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open2012 to introduce open innovation to Silicon Valley

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This sponsored post is produced by Maven.  Back in the late 1990′s, Procter & Gamble CEO A. G. Lafley observed that the company’s focus on internal R&D was no longer effective for anything more than incremental improvements – and certainly not sufficient to drive double-digit percentage growth in their business....
open2012 to introduce open innovation to Silicon Valley
Big Tech: Google Cutting Motorola Staff by 20 Percent in Search of Profits
Kodak to stop making digital cameras as struggles continue
Court shreds power of Motorola's standard-based patents

Dell's Earnings Fall 18 Percent

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Dell Inc. said its fourth-quarter profit dropped 18 percent, as supply constraints for disk drives and weak demand from public-sector customers offset a shift to more profitable products for the computer maker. The Round Rock, Texas, company on Tuesday reported that revenue rose just 2 percent in the fiscal period...
Dell's Earnings Fall 18 Percent

HTC profit slump confirms Samsung and Apple as smartphone leaders

www.guardian.co.uk
HTC has reported a 98% drop in profits, leaving the top market tier to be dominated by Samsung androids and Apple iPhonesThe divergent fortunes within the $200bn (£130bn) global smartphone market were laid bare this week when Taiwan's HTC reported a 98% slump in profits, confirming Samsung and Apple's seemingly...
HTC profit slump confirms Samsung and Apple as smartphone leaders

Microsoft Office 15 technical preview testing begins, public beta live this summer

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Microsoft will soon let select customers and companies try out builds of Office 15, the next generation of Office software, the company announced on its Office Exec blog today. Microsoft’s Office suite of software is one of the most important (and profitable) products the company sells, so each new...
Microsoft Office 15 technical preview testing begins, public beta live this summer
Kodak to cease production of digital cameras to focus on more profitable products

Lord Chilver

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Engineer who was a key figure in the evolution of the Cranfield Institute of TechnologyHenry Chilver, who has died aged 85, drove the transformation of the Cranfield Institute of Technology (CIT) into a postgraduate university specialising in engineering, science and management. The College of Aeronautics established at RAF Cranfield, Bedfordshire,...
Lord Chilver
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