Archive for May, 2011

Sisvel And Rfid Consortium Offer Limited Extension Of Royalty Discounts For Uhf Rfid Licensing

Sisvel US and the RFID Consortium today announced a limited extension of the “early adopter” discount royalty rates offered under the Consortium’s UHF RFID licensing program. (3 hours ago)

Sisvel And Rfid Consortium Offer Limited Extension Of Royalty Discounts For Uhf Rfid Licensing

Sisvel US and the RFID Consortium today announced a limited extension of the “early adopter” discount royalty rates offered under the Consortium’s UHF RFID licensing program. (3 hours ago)

Russia Unexpectedly Lifts Deposit Rate, Other Rates on Hold

Russia’s central bank unexpectedly lifted its overnight deposit rate while leaving the benchmark refinancing and repo rates unchanged today as it seeks to curb inflation without hurting economic growth. (1 hour ago)

Summary for Week Ending May 27th

The economic data was soft again last week. The Richmond Fed manufacturing survey showed contraction in May, and the Kansas City Fed manufacturing survey showed growth had “stalled”. (23 hours ago)

Summary for Week Ending May 27th

The economic data was soft again last week. The Richmond Fed manufacturing survey showed contraction in May, and the Kansas City Fed manufacturing survey showed growth had “stalled”. (23 hours ago)

Mead talks economy, census at Rotary meeting

Gov. Matt Mead talked about flooding, the state budget and more during the Rotary Club of Laramie’s luncheon on Thursday at the Laramie Country Club. Mead received a warm reception in his first appearance in front of Laramie Rotary. (60 mins ago)

Medical community decries state budget plans

The state’s budget proposals will result in less care for Medicaid patients and bad news for Oregon’s struggling economy, hospital officials say. (2 hours ago)

Young and restless in Spain as jobless rate soars

The first thing Silvia Huelves was told when she started studying architecture was that she should take up Chinese or Japanese – she was never going to build anything in Spain any time soon. (39 secs ago)

Revolt Batters Syria’s Already-struggling Economy

The uprising against Syrian President Bashar Assad is eviscerating the country’s economy, threatening to hit hard at the business community and prosperous merchant classes, which the embattled regime relies on to help retain its grip on power. (26 mins ago)

Belarus Headed for Economic Meltdown,? 51% Ruble Plunge, VTB Capital Says

Belarus is headed for an economic meltdown? and the ruble will need to drop another 51 percent as the former Soviet republic’s import-dependent economy is starved of foreign currency, according to Russia’s second- largest bank. (27 mins ago)