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Google has stated before it has no interest in becoming a provider of network services, but a job posting on its site solicits applications for Strategic Negotiators with “negotiation of dark fiber contracts” listed as part of the desired candidates’ experience.
Steve Jobs says that the world needs a new kind of power cable. That sounds really cool.
Seattle-based online job recruiter Jobster launched their newest venture, Jobster Search. Jobster says the new job search engine is based on getting most of your information in one click and then getting all your networking and referrals done through the Internet.
Steve Jobs’ introduction of Apple’s new Rokr and Nano is now available online. He reveals some interesting factoids on iTunes and iPods.
HP is implementing a program designed to cut costs and simplify its structure. Part of this plan is terminating the jobs of 10% of its regular full-time staff.
Recently Apple announced a partnership with Intel. Apple has started using Intel chips in its Macintosh computers, and by 2007 all Apple computers will utilize them.
General Motors is on a mission to cut costs, and of course that means, cutting jobs. The corporation plans to cut about 25,000 jobs and close assembly and component plants in the U.S. over the next several years.
To understand why Steve Jobs fired IBM you need to look no further than the Lenovo Thinkpad T41 Tablet PC.
The National Australia Bank, which is Australia’s largest bank, is cutting 4,200 jobs or 10% of its workforce over the course of the next two years.
News.com: Steve Jobs says Microsoft is copying Apple. I’m interviewing Jim Allchin on Wednesday morning.
On Friday, ICANN announced the approval of two new Top-Level Domain designations: .jobs and .travel. This approval was done during the ICANN International conference, which is held in Argentina.
ZDNet UK reports today that an online petition has been set up to put pressure on Apple to bring European prices for the new Mac mini in line with their US equivalents.
Virtually every SQL Server runs one or more daily jobs. And most likely, runs many weekly jobs. Unfortunately, most DBAs set up jobs, and then forget about them, unless of course they break. But if they run day after day without any problems, most jobs are forgotten about.
Steve Jobs will deliver the opening keynote address for Macworld Conference & Expo San Francisco 2005 on Tuesday, January 11, 2005 at 9:00 a.m.
Finding home employment does not have to be a nightmare. You just need to know the secrets on how to find them! I have become somewhat of an expert in this field, due to the hours I spend every night looking for these jobs. You don’t need to be a rocket scientist or an Internet expert to locate these elusive jobs. First of all you need to get familiar with job banks. Job banks are web sites that list thousands of jobs by employers across the nation and even the world. I recommend starting a “favorites” file or a new “bookmark” file called Job Banks, this way you can easily save these URL’s for easy access. My favorite job banks are:
Q. What’s wrong with my job search? After identifying a potential employer, I get contact information, do my research and send out my resume and cover letter, requesting an interview for an entry level or human resource position. I am listed with recruiters and staffing agencies and call them every week. I attend local networking events but end up meeting people who are also unsuccessful job-seekers. And I search the Internet bulletin boards, sending my resume and following up a few days later. Help!!!
To some its a country going through turmoil. To some, a place of great religious & historical significance. To some, a dangerous location one must stay away from.
Most management jobs, as many as 80%, are never advertised. They are available through a process of personal networking. This consists of contacting everyone you have ever known, have ever met or have ever heard of, and using the networking multiplier.
On Wednesday, May 28, 2003, President George W. Bush signed the Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003 (the “Act”) into law. It has been reported that this Act is the third largest tax reduction in our country’s history. Since it is such a large tax cut, it will affect most Americans. The purpose of this article is to summarize the Act and examine its effects.
Any printing job is actually a series of steps, and each of them take time. Even in the best situation, where the job comes to the printer truly “ready to go,” the order seldom is ready as quickly as the customer had hoped. Few customers understand all that must be done between the time the order comes in and when it goes out the printer’s door.
With all of the talk about “consumer confidence” and people around the US returning to “faith” in these troubled times, it’s easy to feel, as a writer, insignificant — and “unneeded.” It’s even easier easy to feel uninspired on the topics you normally write about. How can a contruction writer write about forklifts in a time like this? How can a content writer continue to write when everyone is saying “The web is dead?”
Question: What grows even as the economy and businesses’ budgets shrink?
Answer: Businesses’ need for creative, effective, and economical advertising.