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Foxconn admits interns worked overtime to assemble PS4

Students were given night and overtime shifts to put together parts for the PlayStation 4, a violation of Foxconn policy, the company has acknowledged.

By Oct. 10, 2013


Get hired with these five Windows Phone apps

Stay on top of your job hunt and build your professional network on the run with these apps on Windows Phone.

By Oct. 9, 2013


Microsoft's new ad: Students fail if they use an iPad

It's back-to-school time. If you want to graduate and get one of the few jobs left for you, don't use an iPad. You can't multitask.

By Aug. 19, 2013


Report: Chinese students forced to 'intern' at iPhone factory

University students are being required to work for Foxconn ahead of the new iPhone launch, according to the Shanghai Daily.

By Sep. 6, 2012


Trying to score a job in online gaming

Georgia Tech graduate Mae Tidman hopes her programming skills, design background, film study, and internships will get her hired by an online gaming firm.

By May. 16, 2011


Fair Labor Association too easy on Apple, Foxconn, study says

An economic policy think tank says the FLA's "rosy" review of factory practices are "unfounded," particularly with ramped up iPhone 5 production.

By Nov. 7, 2012


Find the right internship with these tools

If you're looking for an internship, start with these resources. These search tools and ratings sites can help you track down the right internship for you.

By Jul. 6, 2009


MBAs make their way in engineer-crazed tech world

VC and start-up fever have seized Silicon Valley, and new business grads want in on the action. But they often don't know where to look--and the tech industry isn't always seeking them out.

By May. 10, 2011


From grad school to plugging in to Google's cloud

Ben Wheeler took a gamble that grad school would pay off. After two years of a grueling engineering and MBA program, he'll be working at Google, where he'll apply his operations chops to cloud computing.

By May. 11, 2011


SXSWi: Where five days can seal a start-up's fate

Co-founders of Fast Society, an eager New York social app start-up, believe that the company's success at the Austin festival next month will indicate whether it will survive another year.

By Feb. 17, 2011