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From Silicon Valley to Buenos Aires' slums

Engineer Rebeca Hwang, a Ph.D. student from Stanford University, is working to strengthen Argentina's water co-ops and bring clean water to more people. CNET Download's Jessica Dolcourt, author of CNET News.com's "Engineering change" series, e-mailed questions to Hwang, who sent back her videotaped answers.

November 1, 2007


Engineering change: Finding clean water for the slums of Buenos Aires

Day 2: Stanford University Ph.D. Rebeca Hwang has a plan for boosting the power of water treatment technology in Argentina. Photos: Tapping pure water

By April 10, 2007


HP delays financial-analyst meeting

Hewlett-Packard has delayed its meeting with financial analysts so it can offer more concrete details on its planned acquisition of Compaq Computer, spokeswoman Rebeca Robboy said Friday. The meeting had been scheduled for early December but now is expected in January, she said. "We wanted to be farther along in the merger process," she said. HP will combine the meeting with several regional briefings that already were planned for January, Robboy said. Analysts also had air travel concerns regarding security and end-of-year budget constraints, she added. HP announced a plan to acquire rival Compaq in September but currently is grappling with resistance from family members of the company's founders.

By November 9, 2001