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Who: Jose Garzon, 26, Tamarac. From: Research and Development with Costex Tractor Parts. To: Mechanical design engineer, A.G. Findings & Mfg. Co., parent of Ballistic Case Co., Sunrise. Start date: April 1 About the company: Founded in 1993, it...
TidewaterBizEven with federal spending cuts, a shipyard contractor is experiencing peak revenue and plans to invest $5.5 million to modernize and expand its facilities in Langley Research and Development Park, a company leader says. Advex Corp. began the upgrades...
The Philadelphia InquirerPHILADELPHIA A unit of drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline has a central role in a $200 million public-private project announced Wednesday to develop new antibiotics against biological terrorism and treat drug-resistant infections found in health care settings...
ReutersWASHINGTON, May 22 (Reuters) - Boeing Co's defense division expects to continue growing its research and development spending and operating margins in coming years, regardless of what happens with top line revenues, the head of Boeing Defense Space and...
The Hartford CourantA $368 million health technology park — anchored by a cancer treatment center — could create as many as 2,500 jobs to north central Connecticut in the next five years, the project's developers say. The developers of ProTech Park said they...
Milwaukee Journal SentinelFor a company that operates in more than 100 countries, ABB Inc. keeps a low profile in Wisconsin. That may have ended in January, when ABB announced plans to develop a new regional headquarters at Innovation Campus, the new technology park being...
Fiat, the century-old Italian automaker, appears poised to move its headquarters to the U.S. after its planned merger with Chrysler Group. The move would be unprecedented in the automotive industry, experts said, because of Fiat's deep roots. "To...
The Hartford CourantAt Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, the second-largest drug company in Connecticut, the local workforce increased by more than 40 percent over the last 10 years, at the same time its employee numbers worldwide grew by 35 percent. A company that...
The Swedish Wire, StockholmFor years, parents have told their kids to grow up and be a lawyer -- or at least marry one. But did you know that many other professions are just as lucrative as law, if not more so? Many factors go into how much one can earn practicing law,...
Jacob Lutz, a senior in Catonsville High School's Information Technology/IT Programming curriculum, was named the Southwest Area winner of a $1,000 scholarship during the 39th annual Career and Technology Education Student Recognition Reception April 24...
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The Bangkok PostChia Tai Co, a leading seed producer and exporter, is confident international accreditation will allow its products greater access to major markets, especially the US, Europe and Japan. Company products, mainly tropical vegetable seeds, have been...
Tags: Bangkok (Thailand), Thailand
The Buffalo NewsA company that developed sensors and software used to test materials and components in the aerospace, defense and energy industries has moved its headquarters from Idaho to Buffalo, bringing 10 jobs to this area with the potential for many more, officials...
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