U.S., Russia meet to discuss cybersecurity

The United States and Russia have begun discussing cybersecurity with the aim to promote cybertrust, which may result in establishing a working group on information security between the two countries.

China telecom dumps fed market

Huawei, a China-based telecom company, says it is no longer interested in the U.S. market in the face of new restrictions on what the federal government can buy from China.

BAE seeks balance in uncertain market

BAE Systems winning strategy combines cost cutting with renewed efforts to capture key contracts.

CORRECTION: L-3 sued for trade-secret, product-info disclosure

Lawsuit contends foreign entity gained competitive advantage through violation of confidential agreements.

CGI wins $74M in visa support work

CGI's Stanely Associates will provide business process support to the State Department for processing nonimmigrant and immigrant visa applications.

IBM adds software analytics firm to Big Blue offerings

Acquisition said to enhance IBM's Smarter Analytics capabilities and support company's long-term growth strategy.

CSC credit rating takes a hit

S&P lowers rating amid poor 2012 results and continuing issues with troubled contracts.

The ABCs of international BD

Tight budgets have companies focused on international markets, but there are seven critical factors you need to consider.

Eurozone crisis, luxury consumption

Is Europe's economy affecting luxury spending?

Will high unemployment create a "burning platform" to encourage government change?

Steve Kelman learns and teaches in Spain.

Dell goes north of border for latest acquisition

Acquisition of Make Technologies gives computer giant end-to-end solutions from hardware through application migration services.

SAP structures specialized unit for national security clients

Realignment brings integration of Sybase Federal and creates SAP National Security Services to support defense and intelligence customers.

One more round of Singapore observations

Steve Kelman's adventures in cross-culture awareness continue.

One professor's adventures in the Singapore food scene

Steve Kelman tastes the delights of the far east.

Singapore observations

Steve Kelman's Singaporean experience translates into observations.

Asian Grammy coming soon?

Singapore seeks to create an award for music similar to the Grammy.

Understanding wealth management in Singapore

Steve Kelman learns why Singapore is an attractive destination for foreign money.

Free expression in China: Opportunities and limits

An English-language Chinese newspaper is surprisingly candid, Steve Kelman learns.

Has CSC breathed new life into its troubled $3.7B UK health contract?

Non-binding letter of intent with U.K. Department of Health defines a way forward for CSC to deliver health-care solutions and services.

Raytheon developing software for Navy, others' radar systems

U.S., Australian Navy gain lion’s share of contract work.