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LG Buys 51% Stake in Rolls-Royce Ohio Fuel Cell Unit, Forming New JV
Rolls Royce & LG LONDON - Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC (RR.LN), the power systems company, Thursday announced that LG Electronics Inc, the electronics, chemicals and telecommunications conglomerate, invested 45 million dollars in a 51% stake in ...
Korean conglomerate LG buys 51% of Rolls-Royce Fuel Cell Systems Inc.  Crain's Cleveland Business
Building IT skills at ARM
Thanks to the popularity of its low power chip designs in smartphones and other mobile devices, microprocessor intellectual property company ARM Holdings has enjoyed rapid growth in the last two years. But according to Richard Harris, who joined the ...
Bed Bath buys Linen Holdings for $105 million
Gibbsboro, New Jersey-based Linen Holdings is a privately held distributor of bath, bed and table linens and other textile products to customers in the hospitality, cruise line, food service, healthcare and other industries.
NHS Trust receives largest ever data breach fine
An NHS Trust in Brighton has been served with the largest ever fine issued by the Information Commissioner, after hospital hard drives containing sensitive patient data were sold on eBay.
NatWest crash caused by 'in-house' software glitch
Last week's catastrophic IT failure at RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank was caused by a failed software update to the banks' in-house systems, according to reports.
The science of splitting up IT projects
The IT management community needs no reminder of the fact that large IT projects often fail spectacularly. Failed government IT projects –from the Child Support Agency's disastrous and much delayed case management upgrade to the NHS's abandoned ...
RBS IT crash 'not offshoring issue', says CEO Hester
Stephen Hester, CEO of RBS Group has said there is "no evidence" that the week long IT outage at Natwest, RBS and Ulster Bank was caused by the banking group sending IT jobs offshore.
Logica sale an 'indictment' of UK IT industry
The past six months have seen many of the remaining large IT suppliers in the UK acquired by foreign companies. In August 2011, Hewlett-Packard acquired information management software provider Autonomy, while earlier this year banking software ... and Oracle buy social marketing firms and Oracle have each acquired companies whose technology helps companies use social media as a marketing channel. Yesterday, SaaS CRM provider Salesforce.
Data breach exposed as council launches new policy
A data breach at Dumfries and Galloway Council was reported just hours after the council announced a new data protection policy. The Scottish local council announced yesterday that it had approved a new data protection policy, having suffered two ...