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Korean handset manufacturer's annual sustainability report says 59 of its suppliers in China failed to ensure proper work conditions and provide adequate safety equipment at their plants.
Survey finds CEOs are getting more intimately involved in enterprise decisions, potentially usurping CIO and other traditional IT leaders' roles.
National Australia Bank has allegedly sent an expression of interest to 10 tech suppliers in hope to outsource the IT functions of MLC.
LinkedIn's new job search app is being touted as a one-stop shop for job seekers without the distractions of news feed updates and digital content postings.
Xero has announced it is opening an office in Canberra that will be responsible for developing its payroll product for the Australian and the New Zealand markets.
Commonwealth Bank has promoted David Whiteing to the chief information officer role, replacing Michael Harte who is leaving the company to join Barclays Bank in London.
After seven years with Suncorp, Jeff Smith has called it quits to take up a senior role with IBM.
Keiichi "Kasey" Katsuta has joined the Sharp Australia team as the new managing director, moving from his previous role as unit deputy general manager for emerging business opportunity marketing department in Japan.
Australia Post is meeting with unions over the announcement that 900 jobs are expected to go in a restructure of the organisation, with IT jobs expected to be included.
The first world coding championships have been held in Finland, with the winning team collecting thousands of euros - and an axe.
Paul Robson will replace Craig Tegel effective immediately as the new president of Adobe Asia Pacific, and will responsible for overseeing operations in Australasia, Southeast Asia, Korea, India, and greater China.
Some countries in Eastern Europe have opted for an innovative way to hang onto their most talented IT staffers.
Australian IT research agency NICTA has appointed Russell Yardley to the board, despite axing 30 research positions earlier this year.
LinkedIn is following a trend established by many of its social media counterparts by offering a glimpse behind-the-scenes of just how their data is flowing through digital pipelines.