An eBay user got more than he bargained for when he bought a 15-inch MacBook Pro and discovered it was a prototype with 3G mobile Internet.
State of New York cites technical problems in ending $2.1 billion contract to build out wireless network for emergency workers.
Zenoss is releasing a new product focused on small and medium-size businesses, but it may not be able to keep the big enterprises away from its ease of use and cost savings.
Rajiv Gupta, chairman and CEO of chemical company Rohm and Haas, will join Hewlett-Packard's board of directors in January.
Corporate governance implies laws, methods, and metrics for governing our public corporations. As such, it's a myth. Here's why.
Corporate fraud didn't start with Enron, Tyco, and WorldCom and it didn't end with them, either. Fraud is rampant in the technology industry. What most employees, investors, and consumers don't realize is how much it costs them.
Do you think it's acceptable to breach moral, ethical, or legal boundaries to achieve some perceived greater good? I don't.
A significant percentage of executives and their boards are dysfunctional. If you knew what really goes on out there, the countless ways you can get screwed, you'd need Ambien just to sleep at night.
Robot toy is has pincers, lasers, a disc shooter--and is omnidirectional.
What motivates rich, high-powered CEOs of prominent public companies to unnecessarily risk everything, against all logic and ethical principals? What drives them to commit unspeakable acts that defraud companies of billions of dollars? And what can we do