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SAP pumps $60m into Victorian job growth plan

SAP plans to spend AU$60 million on its Victorian staff and infrastructure over the next five years, following the launch yesterday of its Melbourne innovation centre.

August 27, 2014

More HR Tech: SuccessFactors, Jobs2Web & SAP

In the first of many updates on several HR software firms, Brian looks at two recently acquired firms (SuccessFactors and Jobs2Web) that he met at the recent HR Technology show.

December 12, 2011

HP CEO swap: Whitman in, Apotheker out

HP named former eBay chief Meg Whitman as its eighth CEO since 1999 and second one in the last year. Whitman has to take on a massive to-do list, stop HP's slide and either continue the company's current strategy or invent a new one.

September 22, 2011 by

SAP: Hasso Plattner back at the helm. Job no.1: rebuild trust

After the weekend's news of Leo Apotheker's abrupt departure and the re-establishment of co-CEO's in Jim Snabe and Bill McDermott, SAP hosted a webcast on the situation with Hasso Plattner talking as chairman of the supervisory board. He started off straight talking and continued in that vein as far as his handlers would allow.

February 7, 2010 by

Report: IT salaries and benefits drop, IT job market over-saturated

Both salaries for IT professionals and overall IT job openings are down in the past 18 months, according to new data released by Janco on Monday as part of its 2009 Mid Year IT Salary Survey. The survey also contained some other residual bad news for IT pros, although there were a couple a few bright spots.

June 29, 2009 by

SAP to cut 3,000 jobs

SAP, one of the world's largest software-application companies, overnight released healthy results for its fourthquarter, but said it planned to cut 3,000 staff in the face of tough economic times.

January 28, 2009 by

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