CEOs and CFOs at AIM listed tech companies earn less than half their peers’ salary, report suggests.
Marc Benioff eyes up more female recruits to help drive the company - and the industry - forward
Jim Wong is the second CEO to resign from Acer this month.
Software giant's chairman has shed light on how the search for Microsoft's next CEO is working out.
Redmond wants to end cannibalistic working environment.
Miliband scorns Cameron’s efforts to fill skills gap as he talks up his own IT jobs strategy.
Microsoft's CEO shortlist gets smaller, but Ford's Mulally and Nokia's Elop make the cut.
Research suggests proficiency in two or more programming languages boosts pay.
Grisly details of HP's massive restructuring emerge.
How important are good lines of communication as far as the enterprise IT security strategy is concerned? Davey Winder investigates...
Promoting IT skills is essential to UK’s economic future, claims Neil Lafferty.
Facebook and Microsoft founders give backing to Code.org educational initiative.
Manufacturer admits some workers may have done overtime and worked night shifts when they shouldn't have.
According to sources, Microsoft is already narrowing down its list of potential new CEO candidates.
Telecoms equipments maker looks set to reduce head count as part of cost-cutting measures.
Research suggests IT personnel are doing the job of more than one person, but their CVs are reaping the rewards.
Headcount to be cut by 15,000 over next 12 months.
Beleaguered smartphone maker returns to its roots amid news of Z10 write down and jobs cuts.
Commission vice president Neelie Kroes wants next Google or Facebook to be European.
New report suggests 300,000 new recruits are needed to fill IT employment gaps by 2023.
Obama shuns iPhone on security grounds
HTC 'One Mini' faces UK ban
RBS blames IT failures on "decades" of underinvestment
Amazon trials drone delivery service
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