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July 14, 2004

IBM scientists have detected a faint magnetic signal from a single electron which is buried inside a solid sample  ...full story

July 8, 2004

The pact will accelerate delivery of new and differentiated Sprint products to customers

  ...full story

July 7, 2004

The unit will ship at international equivalents of the US price of $249 and has been backlogged due to unexpected domestic demand and supply issues

  ...full story

July 7, 2004

IT financing offering provides more flexibility for businesses   ...full story

July 5, 2004

The moved is aimed at strengthening ILOG’s hold on the advanced graphics tools used for creating visually-rich user displays

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July 5, 2004

Micron is leveraging its DRAM technology expertise to meet NAND customer requirements

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November 17, 2006

via BusinessWeek.com

An idea, not a person, was the most powerful force in philanthropy in 2006. President Bill Clinton devoted a big chunk of his annual Clinton Global Initiative to exploring it. The mighty Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation endorsed it. The choice of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner was a tribute to it. It was truly the year of microfinance.