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HIGH. This word has various significations: 1. Principal or chief, as high constable, high sheriff. 2. Prominent, in a bad sense, as high treason. 3. Open, not confined, as high seas.

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businesses are expected to retire hundreds of millions of high-tech assets--computers, servers, monitors, printers, networking equipment, etc.
Headlines regarding the threat of high-tech crime have become commonplace.
What received much less publicity was the news that their hacking predecessors--who are now helping prevent security breaches, rather than doing the "breaching"--are touting the benefits of integrating high-tech security systems with insurance.
In Silicon Valley rents have dropped 25%, while in San Francisco's South of Market (SOMA) district, home to many high-tech companies, rents have plunged by almost 50% due to a current availability of three million SF, an increase of more than 250% in less than six months.
High-tech companies formed a coalition and retained several lobbyists to help develop a political strategy to defeat FASB's exposure draft.
In 2006, Israeli VCs invested $651 million in Israeli high-tech companies, about equal to investments made in 2005 ($655 million) and 2004 ($665 million).
The study also reveals that 40 percent of high-tech tenants prefer to keep their businesses in Downtown's ITD, and more than half prefer to stay in Silicon Alley.
With Energizer[R] e2[R] Lithium([R]), the world's longest lasting AA and AAA batteries in high-tech devices and the new Energizer([R]) Energi To Go[TM]Instant Cell Phone Charger, Energizer continues to drive innovation to keep people's devices going.
Skilled people are the lifeblood of the high-tech industry," said Rob Richardson, Intel's East Coast Education Manager.
When you examine this increase in VC funding and the fact that California still leads in employment in nearly every high-tech sector, it is obvious that California remains an attractive location for technology companies to innovate.