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Signs cross-border declaration.
Depends on Bard's Tale IV sales, though.
Partners with suppliers for 1GW of energy.
That's more than 10 in the last year.
Won't let Toshiba sell to its competitors.
Government investment signed this week.
Western Digital faces stiff competition.
As Toshiba takes a nuclear bath.
Grant programme back for year two.
Will create around 3,000 new jobs.
Could invest, could form another JV.
Sole investor in Series A round.
Launches new venture capital fund.
Offers investment option this time.
Look to fund clean energy projects.
Gets a cool $3.775 billion for it, too.
Customer trials due later this year.
Puts millions aside to kick-start market.
No more fast-track investment applications.
A chunk of shareholders threatening a blockade.
Company planning to go private, sources claim.
A deal valued at just £1 has saved GAME Group from the financial wrecker's yard.
GAME Group has suspended its shares on the LSE as it struggles to find investment.
Meteor Entertainment, parent company of Adhesive Games and publisher of Hawken, has just been handed $10 million.
The Technology Strategy Board has announced investment in the Internet of Things via 10 UK companies.
Investors are expecting Facebook to hit a $100 billion valuation.
Intel has announced a $100 million investment to create Intel Centres in US universities.
Intel Capital, the chip giant's investment arm, has announced deals totalling $77M.
Intel has pledged to invest up to $8 billion upgrading its fabs for the 22nm 'Ivy Bridge' line.
In a move which admits its past mistakes, eBay has sold 65 percent of its ownership of Skype to a group of private investors - including Netscape founder Andreessen.
Facebook yesterday announced that Digital Sky Technologies, a Russian investment firm, has purchased a 1.96 per cent stake for $200m.
Investment from venture capitalists in IT-related companies dropped a massive 40 percent in the US last financial quarter, according to a new report.
During a conference call this afternoon, AMD confirmed the rumours that have been circulating about its plans to spin off its foundry business into a separate company.
The Mozilla Foundation is injecting £1.49 million into a new company that will handle the development of Thunderbird and develop other email innovations.
AMD has had a pretty heavy time over the last year and has found itself under increasing financial strain after its share price dropped almost 60 percent last year.