Members of two major unions at Qwest Communications International say "thanks, but no thanks" to a deal hammered out between union representatives and management.
On this week's EIC Squared podcast CNET's Dan Farber and ZDNet's Larry Dignan discuss Google's latest rocket launch--the Chrome browser--as well as Apple's iPod event next week and a Dell-Salesforce.com union.
The EU has gone on the record as being in favor of open source over proprietary software. About time.
Agreement with two labor unions averts potential strike that could have disrupted service for the Democratic and Republican national conventions.
Workers at phone company Qwest Communications authorized a strike if its union can't negotiate a suitable deal with the company.
Court of First Instance sides with European Commission on Windows interoperability, bundling of Windows Media Player and the amount regulators fined the company.
Redmond unveils a frequent flier-like program for searchers called SearchPerks. What will participants get for their searches? Plus, EA kills development of a deadly game.
I don't want to jump on the bandwagon but the latest market upset takes place at a very inconvenient time for a lot of start-ups, which aren't exactly swimming in cash.
Tremendous subscriber growth in emerging markets such as China and India will make up for overall falling of revenue margins, according to a report from Portio Research.
Google has already launched a fusillade of blog posts and other commentary to defend its search-ad deal with Yahoo. Now Yahoo is following suit.