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  • New technology is forcing McGraw-Hill, whose businesses range from publishing textbooks to providing credit ratings, to focus its investments on high-margin, high-growth digital businesses in emerging markets such as India, China and Brazil, according to a person familiar with the company.

    For McGraw-Hill CEO, the Test of a Lifetime

  • When Deutsche Telekom first invested in OTE, the German company cited access to high-growth markets not just in Greece, but also in new EU members Romania and Bulgaria, where OTE also operates.

    Bargain Hunting in Greece

  • Those outflows are widely believed to have accelerated as investors become increasingly worried about Mrs. Kirchner's high-growth, high-inflation economic policies.

    Argentina Moves to Stem Capital Flight

  • The roots of the controversy jolting the company extend to 2000, when Olympus was eager to find acquisitions in high-growth businesses outside its core operations.

    Olympus Defends Deals; Chairman Resigns

  • The roots of the controversy jolting the company extend to 2000, when Olympus was eager to find acquisitions in high-growth businesses outside its core operations.

    Olympus Defends Payments to U.K. Firm

  • But analysts say the government faces an uphill battle as the strong currency has accelerated a deep-seated trend, as manufacturers move factories to China and other high-growth markets as consumption in Japan remains sluggish.

    Tokyo Cuts View on Economy as Recovery Slows

  • But limiting high-growth entrepreneurship to the young is counterproductive.

    Opposing Views: Voices on Health-Care Reform

  • Like many of its European peers, Telecom Italia has responded to increasing competition at home by boosting investment in high-growth markets.

    Telecom Italia Profits Up on Strong Latin America

  • "We're uniquely positioned to bring institutions searching for high-growth investments together with successful private companies who want their equity held by committed, long-term investors."

    'Dark Pool' Looks to Bring Pre-IPO Firms to Institutions

  • Yield funds, which typically seek out stocks that pay high dividends but avoid high-growth stocks, have nonetheless rushed into Apple.

    Apple's Size Clouds Market

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