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Qualcomm Inc. is set to lay off about 600 of its workers worldwide, with 300 to go from its California operations, CNET has reported. The San Diego-based company, the biggest supplier of chips for mobile phones, disclosed in November that it is...
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CNET is starting a quarterly magazine, joining other media organizations that are capitalizing on their digital success with physical publications or outlets.
Forbes  Oct 31  Comment 
After outraging women by suggesting they not ask for raises—and later apologizing—Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella spoke openly about his challenges in holding onto female employees at an event in San Francisco recently.  “How do we...
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LipoScience, Inc. (Nasdaq: LPDX) 62.4% HIGHER; Lab Corp. and LipoScience announced that they entered into a definitive merger agreement under which LabCorp would acquire LipoScience for a purchase price of $5.25 per share in cash, or a transaction...
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MarketWatch  Sep 25  Comment 
A new security flaw called the Bash or Shellshock bug could cause serious damage to IT systems and compromise everything from major servers to connected cameras, CNET reported. The flaw, which dates back to 1980, has the potential to be bigger...




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