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Slashdot Items Tagged "braindrain"

Date / TimeStory
Sunday November 13, 2011 @05:41PM Is American Innovation Losing Its Shine?
Sunday July 31, 2011 @12:13PM How and Why Wall Street Programmers Earn Top Salaries
Tuesday February 01, 2011 @09:02PM The Microsoft High-Profile Exodus Continues
Sunday November 14, 2010 @01:03AM Tide of International Science Moving Against US, EU
Monday November 01, 2010 @03:04PM 33 Developers Leave OpenOffice.org
Friday March 19, 2010 @04:31AM High-Tech Research Moving From US To China
Thursday February 04, 2010 @10:45PM How Infighting Hampers Innovation At Microsoft
Tuesday January 26, 2010 @09:21AM China Will Lead World Scientific Research By 2020
Thursday November 19, 2009 @03:31PM Respected Developers Begin Fleeing the App Store
Tuesday September 22, 2009 @04:02AM The Perils of Ramming Products Down IT's Throat
Tuesday April 14, 2009 @01:49PM Obama Taps a 5th Lawyer From the RIAA
Friday November 28, 2008 @12:51AM Stephen Hawking Going To Canada
Saturday August 30, 2008 @07:48PM US No Longer the World's Internet Hub
Monday August 11, 2008 @06:49PM IT Internship In the US For a Foreigner?
Wednesday July 16, 2008 @12:13PM Steven Hawking Considering Move To Canada
Friday January 18, 2008 @01:33PM State of US Science Report Shows Disturbing Trends
Wednesday December 19, 2007 @04:47PM House and Senate Slash Science Budget Increases
Friday July 20, 2007 @06:05PM U.S. Science and Engineering Research Flattens
Wednesday March 28, 2007 @10:36PM US No Longer Technology King
Sunday November 26, 2006 @04:19AM Mark Shuttleworth Tries To Lure OpenSUSE Devs
Monday August 14, 2006 @07:50PM Google Code Jam Registration Opens Today
Sunday July 30, 2006 @09:13PM Stem Cells - The Hope and the Hype
Saturday July 29, 2006 @06:45PM MS Security Guru Leaves for Amazon.com
Saturday May 27, 2006 @05:36PM Science Ability Down in U.S. High Schools
Sunday April 23, 2006 @08:18AM OSS Provides Opportunity, Challenge for Developing World
Wednesday April 12, 2006 @11:02PM 2006 ACM Programming Contest Complete

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