CEO of the most envied company in the world, Timothy D Cook has publicly admitted that he is gay and is proud to be one.
Earlier today, he wrote for Bloomberg Businessweek about his sexual orientation and some of his experiences that he had to go through.
The fact that Tim Cook
Tech giant IBM has done the unthinkable, at least in the sense of cutting salaries for employees with redundant skills in the US. The company has issued a blanket cut of 10% for all employees who are working on legacy skill-sets.
It has given them an ultimatum of six months to
Satyam, the IT company that rose to the pinnacle at a record pace, the company that successfully managed IT through the FIFA world cup in South Africa in 2010 is a story of white collar fraud. It is a story of how a market can be played through bogus projects
There are a number of theories floating around in the human psyche-dom that compares the left hemisphere of our brains with the right and how differently they work, and how our mind perceives things that are placed visually on the left vs the right. Here is a new one that
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has received an accolade from Brand Finance, the world's leading brand valuation firm as the fastest growing IT Services brand globally. The company has been rated AA+, the top most rating a company can receive.
TCS' brand growth rate in fact tells the story.
In 2010, TCS brand
CA technologies has inaugurated a new R&D center in the silicon valley of India. The new facility in Bangalore can house 400 employees and it is the second such facility in India apart from Hyderabad.
The new facility will focus on emerging technologies such as mobility, digital payments, big data, data
Bangalore based Flipkart has set new record levels by touching sales mark of one billion dollars for this fiscal year. This target was meant to be achieved in 2015 but the company has grown beyond its dreams to touchdown one year earlier.
Flipkart statement read - "In March 2011, we announced
One of the most used fonts in the world Helvetica, especially in the US has been orphaned by the death of Mike Parker who is considered as the Godfather of Helvetica. He was 85.
Although Mike did not create the font himself, he made it popular.
Parker joined the Mergenthaler Linotype Company