Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe will together pay just US$324m to settle a class-action lawsuit over bilateral agreements not to poach each other's staff, avoiding potential damages of up to US$9 billion.
Can tech CEOs hold political opinions that run counter to their organisation's mission statement? The case of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich suggests that the answer could be 'no'.
Microsoft has made new leadership appointments to its Cloud and Enterprise, Microsoft Devices and Xbox groups.
With Australian companies feeling more confident in their growth prospects for 2014, the percentage of businesses planning to increase headcount is also growing, a survey shows.
Australian companies are now more likely to hire ICT contractors than permanent ICT staff, with demand for ICT contractors stronger than in any other profession, a survey suggests.
One analyst feels that Symantec's decision to fire CEO Steve Bennett - the face of the company's turnaround efforts - is a "major black eye".
Telstra's advertising and directories arm, Sensis, revealed this week that it will chop 800 jobs around Australia, sparking fiery responses from the unions.
IT recruitment is expected to increase overall in Australia in 2014 according to a Robert Walters report, with significant variation expected between the jobs markets of different states.
Call centre operators Telco Services Australia and Trimatic Contract Services have agreed to reclassify their workers as employees and pay back pay to settle legal action from the Fair Work Ombudsman.
Microsoft's board of directors has appointed Satya Nadella as its new CEO and member of the board of directors effective immediately, while also announcing a slight reshuffle of its board.
Vodafone Romania CEO Inaki Berroeta will replace Bill Morrow as the CEO of Vodafone Australia, commencing March 2014.
Australian ICT employers are bracing for what they expect will be more challenging market conditions this year, with workers increasingly feeling the pressure.
Frequent use of social networking is subconsciously causing users to reflect on their behaviour and improve themselves, Queensland researcher Dr Theresa Sauter argues.
Intel plans to cut its global headcount of around 107,000 by about 5% this year, equalling a total loss of more than 5000 jobs.
A Deloitte report details how women remain underrepresented in Australian ICT, with a particular paucity at the top level, and calls on the industry and the education sector to respond.