Apple is already experiencing pushback on its announced return-to-office plans, with employees writing a letter objecting and citing demands.
“We’re seeing the rise of what we call the “revenue innovator, says Outreach CEO Manny Medina.” The new job description is the revenue innovators, the digital-first, and the digital native.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has emailed employees, telling them to expect a return to the office in early September.
Zoom reported its first quarter results, beating estimates amid strong growth in revenue and customers.
TSMC has begun construction on its $12 billion Arizona factory, an important part of efforts to revitalize the US semiconductor industry.
Howard University has announced it is collaborating with AWS to help train students and give them a pathway to a cloud-based technical career.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has reiterated the company’s view that the semiconductor shortage could last several years.
Amazon is throwing its weight behind efforts to revitalize the United States Postal Service, calling it the company’s “first and oldest business partner.”
Zoom is releasing a major update to its iPad client, adding support for the iPad Pro’s Center Stage, as well as 48-person Gallery View.
Microsoft, the Linux Foundation, Accenture, GitHub and ThoughtWorks have launched The Green Software Foundation to promote sustainable software development.