The now infamous maker of parts for the iPad and the iPhone says it will increase worker salaries at factories in China, according to a report.
Hoping to land customers, Silicon Valley money-management startup Wealthfront is empowering workers with rich salary data.
Facing complaints about factory labor practices, Foxconn chairman Terry Gou is pledging more pay but fewer hours.
A look at Research In Motion's executive compensation documents from last year finds that Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie's salary only amounted to small chunks of their pay.
Facing increased scrutiny, company follows up last week's raise with another increase for workers, but the move comes with conditions.
Move is a first for the electronics giant. Bonuses will also be trimmed as the company attempts to stem losses.
Hewlett-Packard tells employees of EDS, which it acquired last year, that their salaries will temporarily be cut by 10 percent more than was announced last month.
Despite a horrendous economy and an unrelenting tide of layoffs, technology salaries rose an average of 4.6 percent last year, according to survey results released by Dice.com.
Doubtful. Apple engineers make less, according to newly available data. But it's hard to imagine that they care.
PC maker records 1 percent uptick in revenue, but sees revenue decline across its business units with the exception of the EDS business acquired last year.