Posts posted in October 2011
Roundup From ECIA
Barbara Jorgensen 10/31/2011 (6) comments
Some takeaways from the recent conference: The US economy will expand in the second half of this year and next year, and employment is expected to rise moderately this year.
A Real Jobs Bill
Bernard J. Gizzi 10/25/2011 (22) comments
Congress and the president should honor Steve Jobs by passing a reliable jobs bill to drive technology innovation and save the economy.
Watching Innovation Happen
Barbara Jorgensen 10/19/2011 (10) comments
Watching the design process can only help the electronics purchasing community – if nothing else, buyers can get a better idea of what engineers are thinking.
Avoiding Another Dotcom Disaster
Barbara Jorgensen 10/14/2011 (11) comments
Even though a pull-back in VC funding adds to the general malaise around the economy, it could help avert a disaster like the last over-hyped tech bubble.
HTC: The Stealth Warrior
Bolaji Ojo 10/14/2011 (18) comments
HTC took rivals in the consumer electronics market by surprise, but to hold its gains the Taiwan company must now fend off hungry rivals.
An Inevitable Clash
Ken Bradley 10/13/2011 (7) comments
The current economic system has expectations that cannot be met by managers, pitting employers against employees and shareholders.
Not All Doom & Gloom
Barbara Jorgensen 10/12/2011 (15) comments
While there is clearly reason for concern, supply chain executives point out electronics is a global industry, and there are regions and markets that continue to grow.
Paying for the Digital Life
Matteo Bertozzi 10/10/2011 (6) comments
Do you know how big a digital fingerprint your business is leaving online as part of the cost of transferring operations to the Web?
Savings in Your Backyard
Ken Bradley 10/10/2011 (2) comments
Electronics equipment makers can easily squeeze out savings from operations by cleaning up their databases and eliminating duplications.
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