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Amazon seeking 120,000 seasonal workers

SAN FRANCISCO, USA: US online giant Amazon on Thursday announced that it plans to hire 120,000 seasonal workers to help handle an expected crush of holiday shopping...

14 Oct 2016


HOK's Kay Sargent to present at CorpComm Expo 2016

Kay Sargent, senior principal of strategic accounts and workplace at HOK, a global design and engineering firm, will present a seminar focused on environmental design at CorpComm Expo 2016...

25 Aug 2016


Sobriety of oil-addicted nations

The world is just not going to stop neither for a single leader nor for groups of nations..?

By Naseem Javed 20 Apr 2016


Five ways to improve teambuilding among virtual employees

The workplace no longer exclusively means a space where everyone comes together five days a week, and sits at assigned desks or reports to their offices...

By Hicks Crawford 12 Feb 2016


Simple ways to reduce business costs

At the moment, most business owners and marketers are pressured to do all that they can in order to cut costs. That is not at all something that is simple to do since it can easily lead towards losing business because of making bad decisions.

By Boris Dzhingarov 25 Aug 2015


Four safety nets for small business owners

Running a small business creates the potential for many setbacks, failures, and hazardous situations. Though you can't always prevent these, you can protect yourself from them by building the right safety nets...

By Boris Dzhingarov 6 Aug 2015


Female millennials are the most confident and ambitious of any female generation

New PwC survey dispels myths about women and work...

5 Mar 2015


Most entrepreneurs fail in the USA - Why does that happen?

When you take a look at the statistics, you instantly notice that most people out there in the USA will fail as entrepreneurs...

By Boris Dzhingarov 19 Jan 2015


Nadella gaffe over pay raises women's ire

WASHINGTON, USA: Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella's gaffe over women, pay raises comes as the US technology sector is facing up to questions over diversity and gender equality.

13 Oct 2014


Hewlett-Packard to separate into two divisions

NEW YORK, USA: Hewlett-Packard said it would split into two separate, listed companies with its computer and printer businesses in one company and its corporate hardware and services operations in another.

7 Oct 2014


NY Times to cut 100 journalists' jobs

NEW YORK, USA: The New York Times plans to cut 100 newsroom jobs in the latest move by the prestigious daily to adapt to industry upheaval and trim its costs.

2 Oct 2014


Larry Ellison changes jobs at Oracle

SAN FRANCISCO - Tycoon yachtsman Larry Ellison has stepped down as Oracle's Chief Executive, trusting a pair of lieutenants to steer the business software firm he helped launch decades ago.

22 Sep 2014


Vice Media valued at $2.5bn

WASHINGTON, USA: Vice Media, the Brooklyn-based online news operation which has a strong following among 18- to 34-year-olds, has secured $500m in funding giving it a valuation of $2.5bn, according to reports in the New York Times and TechCrunch.

5 Sep 2014


Ballmer finally steps down from Microsoft's board

SAN FRANCISCO, USA: Microsoft's former Chief Executive Steven Ballmer has stepped down as a member of the company's board of directors.

20 Aug 2014


Silicon Valley staff anti-poaching settlement rejected

SAN FRANCISCO, USA: A federal judge has rejected a plan to compensate employees affected by an "anti-poaching" agreement involving Silicon Valley technology companies Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe.

11 Aug 2014


LinkedIn must pay $6m in backpay to workers

WASHINGTON - LinkedIn has agreed to pay nearly $6m in backpay and damages to 359 current and former employees after a US investigation found it had failed to pay them properly for overtime work.

5 Aug 2014


Nokia hurts Microsoft revenues

NEW YORK, USA: Microsoft said its profits took a hit from its newly acquired Nokia phone division but that revenues got a strong lift from cloud services.

23 Jul 2014


Microsoft closes Xbox Entertainment Studios

SAN FRANCISCO, USA: Microsoft, caught-up in a battle to restructure its business, has confirmed that its studio devoted to original television programs for Xbox consoles will be closed.

21 Jul 2014


Reorganisation sees Microsoft axe 18,000 jobs

NEW YORK, USA: Microsoft said it would axe 18,000 jobs from its global workforce over the next year, the majority coming from the integration of Nokia bought by it earlier this year.

18 Jul 2014


Twitter's Rowghani quits

SAN FRANCISCO, USA: Twitter's Chief Operating Officer Ali Rowghani announced he was leaving his post on Thursday, 12 June, amid concerns about sluggish growth at the popular messaging service.

13 Jun 2014

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