When the BBC fired "Top Gear" host Jeremy Clarkson, it thought it could keep him from creating a competing show on any other UK network for two years; unfortunately, nobody thought to bar him (and his co-hosts) from making an online-only show with Amazon.
The company alleges that employee, who worked for Amazon Web Services, violated an agreement that kept him from drumming up businesses from AWS customers for more than a year after his departure.
An appeals court rules that around 60,000 workers can collectively pursue lawsuits against several major tech players over alleged antipoaching agreements.
Hewlett-Packard spent $30.41 million in total compensation for ousted CEO Leo Apotheker, while new chief Meg Whitman landed $16.52 million in total compensation, according to a new filing.
The former chief software architect at Microsoft and Lotus Notes creator is assembling a team for a company to make a new communications product for social interaction.
As part of an effort to beef up its search tools, eBay reportedly hires Bing's development manager and a scientist from Facebook.
A forthcoming app from Mozilla will let Firefox users open Web sites on their iPhones.
IBM says David Johnson, an IBM employee for 27 years, is violating a non-compete clause in his contract by accepting a position at Dell.
A court denies IBM's request for an injunction against Dell's hire of its former acquisitions chief.
Jonathan Miller, who was once AOL's chief executive, is reportedly about to take a job heading up digital strategies for Rupert Murdoch's media conglomerate.