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The one area in which India has long been able to claim superiority over China is in software services. This too will end if China has its way and India fails to innovate.
Taiwan has arrested around a dozen managers at the manufacturer on suspicion of soliciting several million US dollars in bribes from iPhone parts suppliers.
Wall Street was looking for earnings of 46 cents per share on a revenue of $2.99 billion.
As confidence levels in the Singapore economy jump, businesses are expected to pick up their hiring activities to fuel expansion plans, according to recruitment firm Robert Half.
The country needs to work furiously to ensure that its younger generations are employable in the next decade, as signs show a worsening skills shortage.
UPDATED: Intel has some big plans for 2014. Unfortunately, one of them concerns layoffs.
The appointment is one of the biggest indications that the social network is finally ramping up its plans to officially enter the market, which is already crowded with Chinese clones of LinkedIn.
The bank looked to its Italian sibling to source Juanjo Cebrián as its new head of IT.
While the number of new US information technology jobs increased by 4.6 percent for all of last year, the tiny 0.03 percent improvement between November and December marked the 12th month in a row that the rate of new IT jobs decelerated.
With a jump in digital business projects, many CIOs think they are being pulled in two directions and aren't sure they have the talents to hack it.
KPMG in Singapore introduces a six-month cybersecurity development programme, which will include simulated wargames, to help businesses better prep their employees amid increasingly sophisticated attacks.
Former employee sues the U.S. software vendor for allegedly firing him after he objected to instructions to lower a salary offer to an Indian worker.
Survey finds traditional CIOs worry more about IT operations, versus digital CIOs, who work closely with top management. But corporate culture may be more a factor than individual styles.
As Poland's outsourcing industry continues to grow, the country's IT services companies are finding new ways to make sure their next generation of staff have the right skills for the job.
Australia's third-largest ISP is on the hunt for a new chief technology officer after Lindsay revealed that he left the company at the end of 2013 to start a new career in consultancy.