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Fifty Years Later, Moore’s Computing Law Holds

An October 1964 Westinghouse display of new molecular electronics able to replace as many as 50 transistors. (FOX PHOTOS/GETTY IMAGES) (FOX PHOTOS/GETTY IMAGES) Analysis By Matthew Bey April 19, 2015 | 15:33 GMT Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel Corp., published his now iconic article — Cramming More Components into Integrated Circuits — in the journal

Surety Supported Jobs on the Rise

The recent election ballots had billions of dollars of proposed expenditure bonds for the building and maintenance of schools, roads and public facilities that passed. This is a big opportunity for companies that have Surety Bonding Support to go after publicly funded projects. [PR.com] Source: Business: Economy News

An Asian Perspective on the U.S. Elections

November 16, 2016 | 09:00 GMT In South Korea, protesters unhappy with the scandal-plagued administration of President Park Geun-hye have flooded the streets. The uncertainty surrounding the effect of the U.S. presidential election could add to the chaos. (Rodger Baker/Stratfor) Analysis By Rodger Baker I watched the final days of the U.S. presidential campaign from

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