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Study: Blue-collar workers favor home Net use
Low-income, blue-collar workers spend more time online from their home computers than do high-paid professionals, who most likely surf the Net while at work, a Nielsen/Ne...
WebMD to lay off 1,100 workers
Online health site WebMD today said its board has approved a company wide restructuring that will result in the elimination of roughly 1,100 jobs. The Atlanta-bas...
Are tech workers in short supply?
It is common for companies across America to complain about a shortage of information technology workers. The reality, however, is that there is no widespread lack of wo...
Handhelds with wireless Web target blue-collar workers
Symbol Technologies has unveiled a new line of rugged handheld computers for factory employees, soldiers and postal workers who need wireless Web access. Unlike other ...
Short Take: DoughNet lays off workers
Teen financial services site DoughNet has laid off an undisclosed number of workers, the company said. The layoffs are the second for the company in the last six months. ...
Workers leave, doors close for many dot-coms
Mortgage.com lays off 518 workers, will sell assets
Mortgage.com, a publicly traded loan processor, announced Tuesday that it will lay off 518 of 618 employees as it exits the online lending business. In a statement, th...
Short Take: Drexel University offers workers PCs at a discount
Toshiba and Drexel University in Philadelphia announced Wednesday the Computers for All subsidized purchase program, touting it as the first of its kind in higher educati...
New 3Com products help workers unplug
3Com announced plans Monday for new wireless products that connect computers with handheld devices and allow them to swap data wirelessly. The networking giant is one of...
Fired: Laid-off workers in revolving door
Short Take: AMD workers get $30 million of profit
Chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices distributed more than $30 million in profit sharing to U.S. employees for the third quarter of 2000, the company's largest profit-shari...
Employers, workers begin to hang up on telecommuting
Sick of sitting in traffic and toiling in a nondescript skyscraper while the rest of the world sings the praises of telecommuting? Sit tight, cubicle dweller: The rest...
Seattle shows money to high-tech workers
San Jose, Calif., may be the biggest high-tech employer in the country, but Seattle-area workers recently earned 50 percent more on average than their Silicon Valley peer...
Short Take: Red Sky lays off 70 workers
Interactive consulting company Red Sky has laid off roughly 70 employees to adjust its growth to deal with the changing market conditions, a company representative said...
HP delays raises, cuts temp workers
In an effort to cut costs and meet earnings estimates, Hewlett-Packard is asking managers to delay salary increases, cut back on using temporary workers, and encourage em...
Old Economy looks for tech acquisitions, "boomerang" workers
DETROIT--The New Economy meltdown may have a silver lining for industrial giants in the Rustbelt. Automobile industry executives gathered here for the 2001 North American...
Union urging Amazon workers not to sign deal just yet
Union organizers at Amazon.com are urging laid-off workers to delay signing a separation agreement, despite the company's decision to remove a controversial provision th...
MarchFirst cuts budget, lays off more workers
Struggling Internet consultant MarchFirst is laying off 550 people in its second round of staff cuts this month and is reducing expenses to about 10 percent of sales, the...
Amazon workers stage walkout to protest layoffs
About 50 Amazon.com workers protesting recent layoffs staged a 15-minute walkout this week, chanting slogans and handing out fliers urging the company to withdraw certain...
Dell to ax 1,700 workers
Dell Computer said Thursday it will lay off 1,700 workers--the PC maker's first-ever large-scale job reductions. Analysts had been expecting Dell to announce layoffs...
Amazon gives cut workers more time to sign
Amazon.com workers recently cut from the online retail giant now have more time to consider a separation agreement that has raised the hackles of employees and labor advo...
VA Linux cuts 25 percent of workers, delays profitability
Kana cuts 220 workers
Kana Communications, a maker of CRM (customer relationship management) software, has laid off 220 employees in an effort to cut costs and streamline operations. The Redwo...
3Com to lay off 1,200 workers
Has demand for foreign workers fallen?
The Immigration and Naturalization Service will tell Congress on Monday how many H-1B visas have been issued this fiscal year--shedding light on whether the economic dow...
Cisco to cut up to 8,000 workers
Cisco Systems plans to cut up to 8,000 workers, or 16 percent of its overall work force, because of concerns that the tough U.S. economic climate could worsen and sprea...
Dell supplying PCs to Conoco workers
Dell Computer confirmed it will supply PCs and other technology to 12,000 Conoco employees through an affiliate buying program with the oil refiner. Conoco is subsidizin...
Nomad Jukebox maker to cut 550 workers
Creative Technology, a top maker of sound cards for PCs, will trim its worldwide head count by 10 percent. The Singapore-based company will lay off about 550 workers....
TiVo revamps business plan, sheds workers
Digital video recorder company TiVo announced new operating plans Thursday that include laying off 80 employees, about a quarter of its work force. TiVo said in a stat...
Xerox: Workers to pull Windows XP copies
Xerox is warning employees not to install the test version of Windows XP after a hardware glitch on a machine running the new operating system led to network outages at...
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