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high tech

(high TECHnology) High tech refers to the latest advancements in computers and electronics as well as to the social and political environment and consequences created by such machines. Contrast with high touch.


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Seifert has held other senior financial management positions in the high-technology industry, including CFO of SmartDB Corporation, CFO of Wayfarer Communications (sold to Vantive, now Oracle), vice president of finance at Compression Labs, Inc.
The panel will consist of leaders of the media, finance and high-technology industry such as the producer Arnon Milchen, and Dr.
Venture capital investments increased by 77 percent, from $107 million in 2003 to $189 million in 2004, according to Cyberstates 2005: A State-by-State Overview of the High-Technology Industry, a new analytical report released today by AeA.
While this is the third annual decline in tech employment in New York, the losses are slowing, according to Cyberstates 2005: A State-by-State Overview of the High-Technology Industry, a new analytical report released today by AeA.
While Colorado was hit particularly hard by the technology slowdown in 2003, the 2004 high-tech exports were up by nearly half a billion dollars, according to Cyberstates 2005: A State-by-State Overview of the High-Technology Industry, a new analytical report released today by AeA.
While New Jersey was hit hard by the technology downturn, high-tech job losses slowed in 2003 compared to 2002, according to Cyberstates 2005: A State-by-State Overview of the High-Technology Industry, a new analytical report released today by AeA.
While Ohio was hit hard by the technology downturn, high-tech job losses slowed in 2003 compared to 2002, according to Cyberstates 2005: A State-by-State Overview of the High-Technology Industry, a new analytical report released today by AeA.

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