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Circle of Influence is a Jacksonville, FL based rock and roll cover band.The focus of the band is to play rock covers that people know, people can...
Fly this cute little bat through the halls of Dracula's castle. Avoid tall stone columns and hanging chandeliers. See how long can you...
Having recently celebrated our 19th anniversary, the Connect-World series of magazines is a forum where the highest-level decision makers in the...
First, choose Steve Ballmer's replacement for the CEO's hot seat. Then comes the really hard part.
At IBM's Think leadership conference, CEO Sam Palmisano says tech is filled with a "bone pile of enterprises" that couldn't find a second act. The problem: an inability to let go of what first brought them success.
Big Blue CEO knocks the company's rival in an interview, saying former HP CEO Mark Hurd cut out all the research and development HP used to do.
For some, it was a banner year marked by accomplishment and new vistas. For others, 2011 turned into annus horribilis.
Virginia Rometty will take over for Sam Palmisano effective Jan. 1. Now women run both HP and IBM.
Nokia shows off its first Windows Phone handsets, Amazon's Kindle Fire is in hot demand, and Big Blue appoints Virginia Rometty as its new CEO.
Video rental service sheds subscribers and market cap, while HP opts to stay in the PC game. Also: Apple TV on the horizon?
Continuity wouldn't be such a big deal for Hewlett-Packard if it didn't have to compete with IBM and Oracle daily.
Sony CEO Howard Stringer tells attendees at a leadership conference that it's difficult for successful companies like Sony to move forward without relying too much on their past.
On solid hardware and software performance, Big Blue reports second-quarter earnings of $3.7 billion, or $3 a share, and raises its expectations for the year.