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Foxconn invests $40 million in Pennsylvania to tap research, talent

Don't expect any U.S.-made iPhones yet, but electronics supplier Foxconn Technology Group is expanding its manufacturing presence in the nation with a new US$40 million investment to tap research and talent in Pennsylvania.

Acer's president and replacement CEO abruptly resigns as founder takes helm

Acer's upcoming CEO has abruptly resigned from the troubled PC maker, in a surprise move that will result in founder Stan Shih temporarily taking over leadership.

Mining companies caught flat-footed by cyberattacks

Mining companies increasingly are being targeted by hackers trying to steal information and disrupt operations, as the metals industry expands its dependence on Internet-connected systems to reduce costs.

Ooma Office review: This VoIP-based phone system makes small businesses seem big

It's a double win: Help your business project professionalism and competence while shrinking your monthly phone bill.

Salesforce.com unveils Salesforce1 platform

Salesforce.com aims to establish its image as a full-blown CRM (customer relationship management) development platform built for the world of social media and mobile devices with the launch of Salesforce1, which will be unveiled this week at the Dreamforce conference in San Francisco.

Derivatives trading company struck by hackers

A Chicago-based company that runs derivatives exchanges said Friday it was the victim of a July cyberattack that compromised customer information.

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer

Ballmer wasn't fired from Microsoft, but he was pushed

Microsoft Steve Ballmer was convinced to leave Microsoft, according to a report, after he didn't move fast enough to accelerate change.

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4 field service management solutions to keep your jobs on track

Scheduling, billing, inventory and client tracking -- these applications offer complete systems for managing your on-site service business.

Dell Latitude E6540 review: Windows 7 lives on in this business-class desktop replacement

This behemoth of a notebook is fine for corporate desks, but it’s far from ideal for corporate travel.

Dropbox makes a play for business users

The company on Wednesday announced Dropbox for Business, a paid service that provides Dropbox's bread-and-butter file hosting, but with a smorgasbord of additional features.