Shorten it to Bill, Bob, Marc or a Cindy, if you want to work in the executive suite. That's the message from a new study by TheLadders, an online job matching site, which says every extra letter in a
As virtual currencies grow, that could have profound implications for governments trying to keep track of and regulate the flow of money across their borders. What's more, this ghost of a banking system
Samsung is getting closer to commercializing the first devices featuring a plastic-based (flexible) display. According to a report from the OLED Association, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be on show the
Earlier this month, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reported that various production issues will likely result in launches of Apple's iPhone 5S, lower-cost iPhone, and second-generation iPad mini somewhat
Steve Jobs never got around to building the iCar, but Apple has worked with Volkswagen on its new iBeetle. The German carmaker teamed up with Apple to design what it calls a "genuine integrative interface"
No. But by trading cars for college (and homes for homework), some young people are investing in themselves rather than in the economy's biggest-ticket items Reuters Recoveries are powered by two things.
Microsoft’s current business model is inertia. And it’s a surprisingly good one: Despite free-fall in demand for PCs, analysts are expecting that when Microsoft announces earnings after markets close (April
It's hard to remember life before we were bombarded with notifications throughout the day on all manner of devices, for everything from Twitter replies to earthquake alerts in Japan. With very few exceptions,
You want to buy gold on the dips. But don’t. So warn the contrarians at The Daily Reckoning on Wednesday, 48 hours after emailing a similar daily newsletter saying gold “is finished”. “I can’t make this
It’s about time. American graduates are seeing better salaries and first-job prospects than any year since the recession wiped away millions of jobs, according to a new report by the National Association
AllThingsD reported last week that Twitter co-founder Biz Stone was working on a new mobile startup called “Jelly.” Today, a company blog post has emerged that gives us a few more details as to what Jelly
This is why Wall Street is hoping that Apple will release a cheaper version of the iPhone this year--so the company can more fully participate in the explosive gadget growth in emerging markets. Journalist
When organizations’ hire, develop, and promote leaders using a competency-based model, they’re unwittingly incubating failure. Nothing fractures corporate culture faster, and eviscerates talent development