LinkedIn is fast becoming the recruitment portal of choice for HR managers, so it's time to pay it more attention
Chipmaker commits to improve proportion of women and ethnic minorities in workforce by 2020
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University’s funding the latest effort to tackle fall in STEM workers
Housing provider improving employee engagement with Advanced solution
Microsoft & Google representatives to be grilled tomorrow on state of UK tech scene
Sources tell Bloomberg Microsoft could be prepping for largest round of job cuts in its history
We take a look at the new flexible working legislation, and highlight the technology needed to make it possible for your business
Experts gathered to debate the merits of BYOD and agreed that users must be at the heart of any such strategy
LinkedIn has posted a demographic of their workforce, proving that there is a real lack of some ethnic groups in big companies
Almost half of major technology firms have no idea where the components for their devices come from, it emerges
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HDS survey claims IT departments lack skills and tech needed to make the most of big data
Zane Rowe and Katie Cotton depart from Cupertino while Apple looks to innovate
The Your Life campaign wants more young women to study STEM subjects and embark on tech careers
Beard will replace Brendan Eich who resigned after a public outcry on Twitter
Mozilla admits it was too slow to engage with employees
Corporate VP latest in a string of Windows execs to leave Redmond giant.
Business lobby outlines proposals to get more people to pursue STEM careers.
Long-serving finance guru wants to spend more time with family, and acquire his pilot's license.
IBM Verse release date nears
Apple records largest profit ever posted by a company
YouTube now uses HTML5 by default
Intel joins Cambridge University's HPC research centre
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