘Small Form Factor’ computer is 64% smaller than other Lenovo tower PCs.

January 29, 2007

Premium Lock ChannelAdvisor, KnowledgeStorm Up for Two Awards in CODiE Competition

CODiE Awards SchoolDude, SlickEdit, SAS, Red Hat, IBM are also among finalists in annual software competition.

Updated January 26, 2007

Premium Lock Agenda Set for Southeast Venture Conference; Close to 90 VC Firms Set To Attend

Southeast Venture Conference 2007 27 companies from five states will be making presents at two-day event in Cary.

Updated January 25, 2007

Premium Lock Lenovo May Be Ca$hing in on Grand Prix Racing

Will Lenovo adorn Williams F1 cars in 2007? Reports in China, United Kingdom say Lenovo will be announced as a major sponsor of Williams Formula One racing team. Lenovo won't confirm deal.

Tags: China, Lenovo, Dell, HP
Updated January 24, 2007

Premium Lock RTI, Duke, UNC Asheville to Study Chernobyl Radiation Impact

RTI The U.S. Department of Energy is putting $5M into project that will seek to develop radiation diagnostics, treatments.

Updated January 24, 2007

Premium Lock Lenovo's Americas President Is Stepping Down

Lenovo Scott Smith, a longtime IBM executive, had joined Lenovo when Big Blue sold its personal computer division in 2005.

Tags: China, Lenovo, Dell, HP, IBM
Updated January 19, 2007

Premium Lock Google Picks N.C. for $600 Million Data Center, Up to 210 Jobs

Google picks N.C. A site in Lenoir is expected to produce a $37 million increase in state revenues over 12 years.

Updated January 19, 2007

Premium Lock GSK to Compare Cancer Vaccine with Merck Product

GSK Drug maker is seeking FDA approval for vaccine to combat cervical cancer.

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