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Jolted by a slump in home sales, US computer companies thrust deeper into Europe. Collaboration among European firms is seen as one way of meeting the threat. Meanwhile ICL's Sir John Wall opposite is out to kill the industry's mystique. Richard Brooks reports.
Americans like the House of Lords. Consequently, it showed a good sense of touch to appoint Lord Cromer as Ambassador to the United States. The Baring family have a history of association with America one helped finance Thomas Jefferson's purchase of Louisiana from Napoleon. Another, Lord...
Contrary to popular stories put about during World War II, man's ability to see better in the blackout was not helped by eating carrots. But it was at this time that scientists in both Britain and Germany fought a oneupmanship battle to produce equipment capable of spotting the enemy in darkness.
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