Nancy Weil

Articles by Nancy Weil

Six tips for career success

The authors of the book 'Change Anything' offer a handy checklist for career advancement that could apply to IT professionals

HP to overhaul board as Hurd fallout continues

Under an HP proposal, four who played roles in the decision to oust CEO Mark Hurd will be replaced

What the influx of ‘digital natives’ will mean for IT

Those who track hiring trends and offer advice to recruiters and companies looking to hire skilled IT workers say now is the time to better understand what makes that generation tick

How to recruit and hire Millenial tech workers

Millennials are loosely defined as those born after 1980, who hit their 20s in 2000, and although they currently make up only a small portion of the workforce, they may bring big changes

Hacker Gonzalez gets 20 years for Heartland breach

Albert Gonzales was involved in hacking into credit card payments processor Heartland Payment Systems Inc. He also participated in the TJX breech first announced in late 2006. The 28-year-old has given up the stolen millions he buried in his parents' backyard but is about to get free room and board, and presumably some fetching orange jumpsuits, for the next 20 years in a U.S. prison

Apple sues HTC for patent infringement

The company claims HTC infringes 20 of its patents related to the iPhone. CEO Steve Jobs said that while competition is healthy and good for the industry, its competitors should be creating original technology as opposed to stealing from Apple

OPINION: Top quotes of the year

As the year draws to a close, we thought about the memorable quotes related to IT and offer, in no particular order, 15 that stuck with us. As always, there were plenty to choose from -- Ellison, Ballmer and Bartz alone could each have their own list.

Steve Jobs ailing from hormone imbalance

The Apple CEO says he is losing weight due to a hormonal imbalance but he intends to continue leading the company during his recovery

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