Melbourne's Computershare is sole Aussie in Reuters' top 100 tech leaders list

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Melbourne's Computershare is sole Aussie in Reuters' top 100 tech leaders list
A single Australian technology company carved out a place in Reuters' debut 'Top 100 Global Technology Leaders' list, which featured Microsoft in the No.1 spot, followed by chipmaker Intel and network vendor Cisco. Melbourne-headquartered share registrar Computershare ...

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