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Timing of mosquito season influences calculation of damages in breach of confidence case

The timing of the mosquito season in two African countries helped a mosquito net manufacturer avoid liability for damages owed for accelerated entry into market of a product developed using a rival's confidential information. 24 Oct 2014

Technological change driving increasingly customised manufacturing, says industry commentator

Advances in technology are helping manufacturers to tailor products to the needs of individual customers, author and journalist Peter Marsh has said. 22 Oct 2014

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Use of standardised embedded SIMs would accelerate growth of the 'internet of things', study finds

Manufacturers of cars and consumer electronic devices could benefit if they embrace a new standard for embedded SIM cards used for storing data in devices, according to a new report. 14 Oct 2014

Outsourcing companies would be beneficiaries of predicted 'fourth revolution' of radical scaled-down government, says Economist editor

A radical scaling down of the size of government and the scope of public services would create opportunities for outsourcing companies and firms running services for governments, according to John Micklethwait, editor in chief of The Economist.  08 Oct 2014

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