Remember when we told you that AOL CEO, Tim Armstrong, fired an employee during a conference call to over 1,000 other AOL staff? Well a CNN reporter quizzed him on whether he feels the decision was justified – and he said that it was!
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After seeing a recent tumble in its share price, Microsoft has announced a share buyback scheme worth $40billion and will raise shareholder dividend payments by 22%.
The announcement comes shortly after it saw its share price drop by 5% following its acquisition of Nokia’s phone business for $7billion and has seen the company’s stock rise by 1.4%.
As expected, Apple this evening announced it will be releasing the all new iPhone 5s and 5c on September 20th.
So here’s a quick rundown of what the tech giant told us earlier – first up, the new operating system…
The IFA consumer electronics fair kicks off in Berlin on Wednesday and will give geeks and technophiles the world over a chance to try out the gadgets and gizmos that will be taking the world by storm over the next 12 months.
So here are what are sure to be the top 5 gadgets on offer…
After announcing its decision to acquire Nokia’s phone business for more than $7billion, Microsoft explained the reasons for the buy out and fielded questions via a conference call – and it seems that the whole thing left investors cold.
It may look like a Brasseye headline, but just days after missing a conference call with congress on the situation in Syria, US President Barack Obama made time to offer New Year’s greetings to the Jewish community in a conference call with almost 1,000 rabbis.
Sorting out the situation in Syria is among the main one priorities for a many of the world’s leaders at the minute and last week saw a high-level conference call between the White House and key congress members.
They may not yet be on sale but Google’s most anticipated innovation – the Google Glass – has already been banned for use when behind the wheel.
Former all conquering heavyweight boxer, ‘Iron’ Mike Tyson is to hold a conference call with the world’s press ahead of his debut as a boxing promoter.
Tim Armstrong, CEO of former internet giant AOL, is at the centre of a conference call controversy after he sacked an employee midway through a conference call with 1,000 other staff members.