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As Nokia turns its attention to Windows Phone, it finalizes a deal to transfer 2,800 employees around the world to the consulting firm.
The Finnish phone-maker will shed 7,000 jobs -- some of them moved to Accenture, which will support and develop the Symbian operating system in the future.
Chinese antitrust regulators also raided the offices of IT firm Accenture, one of the software giant's consulting partners.
About 165 people will be transferred to Accenture as a result of the deal for Nokia's Symbian Professional Services unit.
Microsoft partner rarely gets credit for its open-source involvement, but not the case in this CNET interview.
Accenture's Green Technology Suite provides a diagnosis of a company's eco-friendliness.
Although Accenture uses a ton of open-source software, it has been a poor partner for the open-source business community. That may be changing.
Accenture announces plans to acquire Maxamine assets and clinches Memetrics buyout.
Called Spring Batch, the open-source project is designed for writing batch jobs using the Java-based Spring Framework.
The ejected mobile-phone operating system is headed to Accenture along with 3,000 employees, and the Finnish company is cutting 4,000 more jobs.