A booklet designed to help American Microsoft workers adjust to life in Cambridge, England, reminds them not to bring their guns. It reminds them not to bring dead animals either.
The iAudio E2 is a small, stylish MP3 player meant to take on the Apple iPod Shuffle. A 4GB model goes on sale today for $65.
A preliminary listing of Microsoft's Zune HD MP3 player made its way to Amazon.com, giving additional details on the product.
Sam Ruby is leaving for Microsoft, which isn't surprising, but the fact that he has announced his departure before receiving a formal offer from Redmond is surprising.
In a recent article, Wallpaper magazine describes Global Nomadic Expatriates, or GNEs, as a new breed of "career expats" who move from country to country for short-term professional gigs, "with no particular loyalty to a home nation."
Jeff Weiner, soon to be former executive vice president of Yahoo's Network division, will follow former colleagues into the venture capital business.
Having just returned from New York City, I wonder whether I find New York so intense because that's just how it is or because I tend to overbook my schedule, trying to squeeze in an ambitious number of meetings.
New sites out of Ireland this month. One's neat, the other--not so much.
A House committee passes a measure aimed at blocking a major homeland security contract awarded to Bermuda-based Accenture.
But this one is social!