Category Archives: Corporations

As Kodak struggles, Eastman Chemical thrives

By Ernest Scheyder and Liana B. Baker NEW YORK (Reuters) – George Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman

As Kodak struggles, Eastman Chemical thrives

By Ernest Scheyder and Liana B. Baker NEW YORK (Reuters) – George Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman

Race to relax crowdfunding rules invites strange bedfellows

By Deborah L. Cohen CHICAGO | Mon Dec 12, 2011 2:46pm EST (Reuters) – A motley crew of backers is pushing Congress to loosen restrictions on crowdfunding, the new capital-raising method that uses the Internet to solicit start-up investment, despite warnings about the

Race to relax crowdfunding rules invites strange bedfellows

By Deborah L. Cohen CHICAGO | Mon Dec 12, 2011 2:46pm EST (Reuters) – A motley crew of backers is pushing Congress to loosen restrictions on crowdfunding, the new capital-raising method that uses the Internet to solicit start-up investment, despite warnings about the

Establishing an Employee Retirement Plan

Business owners should rethink what they “know” about sponsoring retirement plans, says the founder of a firm that administers 401(k)s for small companies By Karen E. Klein Along with assessing tax strategies and planning for future growth, many small business owners

Establishing an Employee Retirement Plan

Business owners should rethink what they “know” about sponsoring retirement plans, says the founder of a firm that administers 401(k)s for small companies By Karen E. Klein Along with assessing tax strategies and planning for future growth, many small business owners

Why Boston Power Went to China

Christina Lampe-Onnerud, founder of the battery startup, discusses the advantages of moving the company’s manufacturing and research to China. Audio » While it’s normal for established technology companies to turn to low-cost Asian manufacturing, lately even very young companies have

Why Boston Power Went to China

Christina Lampe-Onnerud, founder of the battery startup, discusses the advantages of moving the company’s manufacturing and research to China. Audio » While it’s normal for established technology companies to turn to low-cost Asian manufacturing, lately even very young companies have

Florence, AZ Curis Resources

  Curis Resources Ltd. (TSX: CUV) is a public mineral development company associated with Hunter Dickinson Inc. (HDI). It is focused on the acquisition, development and operation of high-quality next generation copper properties in progressive jurisdictions around the world. Curis

Florence, AZ Curis Resources

  Curis Resources Ltd. (TSX: CUV) is a public mineral development company associated with Hunter Dickinson Inc. (HDI). It is focused on the acquisition, development and operation of high-quality next generation copper properties in progressive jurisdictions around the world. Curis

3 New Developments in the Rapid Growth of Carbon Management Tools

By Christopher Mines The nascent market for enterprise carbon & energy management (ECEM) systems keeps perking. In Forrester’s recent survey of 2,700 business decision-makers in 13 countries, 8 percent reported that their company was currently using ECEM software, with another 5

3 New Developments in the Rapid Growth of Carbon Management Tools

By Christopher Mines The nascent market for enterprise carbon & energy management (ECEM) systems keeps perking. In Forrester’s recent survey of 2,700 business decision-makers in 13 countries, 8 percent reported that their company was currently using ECEM software, with another 5

ECOtality Triples 3Q Revenue On EV Project

By DANNY KING November 4, 2011 ECOtality, which was recently awarded the largest of the $175 million in U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) grants to be used to further develop vehicle technology aimed at boosting light-duty vehicle fuel economy, almost tripled its third-quarter revenue

ECOtality Triples 3Q Revenue On EV Project

By DANNY KING November 4, 2011 ECOtality, which was recently awarded the largest of the $175 million in U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) grants to be used to further develop vehicle technology aimed at boosting light-duty vehicle fuel economy, almost tripled its third-quarter revenue