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high technology

highly sophisticated, often electronic, techniques used in manufacturing and other processes
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Most Telco hotel developers indicate that they have millions of square feet in new projects and that this level of high-technology development has just scratched the surface of market potential.
Over the last week, in preparation for this testimony, I have corresponded with directors, founders, and CEOs of 10 high-technology companies.
The conference will take place following a very successful year for the high-technology industry in Israel -- a year which boasted several multi- billion dollar transactions including the Berkshire Hathaway-Iscar deal, the acquisition of Mercury by HP and the most recent acquisition of M-Systems by Sandisk.
OTCBB:NWPO), through its subsidiary companies, markets an array of high-technology products and services designed specifically for growing businesses which use the Internet primarily to increase productivity.
Biotechnology and high-technology firms will continue to make R&D investments in the areas they hold core competencies in.
Later, Richard entered the high-technology industry starting sales executive for computer software companies, and working his way up to managing entire companies.
The anniversary edition was distributed to several thousand current and prospective subscribers of the Journal, including: general counsels of the leading high-technology, entertainment and life sciences companies worldwide; federal court and state supreme court judges; partners at national law firms; law school professors and deans; and U.
New York's high-technology industry shrank by nearly 28,000 jobs in 2002, according to Cyberstates 2003: A State-by-State Overview of the High-Technology Industry, a new analytical report released today by AeA.

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