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The Coming Transition from Analog to Digital

By on November 9, 2015 with 0 Comments
The Coming Transition from Analog to Digital

by FRED UPTON

In February of 2006, President George Bush signed into law legislation that designates midnight, February 17, 2009, as the date to complete the transition from analog to digital television broadcasting.

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Ideas and the Bottom Line

By on October 29, 2015 with 0 Comments
Ideas and the Bottom Line

by THOMAS H. DAVENPORT

GE and Westinghouse were once competitors. Now, one is thriving, while the other has all but disappeared. Why? It has to do with ideas.

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America’s New Immigrant Entrepreneurs

By on October 29, 2015 with 0 Comments
America’s New Immigrant Entrepreneurs

by VIVEK WADHWA

Increasingly, those starting new U.S. businesses are foreign-born.

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The Estonian Example – Q&A with Toomas Hendrik Ilves

By on August 12, 2014 with 2 Comments
The Estonian Example – Q&A with Toomas Hendrik Ilves

A conversation with the President of a country that, in just over two decades, has gone from being an oppressed Soviet state to the most technologically advanced democracy on Earth.

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Bringing Our Analog Government into the Digital Age

By on August 12, 2014 with 0 Comments
Bringing Our Analog Government into the Digital Age

by DARRELL ISSA

The former high-tech entrepreneur and current Chairman of the House Government Oversight and Reform Committee discusses his efforts to modernize the federal bureaucracy.

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The Scope of the Challenge

By on July 17, 2014 with 0 Comments
The Scope of the Challenge

By WILLIAM GREENWALT

With the House Armed Services Committee launching an effort to fix the Pentagon’s broken acquisition system, a look at the importance of the effort and the obstacles blocking reform.

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Republican Reboot

By on July 17, 2014 with 0 Comments
Republican Reboot

By GARRETT JOHNSON, AARON GINN & CHRIS ABRAMS

A look at the effort to bridge the gap between the technology sector and the conservative political sector.

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