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Rank Foster

Exchange links with high profile Web sites.

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M + A Partners

The M+A Partners app provides you with a variety of useful tax information at your fingertips.From our latest news feed to Tax Tables, Tax...

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Kelly + Partners

How much does your accountant know about your financial universe?Let Kelly + Partners help you gain control of your whole financial universe....

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Latter-day Saint News - News + Video & Audio

Great application to keep you in touch with what is going on in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints!The application plays video, audio...

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Under Armour Whats Beautiful

Are you ready to show the world what it really means to be a female athlete? Set a goal. Then get it. Make every day a day to document. The three...

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Samsung to open VR movie studio in New York: 'We love stories'

The company behind the Gear VR virtual-reality headset partners with the Sundance film festival to foster new immersive experiences.

By January 22, 2016

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3D printing a house on the moon

As if the world's first 3D-printed house wasn't enough, now architecture firm Foster + Partners has unveiled its plan to 3D print houses on the moon.

By January 31, 2013

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Closing an open-source deal through your systems integrator

How does an open-source company foster unfettered adoption of its software while preventing would-be partners from undermining its ability to make a profit?

By May 6, 2008

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Microsoft gets specific with partner program

Looking to foster the expertise of its resellers, the company offers new incentives.

By July 12, 2004

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Novell completes Cambridge Tech deal

Network software maker Novell has completed its acquisition of services provider Cambridge Technology Partners. At a shareholders meeting held Tuesday in Cambridge, Mass., shareholders controlling 60 percent of the company gave approval of the deal. As planned, Jack Messman, chief executive of Cambridge, has been named CEO of Novell. Eric Schmidt, formerly CEO of Novell, remains chairman of the Novell board. Cambridge becomes a subsidiary of Novell and retains its name, market presence and independence. In March, Novell announced plans to acquire Cambridge in a $266 million deal. Cambridge has designated two of its board members, James D. Robinson and John W. Poduska, to take seats on the Novell board. Also, with the completion of the deal, Ron Foster, vice president of finance and controller at Novell will become senior vice president and chief financial officer. Foster replaces Dennis Raney, who will be leaving the company

July 10, 2001

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BigMachines reels in $29 million

Business-to-business software maker BigMachines secured an additional $29 million in its second round of funding led by investors Vista Equity Partners and Deutsche Venture Capital. Foster City, Calif.-based BigMachines makes software that enables companies to buy and sell complex engineering products such as industrial machinery over the Web. The new capital will help BigMachines achieve long-term financial success without raising further funding, the company said. The company intends to use the capital to build a global sales team, support the adoption of its products within its current customer base and to invest in software development. As a part of the latest financing found, Robert Smith and Stephen Davis, principals of Vista, will join the company?s board. Other investors that participated in the funding include prior investors Sculley Brothers, Rolling Thunder Network and Abel Equities.

March 19, 2001

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Cambridge Technology Partners takes an equity stake in PeopleSupport

Cambridge Technology Partners has taken an equity stake in PeopleSupport, an online provider of customer relationship management (CRM) software and services. The professional services firm said it intends to help PeopleSupport create and foster long-term business relationships with its clients. The undisclosed investment was made under Cambridge's recently-formed Newco investments unit and venture capital fund. To date, the company has invested in companies such as Active Software, DigitalThink and E.piphany.

April 19, 2000