Koch Industries investment arm is taking a $2 billion+ stake in Infor, ending speculation that the cloud firm might be up for sale completely.
LEGO has snuffed out its relationship with The Daily Mail - this is an important move that needs to snowball.
NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson boldly predicts that, in future, new owner Oracle will behave “more like NetSuite in future than NetSuite’s going to behave like Oracle.”
Digital technology is transforming the workplace…but is the workplace ready to change? In the first of a two part exclusive interview, Janine Milne catches up with HR guru Josh Bersin at HR Tech World to find out why a new approach is needed to work.
Since we last visited the so-called "IT talent crisis," the world hasn't fallen off a cliff after all. But new reports help to show the across-the-board demand for digital skills, and the jobs that are emerging.
The Brookings Institute revises its recent research asking whether regulators need to move quickly to align what's happening in the gig economy with protecting worker rights. This has profound implications for everyone. Uber is both the poster child and the test bed for any change in the regulatory framework.
Effective collaboration is foundation for digital transformation but where's the playbook for digital teamwork? Atlassian just moved us closer to finding it
Unusually in such a male-dominated industry as tech, Yahoo is being sued (twice in a year) for reverse discrimination. So what are the implications for all of those inclusion and diversity programmes out there and how can organisations ensure they get it right?
Uber's losing at an employment tribunal in London is a temporary setback for the company. Here's why.
A London employment tribunal has come down against Uber's operating model in a ruling that poses considerable threat to the development of the gig economy in the UK. This is not good.