Posts tagged “MCNC”
Money is spread among 27 companies, according to exclusive LTW list. Three deals top $10 million each. Most are $5 million or less.
Taiwan firm endorses Unitive's manufacturhing process for high-end silicon chips.
Despite the state budget crisis, the Economic Development Board is looking to boost business recruitment incentives. The panel also is drafting a long-range plan to improve the state's technology industry.
Fifty-six IT and biotech companies from Georgia and the Carolinas have been funded so far this year.
Board looks to provide more focus by separating supercomputing services from microelectronics research and funding both from MCNC's $100 million endowment. But 34-member environmental research team is left out of deal.
Through the middle of May, about $130 million in venture capital has been obtained by 26 Tar Heel companies.
<b>'Breaking Glass':</b> Yokima Cureton's selection another boost for minorities in high tech; <b>Other news:</b> Owen Enterprises reaches out; BofA targets Hispanics.
Close to $120 million has been pumped into 24 technology companies in North Carolina through the end of April 2002.
Through the first four months of 2002, venture firms have put close to $400 million in technology companies in the Carolinas and Georgia.
The 41 deals have passed the collective $300 million mark in the first four months of the year as tracked by Local Tech Wire.
BioStratum deal is by far the largest of 19 investments tracked by Local Tech Wire.
Nearly $300 million has been invested in high-tech firms in the Carolinas and Georgia. Here's the list of the top deals, ranked by size of investment.
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