Staff at the former company of Marina Shifrin, the woman who danced her resignation, respond on YouTube (by dancing and taking their pants off). Were they all told to dance or else?
"Responsible" tops the list of the 10 most overused buzzwords the social network's members use to describe themselves. Apparently, using these labels is no way to land a job.
In a dispute about sick leave, a fired flight attendant is forced by Air New Zealand to reveal her Facebook page and bank records to prove her story.
FireMe! takes note of all those who tweet about how much they loathe their hardworking bosses. It even has a leaderboard.
That's approximately twice what Hulu CEO Jason Kilar requested from Walt Disney, Comcast, and News Corp. last year, the Journal reports.
The sheer embarrassment of last night's Seattle-Green Bay game, where replacement refs needed their eyes replaced, causes players to express open hostility to their bosses on Twitter.
Bring one of the most famous space personalities into your home with a life-size HAL 9000 replica based on the movie's original blueprints.
BlackBerry bosses Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis have stepped down from leadership of Research in Motion.
A survey suggests that bosses are paranoid that employees will upload inappropriate videos to company networks or film them in slightly less than perfect situations and then post the videos to the network.
A study by CompTIA concludes that businesses and IT managers believe that their IT guys are woefully underskilled. Now, why might that be?