currently sells its Quantum LightTM
the solid state lighting industry. http://www.qdvision.com
or year ended March 2010, Qinetiq (LSE: QQ) published preliminary revenue of £1,625.4
million (2009: £1,617.3m), operating loss of £25.3 million (2009: profit of £128.1m). Leo Quinn, Chief Executive Officer of QinetiQ Group plc, said “This has been a difficult year for QinetiQ, with challen- ging conditions in our core markets and considerable internal change. Our markets are likely to remain uncertain for some time, but we now have a deci- sive programme of self-help to restore value. We are acting to make our costs more competitive, our productivity better and our debt lower. We are chan- ging our structure to benefit from QinetiQ’s overall strengths. Most of all, we are working to transform our culture into one based on leadership, accounta- bility and empowerment of what is an outstanding group of people. With these immediate steps, the Board believes that it will meet its expectations for the current year. At the same time our goal is to build the right foundation for a return to profitable and sustainable growth in the future.” http://www.qinetiq.com/
obbins Umeda LLP has commenced an investi- gation into possible breaches of fiduciary duty
and other violations of the law by certain officers and directors at Akeena Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ: AKNS). Akeena Solar engages in the design, integra- tion, installation, marketing, and sale of solar power systems. The Company was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Los Gatos, California. Further, in December 2007, Akeena Solar announced that its existing credit line was increased from $7.5 million
S optic product to
to $25 million. The increase was believed to be a vote of confidence in the Company, and upon news of the increase, the Company‘s stock price rose approximately 20%. A year later, however, Akeena Solar revealed that the increase in its line of credit was not an increase at all, but a mere cash collatera- lization agreement whereby Akeena Solar agreed to maintain a cash deposit of the same amount. http://www.robbinsumeda.com
EMATECH, a global consortium of chipmakers, and AZ Electronic Materials, the global supplier
of electronic materials to the semiconductor and flat panel display industries, announced that AZ Electro- nic Materials has joined SEMATECH’s Resist Materi- als and Development Center (RMDC) at the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) of the University at Albany.
AZ Electronic Materials will collaborate with SEMA- TECH engineers on crucial resist issues in extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography. Specific areas include reduction or elimination of line edge roughness (LER) in images below 22nm; ultimate resolution of new resists; and testing imaging materials for EUV sensiti- vity.
emiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), the world‘s leading university-research consortium
for semiconductors and related technologies, and researchers from Cornell University today announced a reliable method for visualizing and identifying the detailed structure of low-k insulating materials at a sub-nanometer scale. The ability to capture direct, quantitative images of pore structures – some smaller
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