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Scott Thompson blames 'Resumegate' on headhunter -- report

Yahoo's embattled CEO reported to have told employees that the mistake was made by an executive placement firm when he interviewed for a post at PayPal.

By May. 10, 2012


Headhunter dishes on why people leave Google

Why leave Google? The bad commute is one of five common gripes listed by departing Google employees, according to headhunting firm Binc.

By May. 2, 2008


Microsoft trims year-end prices on Xbox 360 games

The Countdown to 2014 promotion discounts downloadable games with a new deal every day until the new year rings in.

By Dec. 17, 2013


Headhunting firm denies blame for Yahoo CEO mess, says report

ATD's Kara Swisher publishes a letter she says is from Heidrick & Struggles CEO Kevin Kelly to his staff. In it, Kelly calls reported allegations by Yahoo's Scott Thompson "verifiably not true."

By May. 11, 2012


Want to work for Apple? Try Israel

Apple is readying a major hiring campaign for its research and development facility in Haifa, Israel.

By Apr. 30, 2012


Yahoo gives all clear after hack attack

Company blames hack on contributor network, says compromised information was provided by writers who joined Associated Content prior to May 2010.

By Jul. 13, 2012


Ousted Yahoo CEO has cancer, WSJ reports

Scott Thompson, who resigned as Yahoo CEO earlier today, reportedly told the board he's been diagnosed with thyroid cancer -- though not until his explanation for his inflated resume had apparently started to unravel.

By May. 13, 2012


Report: Motorola expanding Android team

Cell phone maker is apparently in the midst of dramatically expanding the size of its Android team, according to TechCrunch.

By Sep. 28, 2008


Why are people leaving Yahoo?

Headhunter provides list of top reasons people are fleeing Yahoo, with Microsoft takeover bid being No. 1.

By Mar. 26, 2008


Negroponte's OLPC seeks CEO

Nicholas Negroponte is hunting for CEO who can help manage One Laptop Per Child organization "more like Microsoft."

By Mar. 6, 2008