Just as the technology industry’s glass ceiling is being shattered by high-profile executives like Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg and Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer, Silicon Valley is showing signs it’s still a boys club.
Dell appeared to have received competing offers following a $24.4 billion agreement last month to be taken private by its founder and private equity firm Silver Lake, setting up a tug-of-war for the world's No. 3 PC maker.
A new study published by Vlerick Business School in Belgium and carried out on behalf of IAB Europe has revealed that Europe has the potential to generate an additional 1.5 million jobs in the EU through the digital economy.
Hewlett-Packard's board is fighting to retain its authority after narrowly surviving a shareholder rebellion which saw big protest votes against the re-election of five directors at its annual meeting.
New research from Sony shows that the increase in employees bringing their personal devices into work combined with poor security habits is creating a ticking data security time bomb.
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ST Ericsson, the mobile chip joint venture, is to close with the loss of 1,600 jobs in Sweden, Germany, India and China, having been crushed by competition from Asian chipmakers and the collapse of Finnish phonemaker Nokia's smartphone business.
The leveraged buyout of Dell requires that only 42 percent of existing shareholders vote against the deal for it to be abandoned. Given the present opposition it faces from large shareholders, it is fair to say the LBO is in doubt.
Apple may finally do something big with some of its $137 billion cash pile, Legg Mason Capital Management portfolio manager Bill Miller told CNBC on Friday.
Just 27% of those employed in Britain’s digital industries are women, according to a new report from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES), a public body which aims to advise the government and others on those issues.
Hewlett-Packard is to pay $100m (£65m) to settle a lawsuit brought by a Dutch pension fund over its controversial $11bn purchase of British software firm Autonomy.
Apple revamped its news service on Monday, making a play to take on Facebook as the two tech giants court readers and publishers to be the top platform for news.