Rail car venture shows a career that's off track
New survey standards delayedDisputed land-surveying standards that...
AAI Corp. pulling out of tailspin
Soul, not mere precision, is true mark of quality
Mixing speed with splendor, German train begins audition Amtrak contract chased at 135 mph
Electronics gap leaves proud Germans with a crisis of technological confidence
TRAIN PASSES TEST AT 162 MPH
Speedy contender hits town for train trial German entry has hit 250 mph BALTIMORE CITY
Europe debates government aid to ailing companies France's Renault is success story
ONE BIG STUNTED ECONOMY Pervasive recession reveals structural ills
German train eyed by Amtrak High-speed test due on Metroliner route
Trade group referees in world of new...
'Greenfreeze' company comes in from the cold
S3, German partner land two contractsIf you're...
Phone system in central Europe tests willpower
GINSENG COMES TO GERMANY Samsung moves into east Berlin
Computers bring translation to the telephone
DEC cuts losses in halfDigital Equipment Corp.,...
Fitch lowers GM debt ratingFitch Investors Service...
Clinton taps software to help sort resumesThe...
Toshiba executive touts international partnerships
Despite deep job cuts in Europe, worst is yet to come
Bigger not always better in Germany Medium-sized companies offer edge
Former rivals are chipping in IBM-Toshiba-Siemens semiconductor alliance exemplifies new trend
EC takes cue from Japan in aid to industry Trend could mean stiffer competition for U.S. companies
Noise Cancellation Technologies Inc.
German economy struggles to stabilize West feels strain of trying to prop up the backward east
COMPETING FEVER Destruction breeds progress
Baltimore-based company's equipment helps empower Third World villages
SUNRISE FOR SOLAR ENERGY Recent advances may make systems more popular
CHIPS FOR SALE IBM cashes in
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A new technology-sharing pact between former foes...
Bells can hear opportunity calling--if legal decree falls
Chip-making turns multinational
WORTH A LOOK Good ideas often come from obscure places