HP, as Silicon Valley's biggest and most mature corporation, is more big business now than Silicon Valley startup. Meg Whitman has to help HP figure out which way to go from here.
Solar energy company Solyndra CEO Brian Harrison and the chief financial officer, Bill Stover, both invoked their Fifth Amendment right to decline to testify to avoid self-incrimination.
Watching movies? Listening to music? Facebook wants you to do it all through Facebook. And in a Facebook news conference, it unveiled its plan for achieving this online hegemony Thursday.
Former eBay CEO Meg Whitman reportedly is the choice of the troubled company's board to replace the current HP CEO, Leo Apotheker. Despite her past achievements, some question whether she is up for the daunting task.
UPDATE: Steve Jobs passed on Wednesday. In this cover story, first published last month, Alan Webber explores what made Steve Jobs (and Apple) exceptional. Apple knew what consumers didn't want and understood the power of being itself. A look at what the company can teach corporate America.
The iPhone 5 will not get a sporty new shape, one analyst says.
In 2011, the staffing firm ManpowerGroup surveyed 1,300 US employers to learn what kinds of employees were the most wanted. Topping the list were skilled workers, which include electricians, bricklayers, carpenters, cabinetmakers, masons, plumbers, and welders. The shortage may be due to less people attending vocational schools as opposed to four-year colleges.
Culinary schools reach pending settlement with dissatisfied students, who complained culinary schools lured them in with false promises.