Ford chief executive Alan Mulally says, again, that he's interested in leaving the car maker. Bloomberg reports that Mulally isn't going anywhere through 2014.
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Emergence of human capital management software also marks year for enterprise tech.
Researchers from Arbor Networks and IntelCrawler identify new attacks using malware designed for point-of-sale systems.
China Labor Watch has accused a Samsung supplier of mistreating its workers.
The EU's OK along with FTC approval over the weekend means the acquisition of Nokia's smartphone business can move forward.
The Ptch service will be shut down by Jan. 2
Topsy analyzes social data across the Web, including all of Twitter's stream
The Chinese vendor holds more than 28 percent of the world's market, trailed by Ericsson
Enhanced fantasy sports apps might be developed with SkyPhrase technology.
As it searches for a new president and chairman, Acer looks for ways to shed its reputation as a low-end seller of notebooks.
Authors and artists seeking to release works under a Creative Commons license now have more flexibility and choice when they want to share their works, Creative Commons said Thursday.
A legal war between EMC and flash startup Pure Storage has escalated to charges of patent infringement and illegally obtaining a storage array to mine it for intellectual property.
Toshiba has offered to buy the assets of OCZ Technology, a solid-state drive manufacturer on the verge of bankruptcy.
The company reported higher-than-expected revenue and a return to growth in its enterprise business.
The door at BlackBerry headquarters continues to revolve, with no replacements named for its departing CMO and CFO.
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