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But 300 million is not nearly enough for LinkedIn as the professional social network sets its eyes on the entire global workforce.
As software eats the world, its stewards increasingly see themselves as catalysts of change for their organizations.
Mint Wireless has announced a new chairman and CEO, following existing chairman Terry Cuthbertson's decision to step down from the role to be an independent non-executive director.
Xero has appointed three new directors to its board, including Australian-based Lee Hatton who will be bringing her 17+ years of banking and finance experience to the company.
French IT staff at Google, Facebook, and other companies have won new protections against burnout: the right to unplug.
The professional social network boasted that these releases are designed to "take the work out of retaining and finding top talent."
Three of the old guard of NBN Co executives will leave the company over the next few months as new CEO Bill Morrow starts to overhaul the government-owned company.
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data shows full employment for IT professionals, record hiring for service firms.
After four years in the role, Anne Weatherston has stepped down from the position as Australia and New Zealand Banking Group chief information executive.
To build up New Zealand's data science skill base for the future, Qrious has established a data science academy, which is due to open in coming weeks.
Amid hefty financial penalties soon for privacy breaches, CIOs are focused on stopping leaks from the cloud and driving up the demand for security experts, according to Robert Half.
Despite efforts to ensure female executives aren't marginalized in the ICT industry, few today are appointed to the CXO team or company board. The solution remains elusive, especially since the problem has social and cultural implications, but ICT itself might just be the equalizer eventually.
More than a thousand workers at the Dongguan-based Shanmukang Technology managed to not only win a better overtime rate on weekdays and weekends, but also double their monthly pay, after a simultaneous strike staged by workers from different depts.
The good news: McKinsey survey finds cost-cutting no longer a top IT priority. The bad news: expectations are higher, with IT seen as less effective at meeting business goals.
Despite leading the economy in willingness to hire contractors, IT has returned to favouring contract staff over permanent hires for the first time in recent years.