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A couple of accountants came up the laneway the other day… No this is not a “Letterkenny” episode, but the cold intro style was spot to me for this one. It seems that in the pre-covid world many companies were in the process of buying up or moving to beautiful new office spaces. Some of these spaces had glorious open areas, beautiful break rooms and, of course, space for all. Then Covid hit and the lock downs. This forced those same companies to abandon those spaces and work like crazy to get everyone to work from home. Now the bill on those same spaces has come due and companies are calling everyone home.

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Sunday, 13 April 2014 15:49

10 million USD for startups in the U.S.

If you ever considered opening your small startup, now would be a good time to do so.The level of investment in technology startup ventures in the United States is at record numbers. In just first three months of this year, the various venture capital funds invested huge $9.99 billion in 880 different startup companies.

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Tuesday, 25 March 2014 15:32

Brendan Eich becomes Mozilla's CEO

After almost a year Mozilla was managed by temporary CEO Jay Sullivan, the company finally decided to appoint a person which will be a permanent solution to the position of Chief Executive Officer. It is a developer and former director of Mozilla technology, 53 year old Brendan Eich.

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As part of the major reorganization of staff within Microsoft launched by new CEO Satya Nadella, several significant changes have been announced. By the end of this week the founder of Skype, Tony Bates and marketing director Tami Reller are expected to abandon the company.

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Friday, 14 February 2014 20:07

Motorola's CEO moves to Dropbox

According to Wall Street Journal, Motorola Mobility CEO Dennis Woodside will leave the company before the official acquisition by Lenovo. His new job will be at the position of COO (Chief Operating Officer) in Dropbox, a popular service for storing data in the cloud.

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Monday, 27 January 2014 15:06

Lenovo bought IBM's Server business

From Lenovo Group Ltd. announced that they have reached an agreement with IBM for the sale of their departments for production servers. After they in the 2012 from the same company purchased unsuccessful ThinkPad Department  for $1.75 billion, and made him the world's leading manufacturers they have now decided to make a similar move with the server department of IBM.

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Friday, 03 January 2014 09:33

Microsoft's Chief Engineer retires

Microsoft's chief engineer, Jon DeVaan made his decision that in the new year the time has come to shift focus on family, rather than work.

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Friday, 03 January 2014 09:28

Further layoffs at HP

HP decided to further increase the total number of employees laid off by the end of 2014. According to the plan in September, the plan was the release of 29,000 people, and earlier in May they announced the release of 27,000 people.

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Sunday, 22 December 2013 17:21

Zuckerberg sells his shares in order to pay taxes

Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, will sell shares in the company valued at $2.3 billion to pay the taxes. It's just part of the offer of 70 million shares of Facebook, which will go on sale.

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Friday, 29 November 2013 19:15

HP marked lower losses than expected

HP in the final quarter of this fiscal year achieved revenues of 29.1 billion dollars. This result is a billion dollars better when compared to analysts' expectations.

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