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Glassdoor.com lands $6.5 million

Career information site receives its second round of funding amid a tough economic climate.

By October 27, 2008

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Why senior management should have their own Glassdoor.com

Why is it that employees can vent online about their bosses, but their bosses have no outlet to do the same about their employees?

By June 15, 2008

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Meet the man who wants an Apple retail union

Apple retail stores have become a key part of the company's business and a case study in success. But one employee thinks Apple needs help with its management style and is trying to form a union to fix that.

By June 13, 2011

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Facebook named best place to work

The supersized social network comes out of nowhere to best last year's winner, Southwest Airlines, according to employee ratings submitted to Glassdoor.com.

By December 15, 2010

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Windows Phone 7: Defining moment for Ballmer?

For Microsoft, the new OS is a shot at a bigger chunk of the hot smartphone market. For CEO Steve Ballmer, it could be vindication that he's still the right man for the job.

By October 8, 2010

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Hurd's double faults leave him out at HP

Mark Hurd's abrupt departure from HP over fake expense reports and a relationship with an employee is the second major scandal on his watch in his five-year tenure at HP.

By August 6, 2010

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Employees rank best places to work

Glassdoor announces the year's best companies in the eyes of worker bees. Only one tech company made it into the top 10.

By December 16, 2009

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Daily Tidbits: Glassdoor tells you where to work

Netflix, Adobe, and Google are great places to work if you're in the tech field, according to online community offering career advice.

By December 30, 2008

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Who makes more, the Apple Store Genius Bar or Best Buy's Geek Squad?

Comparing the purported average salaries for Apple and Best Buy front-line tech-support personnel.

By September 5, 2008

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Buzz Out Loud 805: See you all...tomorrow?

The Large Hadron Collider comes online tomorrow (Wednesday, Sept. 10), so we're just kind of assuming we'll be here for tomorrow's show. Of course, if it uses .NET, we're definitely doomed.

By September 9, 2008