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SARS sends HP workers home in Canada
In what may be the first case of North American tech operations being affected by the mysterious SARS virus, Hewlett-Packard has sent about 200 workers home from a Toront...
Chip designer lays off 60 workers
Chip creator MIPS Technologies plans to cut about one third of its staff, part of a restructuring plan announced Thursday. The Mountain View, Calif.-based chip desi...
Intel worker accused of aiding terrorists
The Justice Department has charged Intel engineer Mike Hawash, who has been held in solitary confinement since March 20, with conspiracy to levy war against America and o...
IBM to reach unwired workers
IBM on Tuesday will unveil a Web-based messaging product aimed at giving "deskless" workers access to corporate e-mail. Big Blue said its Lotus Workplace Messaging pro...
Intel can't block ex-worker's e-mail
Setting a new precedent in Internet law, the California Supreme Court ruled Monday that an ex-Intel worker did not trespass on company computer systems when he e-mailed t...
Workers: Insiders a risk to ID security
Almost two-thirds of U.S. employees believe their co-workers, not external hackers, are the greatest threat to their customers' data, a Harris Interactive survey has foun...
AFL-CIO calls for reform on temp workers
The AFL-CIO is calling on Congress to revamp its temporary-worker programs, saying workers are being abused and misused in the down economy, especially by companies in th...
Ex-Intel worker guilty of aiding terror
A former Intel engineer accused of aiding terrorist organizations pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiracy to supply services to the Taliban. Maher "Mike" Mofeid Hawas...
Study: Salary gloom ahead for IT workers
The starting salaries of U.S. information technology workers are projected to fall an average of 1.6 percent next year, according to a new study by Robert Half Technology...
Remote workers under the microscope
Get Up to Speed on... Wi-Fi Get the latest headlines andcompany-specific news in ourexpanded GUTS section. The IHA plans to unveil the pilot next ...
Microsoft workers cash options for $382 million
Microsoft disclosed Thursday that about half of the employees eligible to sell their underwater stock options to a Wall Street firm did so, generating $382 million in pro...
Study: IT workers see raises ahead
Technology professionals expect that 2004 will bring an end to two straight years of weak salary increases, according to a new report. Sixty-two percent of information...
Wavecom lays off workers in U.S., France
French wireless parts maker Wavecom on Friday announced it is cutting nearly 35 percent of its work force and reorganizing its business. One new customer-focused business...
Sun lays off workers in factory shuffle
Affected employees were notified of the change on Thursday, Walery said. Sun, under intense pressure by IBM, Dell and Hewlett-Packard, has been working for years to cu...
Guest worker visas come under fire
L-1 visas and other guest-worker visas have been misused by companies to harm U.S. workers, witnesses told a congressional panel on Wednesday. And a number of members ...
Ex-Intel worker sentenced in terrorism case
A former Intel engineer who pleaded guilty to aiding terrorist organizations was sentenced Monday to seven years in prison. Maher "Mike" Mofeid Hawash, a naturalized U...
IT workers resist overseas outsourcing
U.S. information technology workers are becoming a political force motivated by the flight of jobs overseas, according to a study released Wednesday by a union group. ...
Home-networking lab to study remote workers
The test will be run out of a 2,400-square-foot facility in The Shops at Willow Bend, a mall in Plano, Texas. Findings will be available in the fall to alliance members a...
Apple lays off undisclosed number of workers
Apple Computer has recently cut a small number of jobs, the company confirmed late Wednesday. A company representative verified that the cuts had taken place but did...
Embattled CA fires nine workers
Computer Associates International has fired nine people in its legal and finance departments as it continues an independent probe into its own accounting practices. Th...
Majority of Dell workers overseas
The majority of PC maker Dell's employees are located outside the United States, according to the company's annual report filed with securities regulators on Monday. In t...
Sprint to cut 1,100 workers
Citing an internal effort to address increasing competition in the long-distance market, Sprint reported on Wednesday that it will lay off roughly 1,100 workers during th...
IBM to hire even more new workers
IBM has boosted its hiring plans for this year, raising its forecast for new employees worldwide to 18,000, the company said on Thursday. The company expects its head...
Tech workers rally against expensing options
"The next single mother is not going to benefit," Lopez told a crowd numbering in the hundreds, many of whom had been bused in by other technology companies. "Stock optio...
Study: IT workers more optimistic
Information technology workers in the United States are lifting their chins. At least that's the conclusion of a recent study by staffing company Hudson, which found t...
HP sinks utility project, lays off some workers
Hewlett-Packard is getting rid of one of its high-profile utility-computing projects, though much of the technology will live on in other initiatives. The Palo Alto, C...
Report: Worker confidence up
Confidence in the economy is rising among workers and job seekers, according to a new report. Employment services firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas on Tuesday said...
Study finds IT worker confidence slipping
Technology sector workers in the United States are feeling less bullish about the job market, according to a new study. Staffing firm Hudson said on Wednesday that its...
Greener pastures--and wallets--for tech workers?
Tech workers can look forward to fatter paychecks, according to a new report from research firm Meta Group. Salaries of information technology staff will increase by a...
Take heart, tech workers
Techies have reason to feel bullish about the job market, a new report from investment firm Merrill Lynch says. Chief information officers in the United States and E...
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