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high-technology

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  • Since technology changes continuously, especially in so-called high-technology businesses, it is frequently necessary that several generations of product and process improvements be pursued simultaneously.

    Profiting From Innovation

  • On the other hand, Minnesota was beginning to emerge as a high-technology state with companies such as Control Data, the early computer manufacturer, and I thought the entire country had much to gain from access to export markets.

    The Good Fight

  • That's very different than other high-technology companies.

    Looking to Leave, Then Staying Put

  • But that trend began reversing itself in the late 1990s, amid an explosion in Israel's export-driven high-technology sector and consistent annual growth rates over 5%.

    Israel Bids to Prevent Shekel's Rise

  • Back in the 1990s, Northern Virginia was becoming a high-technology magnet for Internet firms such as America Online and for a raft of telecommunications firms banking on fiber optics.

    Rough waters for George Allen

  • When industrial parks were created on former steel-plant properties, they were filled by light industry and small, high-technology firms.

    Left for Extinct, a Steel Plant Rises in Ohio

  • In that capacity, he did his best to create value by turning a high-technology start-up into a world-class corporation that would create enormous value for shareholders, customers, and employees.

    Michael Santos: Greg Reyes, Former CEO of Brocade, Was Betrayed

  • It thrives by producing high-technology, high-value-added exports like hybrid vehicles and specialist manufacturing equipment, fields where China isn't yet a direct rival.

    Who Gains, Who Loses

  • Overall U.S. employment in high-technology manufacturing—which includes computers, communications, medical equipment, aerospace, pharmaceuticals and measuring devices—has decreased 28% since 2000 to about 1.8 million jobs, the report said.

    U.S. Loses High-Tech Jobs as R&D Shifts Toward Asia

  • The U.S. is rapidly losing high-technology jobs as American companies expand their research-and-development labs in China and elsewhere in Asia, the National Science Board said Tuesday.

    U.S. Loses High-Tech Jobs as R&D Shifts Toward Asia

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