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CSC results: from El Segundo to Falls Church?
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Positive results from CSC stand against the prevailing mood of the economy, and suggest the service sector remains strong, in spite of the financial gloom.
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Outsourcing: this time it’s personal, claims CSC
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Social networking changes people's expectations of technology, said CSC's Guy Hains at an industry event. In such a climate, outsourcing suppliers will be asked to supply the innovation, reports Chris Middleton.
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Winter bear hits the China shop
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China joins the West in battling an unexpectedly harsh economic winter... meanwhile mad-made trouble hits the eastern internet.
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Mr Gates Goes To Downing Street
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Bill Gates spoke to business delegates in London about China, (not) getting sued, and the benefits of competition...
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2008: Playing the risk game – offshoring
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With risk avoidance, assessment and management rising high on the corporate agenda for 2008, offshoring is certain to be one area that is closely examined, along with HR (see separate article). This predicates a need for 'risk intelligence'...
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Wipro now number two Indian services company
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Indian services giant Wipro swims upstream in a downward market.
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Wall Street: a tale of two sectors
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There are glimmers of hope on Wall Street for technology players and other sectors, even as the finance market hits rock bottom...
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Anti-outsourcing news reflects fears over job security
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As the economy slows, outsourcing will be watched like never before for any sign that jobs are being put at risk. This will be the first downturn of the Internet age. Just ask Capita...
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Will the US elections make outsourcing a dirty word?
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US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton may be storming ahead in most of the polls, but as Super Tuesday approaches there's a new looming problem – her stance on outsourcing.
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