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That has triggered what Wells Fargo Securities analysts have termed a corporate "arms race" to get into the business along with a related hiring frenzy. More than 70,000 software jobs have been added nationwide over the last couple of years,
The short version of the case is that it involves a patent over the idea of software that conducts a "shadow transaction" to make sure that there are enough funds to complete a real transaction, before allowing the real transaction to go through,
Such spying apps downloaded to mobile devices can capture a child's physical location, phone numbers of their friends and more.
Internet users in Europe may be allowed to copy parts of some copyrighted files legally under reforms to outdated rules governing the murky world of online piracy, EU officials said on Wednesday. Entertainment and software companies, who say they are
Law Caps Statutory Damages At $5,000 Just As File Sharing Lawsuits Make Their Unwelcome Return from the sounds-like-these-suits-should-be-filed-in-small-claims-court dept There's some bad news on the copyright front in Canada, but at least it's
Staff writers Long before Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ ) paid $11 billion for what turned out to be its disastrous purchase of Autonomy, a handful of industry experts were raising red flags about the British software company's accounting practices and
When Randy Adams, 60, was looking for a chief-executive officer job in Silicon Valley last year, he got turned down from position after position that he thought he was going to nail -- only to see much younger, less-experienced men win out. Finally,
The most serious of the allegations HP has made against unnamed members of Autonomy 's management team. A spokeswoman for Lynch has denied any suggestions that the tactic was used. Channel stuffing involves offloading excessive amounts of product to
Matt Lloyd/Rex Features The explosive result of Hewlett-Packard 's claim that the British software company Autonomy had indulged in "outright misrepresentation" of its financial results has hit the markets and HP's stock hard. Autonomy had been one
November 14, 2012 Two software companies Big River of Cleveland and Amvonet of Alliance each has received a $250,000 investment from JumpStart Inc. Big River's software is designed to help nonprofits communicate with their members and donors. Amvonet'