“The Applicants fail to demonstrate concrete, verifiable public interest benefits from the proposed transaction”
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but science and technology run our lives.
Juniper has historically been an innovation-focused company, relying heavily on an expensive R&D budget to out-innovate rivals and gain market share.
This looks like it could be a slow car crash for Europe. It looks like it’s too late to apply the brakes but some air bags could still be inflated.
USTR said proposals by Germany’s state-backed Deutsche Telekom to bypass the United States were “draconian” and likely aimed at giving European companies an advantage over their U.S. counterparts.
The sales would be the first acknowledged dealings between U.S. aerospace companies and Iran since the 1979 U.S. hostage crisis led to U.S. sanctions that were later broadened during the dispute over Iran’s nuclear activities.
The E-2D has true 360-degree radar coverage that represents a two-generation jump in radar capabilities, Northrop said, and its commercial, open-architecture hardware and software will enable quick, inexpensive refresh of components.
Nowhere is this more obvious than in Italy, where debt has jumped from 119% to 133% since 2010 despite draconian fiscal cuts and a primary budget surplus.
Athens could become an urban beach destination to the same extent that Barcelona has, provided that this coastline is developed carefully.
The approach, while still sketchy, has won conditional approval from privacy advocates including the Electronic Privacy Information Center and the American Civil Liberties Union.