By Steve Lohr Published 3:17 pm PST, Thursday, November 29, 2018 As CEO Satya Nadella pushed Microsoft into the cloud, the stock’s value went into the stratosphere. As CEO Satya Nadella pushed Microsoft into the cloud, the stock’s value went into the stratosphere. Photo: Michael Hanson / New York Times 2015 Photo: Michael Hanson / New York Times 2015 Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 As CEO Satya Nadella pushed Microsoft into the cloud, the stock’s value went into the stratosphere. As CEO Satya Nadella pushed Microsoft into the cloud, the stock’s value went into the stratosphere. Photo: Michael Hanson / New York Times 2015 Microsoft is worth as much as Apple. How did that happen? … [Read more...] about Microsoft is worth as much as Apple. How did that happen?
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Amid growing interest from domestic and international businesses, Hanoi will create new opportunities for private investors to join public service projects as a way to raise funds for its ambitious smart city development plans. Smart city development shapes up to be one of the most ambitious plans for the capital city Nguyen Duc Chung, Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee, said that the capital is poised to become a smart city based on key technologies of Industry 4.0. To this end, besides state funding, the city will have to raise resources from the business community. “We will reclassify public services towards opening more opportunities for private investors to join in those services they are capable of offering, thus mobilising financial sources to feed the plan,” he said at last week’s Asia-Oceania Computing Industry Organisation (ASOCIO) Smart City Summit 2018 in Hanoi. “In addition, we plan to maximally outsource services related to software … [Read more...] about Hanoi opens doors to smart city future
Dozens of people who used to work for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and a number of Clinton initiatives went on to work at Google, and vice-versa. At least twelve employees from the Clinton Global Initiative, the Clinton Foundation, and the Clinton Health Access Initiative went on to work for Google, while at least fifteen Google employees went on to work for Hillary For America. The list was originally developed by Adam Townsend on Twitter.Here is the list of employees: Peter Albers, former Finance and Operations Director at the Clinton Foundation, before moving to Google Fiber as Head of Partnerships and Market Development in 2015. In 2017, he became Google’s Global Head of Business Development and Head of Americas Retail Partnerships for Google Play Retail. Shannon Jones Newberry, former Deputy Director of Communications at the Clinton Global Initiative, before becoming Communications and Public Affairs Manager at Google in 2012. Jeff Lawi, a former analyst at … [Read more...] about Revolving Door: Dozens of Clinton Staffers Hired by Google — and Vice-Versa
By Madison Iszler, Staff Writer Published 4:09 pm CDT, Friday, August 31, 2018 Paul Lynch is the CEO of Assembla. Paul Lynch is the CEO of Assembla. Photo: Courtesy Of Assembla / Courtesy Of Assembla Photo: Courtesy Of Assembla / Courtesy Of Assembla Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Paul Lynch is the CEO of Assembla. Paul Lynch is the CEO of Assembla. Photo: Courtesy Of Assembla / Courtesy Of Assembla San Antonio tech firm Assembla acquires package manager MyGet 1 / 1 Back to Gallery The San Antonio tech firm Assembla has acquired MyGet, a package manager that will help the startup better protect software developers’ source code. Assembla, founded in 2006, did not disclose the acquisition price. Software … [Read more...] about San Antonio tech firm Assembla acquires package manager MyGet
By Ju-min Park and Jane Chung SEOUL (Reuters) – Months before the first summit between leaders of two Koreas in 2000, South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics Inc <005930.KS> invested $730,000 in Pyongyang’s top computer lab. North Korean programmers there would develop online chess games and food recipes for Samsung to sell outside the North. Samsung quit the business as inter-Korea relations later deteriorated and the lab – Korea Computer Centre – was blacklisted last year for its alleged contribution to the North’s weapons programme. As companies from South Korea to Russia and China again look to cash in on easing tensions with Pyongyang, Samsung’s now defunct businesses in Pyongyang and hundreds of similar failed joint ventures underline North Korea’s status as one of the world’s highest-risk investment destinations. Yet days before the historic meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un … [Read more...] about Peace plays