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.
The RSA Conference has written a new dress code.
In a Washington Post op-ed, Apple CEO Tim Cook argued against a state's ability to "enshrine discrimination" through religious freedom laws.
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.
The IT leader at Worcester Polytechnic Institute shares her views on the role of CIOs in promoting wellness among their staff, establishing a proper work/life balance, and issues of diversity hiring in IT.
The top news stories for March 27, 2015.
Marc Benioff's latest focus is in, off all places, Indiana. Yesterday, the CEO threatened to stop Salesforce expansion plans in the state if it approved a bill that would allow businesses to oppose certain customers in the name of religious freedom. Today, the governor signed the bill.
The top news stories for March 25, 2015.
It had been suggested that the recent net neutrality vote by the FCC would be tied up for years in the courts, and the telecommunications industry hasn't disappointed, with the first lawsuits filed yesterday.