Richardson Local Business
Local business in Richardson, TX
Friday Jul 31 | via CRN
These days, every vendor is vying for a technical staff's attention, but VCE said it is totally committed to helping partners with a new EMC credit arrangement it said will "win every time." VCE, which is part of the EMC Federation of companies, which also includes EMC Information Infrastructure, RSA, Pivotal and VMware, said its channel partners can now use EMC training credits for VCE partner courses. Comment?
Friday Jul 31 | via Business Journal
Texas Instruments is hoping that the sale of its 84-acre Spring Creek campus in Plano will make it easier for its teams to work together. "Historically, the use of the site has changed," TI spokeswoman Nicole Bernard said. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 28 | via GlobeSt.com
Network with your peers from across the country at RealShare national conferences. RealShare STUDENT HOUSING in Dallas on September 1-2. Comment?
Sunday Jul 26 | via Dallas Morning News
A big Telecom Corridor office campus has changed hands. And the new owners plan to remodel and market the buildings to attract more business to Richardson. Comment?
Saturday Jul 25 | via Denton Record-Chronicle
I first arrived at the Denton Convention & Visitors Bureau at the beginning of 2003. My initial focus as the new kid on the block was meeting the movers and shakers. Comment?
Saturday Jul 25 | via PR.com
Print A to Z is no stranger to helping companies build their brand, so Click4Corp has sought their services out to supply their marketing collateral. Many successful campaigns enlist the usage of a print shop to help create everything from business cards and brochures, to large signs and vehicle wraps for advertisement. Comment?
Friday Jul 24 | via CRN
VCE executives say the converged infrastructure company is poised for fast, dramatic growth and is winning deals against legacy vendors such as Hewlett-Packard, IBM and Dell. While legacy vendors are getting in on the action, according to VCE Vice President of Portfolio Marketing Bob Wambach, VCE is becoming the "go-to" vendor in converged infrastructure, which brings compute, storage, networking and virtualization functions together in turnkey systems. Comment?
Friday Jul 24 | via Dallas Morning News
But the telecom firm plans to move out at the end of next year. Verizon intends to consolidate the operations to other locations. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 21 | via Dallas Morning News
Geico Insurance is close to announcing plans about a move of its North Texas regional offices from Farmers Branch to the Telecom Corridor. Geico is leasing the former Fossil headquarters on Greenville Avenue just east of North Central Expressway, real estate brokers say. Comment?
Monday Jul 20 | via Business Wire
Popular Boost Max gets upgrades with Boost Max+ featuring Android 5.1 platform and stylish gold-color casing at just $199.99 with no-contract commitment )-- ZTE USA , the fourth largest smartphone manufacturer in the U.S. and second largest in the no-contract market*, today announced the availability of the Boost Max+ by ZTE on Boost Mobile. Starting today, consumers can get the latest smartphone technology and design at just $199.99 , with a no-contract** commitment. Comment?
Monday Jul 20 | via Investor's Business Daily
The maker of heating and air conditioning systems for home and business said Q2 adjusted income from continuing operations reached $83.9 million, compared to $74.9 million in the same quarter a year ago. That translates to $1.84 earnings per share minus one-time items, a 22% increase and 4 cents better than expected by analysts. Comment?
Sunday Jul 19 | via PR-inside.com
Recently published research from GlobalData, "Intrusion Inc. - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review", is now available at Fast Market Research Intrusion Inc. is a software developer. The company develops network monitoring and analysis products and solutions for financial services companies and the US government. Comment?
Saturday Jul 18 | via Business Journal
Trains at NorthPark kicks off 2015 event: The Trains at NorthPark 2015 celebrated the kickoff of this year's annual holiday fundraiser at LUBLU in May. From left: The Trains at NorthPark co-chairs Jennifer Tobin and April Cook; Pat Brockette, SVP of Corporate Banking for Bank of Texas and presenting sponsor; and Jill Cumnock, CEO of Ronald McDonald House of Dallas and organizer of The Trains at NorthPark. Tandon keynotes DCCCD STEM Summit: Dr. Nina Tandon - TED Fellow, CEO and co-founder of EpiBone and pioneering scientist - discussed her groundbreaking research and tissue engineering at the annual DCCCD STEM Summit in April. Comment?
Friday Jul 17 | via D Magazine
A few weeks ago, Terrell and Jim Falk hosted a dinner for columnist Adrian Wooldridge of The Economist magazine at their home in Dallas' Briarwood neighborhood. Many of the 25 or so guests of the Falks-he's president and CEO of the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth-were eager to get some face time with Wooldridge, who was gathering material for a column about the North Texas economy. Comment?
Thursday Jul 16 | via NewsOK.com
Pecan growers interested in or concerned about a proposed marketing order are encouraged to attend a public hearing scheduled for July 23-24, or contact the U.S. Department of Agriculture directly. The hearing will allow comment on a proposed marketing order regulating the handling of pecans grown in Oklahoma and 14 other states. Comment?
Friday Jul 10 | via Dallas Morning News
Each text, email, download and transaction on someone's phone does not just exist in an unseen, virtual reality. Every one needs to be processed or stored on a server somewhere. Comment?
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