Yahoo CEO Bartz Shakes Up Management
While Yahoo's CFO and mobile czar pack their bags, the executive's first blog indicates a new focus on improving relations with customers and advertisers.
Stimulus Package Will Spur New Tech Jobs
Compared with other job sectors, the IT labor force has been holding up relatively well during the recession. And now there's an extra boost -- the government's economic stimulus programs should fuel demand for new tech talent in several key areas.
Cox Hires Wireless Network Execs
The cable company will use its portion of the 700-MHz spectrum to provide mobile services like voice and programming DVRs on the go.
Where Does Apple Go From Here?
Apple's got room for future triumphs -- but it also faces threats from a battered economy, rejuvenated competitors, and a leadership crisis precipitated by Steve Jobs' illness.
Nokia To Cut Phone Production
As consumer demand fades, the world's largest cell phone maker will close down multiple manufacturing sites to cut costs by about $905 million annually.
Smart Companies Still Looking For Smart IT People
Are IT jobs defying gravity as overall U.S. employment figures continue to tank? Latest monthly employment figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and a recent IT pay trends study by research firm Foote Partners sheds some insight into what IT skills remain hot in an ice-cold jobs climate.
Global CIO: Business/IT Alignment Redux
Don't stop aligning IT with the business -- change how you do it. Sit down with businesspeople and talk about goals and what IT projects might do to support them.
Economy Is Biggest Wild Card Outsourcers Face, Says Wipro Co-CEO
If the global economy doesn't improve over the next six months, there's likely to be more industry consolidation, not only involving IT services providers, but especially among big outsourcing clients, predicts Girish Paranjpe, joint CEO of Wipro Technologies.