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For half, STEM degrees lead to other jobs

The truth, when it comes to computer employment data, is almost always ugly.

Workers hit Apple with class action suit over alleged labor rule violations

Apple faces in a state court in California a class action suit that its employees were not provided timely meal breaks, rest breaks and final paychecks, according to the lawyer for the employees.

'Nadella Effect' makes Ballmer $2.8B richer

Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's 'devices and services' strategy may be in tatters, discarded by his successor, Satya Nadella, but Ballmer must be smiling all the way to the bank.

SAP CEO talks Oracle, Hana and life in Germany

SAP CEO Bill McDermott is going on two months as the first American to hold the company's top job, and has been quick to make his mark with a pledge to simplify the company's software, operations and interactions with customers.

Update: Microsoft to lay off 18,000 in next year

Microsoft announced Thursday morning that it will cut its workforce by up to 18,000 jobs, or 14 percent, in the next year, as part of a broad effort to streamline the company in the wake of its acquisition of phone-maker Nokia.

Chinese authorities find no underage workers at Samsung supplier

Chinese authorities have so far found no underage workers at a local Samsung Electronics supplier accused of using 'child labor,' but have started a campaign to crack down on the illegal activity.

Apple's Eddy Cue takes cue from boss, auctions off lunch date for charity

Apple's chief of Internet software and services, Eddy Cue, has put himself up on the charity auction block.

Nadella dumps Ballmer's 'devices and services,' coins his own strategy

The words chosen by Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella for the long mission statement he issued Thursday show the firm's two-year-old "devices and services" strategy is dead.

Nadella on Microsoft's culture change: 'Nothing is off the table'

Microsoft staffers worldwide should buckle their seat belts because a big culture shakeup is in the works at the company.

The top 10 paying IT jobs: IT careers can prove fruitful

IT management positions generally pay quite well, but a new survey finds that so do a lot of other IT jobs.

Struggling Acer names new chairman

Acer named one of its co-founders, George Huang, to the post of company chairman as the Taiwanese PC maker battles to become a force in mobile devices and software.

Tip of the Hat: An inside look at the fall of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich

Brendan Eich's ignominious departure from Mozilla this spring wasn't, as most of us think, due only to his opposition to gay marriage.

Gates urges Stanford grads not to focus on profit alone

Bill and Melinda Gates told graduating students at Stanford University on Sunday that innovation for profit alone will not solve the most pressing problems facing the planet.

Update: Apple grabs $5.3M of Angela Ahrendts' stock to pay taxes

Half of Angela Ahrendts' first allotment of stock grants vanished this week when Apple withheld them for tax purposes

SAP relents, will provide new UI technology at no extra charge

Bowing to pressure from customers and competitors, SAP will provide a series of recently released, next-generation user interface technologies at no extra charge.

3 ways to manage corporate digitization

Single digital executive or digital islands? It's time to choose an approach that fits your corporate strategy, according to research by the MIT Center for Information Systems Research.

3 reasons why IT execs need to go out to lunch more

In the last couple of years, social, mobile, analytics and cloud technologies have risen to the top of many organizations' agendas. IDC calls the combination of these technologies "the third platform" and predicts they will account for 89% of technology spending this year.

Business users bypass IT and go rogue to the cloud

IT departments need to watch out for business units or even individual workers going rogue and bypassing IT to go straight to the cloud.

Cisco will lead SDN and win IT, Chambers says

There's a big showdown coming in IT pitting no-name hardware with overlaid software against purpose-built architectures that stretch from data centers to the edges of networks, Cisco CEO John Chambers says.

Google hopes fashion expertise will give Glass a boost with new hire

Google has hired a former Calvin Klein and Gap executive to help make Glass socially acceptable and turn it into a mainstream product.