March has been a busy month for tech executives on the move. To read more about these hires and more, take a look at these summaries.
Last week, nearly a month after the Ellen Pao trial began, the jury in the case found that her former employer, Silicon Valley venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, was not guilty on four counts of gender discrimination and not guilty on one count of wrongful termination.
In this four part series, FierceCIO takes a look at the continual controversy surrounding the H-1B foreign worker program, including who gets the visas, who hires the workers, and what the impacts are on the technology workforce in the U.S.
Yesterday marked the first day of closing arguments in the Ellen Pao gender discrimination trial against her former firm, tech venture capital behemoth Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers.
The top news stories for March 24, 2015.
If ever a region of the country needed a really good PR agent it is Silicon Valley, as the latest public attention focuses on a gender discrimination suit at Twitter.
It would seem that any potential source of new IT talent would be a welcome relief. But that hasn't been the case with the nation's only active IT apprenticeship program, which several months after its launch has failed to attract a single corporate employer.
The top news stories for March 20, 2015.
Diversity may be good for business, but more importantly, "it's the right thing to do," according to ThoughtWorks Managing Director of North America, Joanna Parke.
What's in a name? Quite a lot it turns out, if you're a top technology company and you're trying to lure the nation's best and brightest tech talent.