IT mergers and acquisitions on way to record year

December 14, 2015

IT mergers and acquisitions are set to skyrocket.

Cyber Monday sees record sales

December 2, 2015

Cyber Monday sales exceeded analyst expectations to reach record highs.

Growth predicted for IoT, professional services leads

November 16, 2015

The Internet of Things is growing, and the professional services sector is leading the expansion.

North America leads mobile tech market

October 28, 2015

A recent report by industry group GSMA found that North America leads the global mobile technology market.

GlobalFoundries expands national search for technical workers to New York

July 16, 2014

GlobalFoundries, a manufacturer of semiconductors, is seeking workers for hundreds of technical positions throughout New York.

San Francisco, New York and Seattle all see great improvement in tech jobs

October 1, 2013

San Francisco remains king for tech jobs with New York standing in second place, while growth remains high farther north on the Pacific coast as well.

IT hiring in North America to take slight step back in last quarter of 2013

September 11, 2013

Information technology hiring across North America is expected to take a slight downturn in the final quarter of 2013, with chief information officers in both the United States and Canada reporting their hiring practices will fall.

IT, online marketing to add more than 200 jobs in Kentucky, North Carolina

August 23, 2013

High-tech jobs in the southeast just had their ranks bolstered, as an IT services firm in Kentucky and an online marketing company in Charlotte, North Carolina are collectively expected to bring more than 200 jobs overall to their regions.

Technology industry hits record number of workers

July 16, 2013

Workers in the technology industry are now employed at the highest numbers ever seen, and hiring across the industry is poised to continue its growth.

Growing e-commerce industry expected to be jobs creator

July 3, 2013

The e-commerce industry is ripe for growth, according to a new report by Investor's Business Daily