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Shanghai women to get free IT training
A million residents in the Shanghai are set to receive IT training over the next few years as part of efforts to make the metropolis a "digital city." The massive educati...
Training molecules to draw chips
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin have come up with a way to organize molecules through lithography, the science of "drawing" chip circuits. It's a development t...
IBM signs Brazilian Linux training pact
IBM has signed a deal to provide training in Linux and open-source software to 980 employees in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo, the company said Monday. Brazil is an ag...
HP buys IT training firms
Hewlett-Packard announced on Thursday that it has acquired two information technology training and consultancy businesses. Infrastructure Management of Dallas, which d...
HP opens youth training center in Florida
Hewlett Packard and the Magic Johnson Foundation have opened a technology center in Jacksonville, Fla., that will train youth from underserved communities in computer ski...
Short Take: Virtual university students graduate
In what may be a first, the "International University:The University of theWeb" honored its 1998 graduates during a cyber-graduation ceremony. Members of the graduating c...
IBM enhances support for open-source training
IBM announced on Tuesday a clutch of new initiatives to promote open-source technology in academic institutions. The computing giant said it's expanding its relationsh...
AOL to recruit members again
America Online (AOL) is planning to grow its membership again only months after a national controversy about its jammed networks. Word of AOL's plans came from chief...
Swap blockers graduate to high schools
Technology aimed at identifying and blocking copyrighted songs as they're being traded on file-swapping networks is beginning to move into high schools. Filtering tec...
Java preachers try to recruit SPA
WASHINGTON--On this Sunday morning, preachers of Java religion evangelized for their favorite programming language, exhorting members of the Software Publishers Associati...
Recruiting king recruited
A king among recruiters has been recruited. David Beirne, a partner with Ramsey/Beirne Associates and recruiter of such high-tech stars as Netscape Communications CEO...
ISPs recruited in piracy war
A leading high-technology trade organization has started chasing online software pirates and has enlisted Internet service providers in its pursuit of justice. The So...
Porn spam--legal minefield for employers
More on the spam struggle WASHINGTON--Lewd e-mail promoting pornography may soon pose more than just a technical challenge in the ongoing fight against...
Students rank tech employers
Where do you want to go if you're a graduating computer science or engineering student? To Microsoft, as well as Sun Microsystems, Intel, Lucent, Raytheon Systems, or IB...
Short Take: Career site teams with Yahoo
Employment site CareerMosaic has launched an advertising program on Yahoo that aims to reach Yahoo's global audience through advertising banners on related Yahoo job se...
Short Take: Monster Board and Online Career Center merged into new site
TMP Worldwide has merged its online recruitment properties, The Monster Board and Online Career Center, to create Monster.com. The new Monster.com blends the best feature...
Survey: Students bullish on career goals
Four out of five college students say they can achieve all of their career goals in 10 years or less, and nearly half say it will take five years or less, according to a ...
Ray Lane's career takes a new turn
Spam filter a career killer?
A meeting reminder from the boss, a lascivious letter from a lover, or the daily tally from a fantasy football league: Which e-mail would you read first? Programmers...
Online recruiters kick off Super Bowl ads
Amazon.com may be the biggest brand on the Internet, but online job sites are spending big money this Super Bowl weekend to attract a consumer who most likely hasn't ...
Pa. brings unemployment filing online
The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry is giving laid-off dot-com workers an easier way to make ends meet with the Keystone State's launch of an online service...
High-profile recruiter taps big names for tech posts
newsmakers     When IBM promoted Sam Palmisano to president and chief operating officer last week, Jeff Christian, a top te...
Market rises on unemployment decline
May's jobs report kicked off the day Friday, indicating that the unemployment rate fell for the first time in eight months. At the opening bell, the Dow Jones industri...
Cirrus to lay off workers
Reflecting a softening demand for PCs, Cirrus Logic has announced that it will lay off a sizable chunk of its work force. The company, a major manufacturer of chips fo...
Wall Street frets over unemployment
Weaker-than-expected employment figures weighed on the markets Friday, sending stocks lower at midday. The Nasdaq neared its lowest level for the year, down 7.41 points t...
Short: Survey says home-based workers make more
According to a recent survey of the AAHBB in partnership with Canon U.S.A., home-based professionals earn on average 28 percent more than the typical American worker, or ...
CyberCash workers pay price
CyberCash (CYCH), an Internet payments firm that was one of the first Internet companies to go public, has laid off about 15 of its 200 employees as the company restruct...
Magic makes workers disappear
Troubled software maker General Magic (GMGC) has cut its workforce by 26 percent, marking its second wave of pink slips within four months. "This step, although diffic...
The Scouts: Companies do battle for workers
Workers, watch where you surf
On Technology (ONTC) wants to help companies put a stop to sports-and-smut surfing in the workplace. On has just made available the Purview Internet Manager, a Windo...
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