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nucleus

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NASA images capture icy nucleus of distant comet

In a precision, high-speed flyby, a recycled NASA spacecraft takes spectacular images of a peanut-shaped comet's frozen nucleus and multiple jets of icy debris.

By November 4, 2010

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GE to outfit some Martha's Vineyard homes

Some Massachusetts island homes will receive GE smart appliances or Nucleus energy management systems as part of a community push to go completely renewable in winter.

By January 6, 2011

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Anthony Gallo Acoustics: Changing the shape of speaker design

After 17 years of making spherical speakers, Anthony Gallo Acoustics will debut its first box speakers, the Nucleus Classico Series, at CES 2011.

By January 6, 2011

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GE creates home energy unit in smart-grid play

General Electric is targeting home energy efficiency with the combination of its Nucleus home energy monitoring system and connected appliances.

By November 30, 2010

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Sand Technology hires CFO

Montreal-based data analysis company Sand Technology announced Monday that it hired Bernd Beyer as vice president and chief financial officer. Beyer, who has a Master of Business Administration degree from McGill University in Montreal, was previously a senior manager of financial strategy for a major Canadian bank and an audit specialist for consulting firm Arthur Andersen. With its flagship Nucleus data management system and customers including British Telecommunications and Merrill Lynch, Sand Technology software automates supply chain management, inventory and production, financial analysis and strategic planning. The science surrounding the analysis--also called "data mining"--is emerging as one of the hottest niches in e-commerce, and dozens of firms in the United States, Canada and Europe are scrambling for market position and venture funding.

January 14, 2002

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Power play: Why Ray Lane left Oracle

The story behind the abrupt departure of Oracle's president is one of hubris, greed, betrayal and personal epiphany--characteristics that have come to define the nucleus of Silicon Valley.

By July 13, 2000