Glenda Wheeler


Power couple


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LinkedIn careers ahead

The company acquires Careerify, a Canadian start-up that will help automate the referrals process using big data.

My phone ate my life

Thanks to smartphones, the line between work and personal time has all but been erased.

Alibaba invests in Snapchat

The Chinese e-commerce giant's $200 million investment sees Snapchat's value increase to $15 billion.

Connected world is scary concept

Granted, the age of the machine will add in more convenience, but it also comes at a hefty human cost.

How to build an empire

Kim Kardashian's success extends far beyond reality TV and she now has her sights firmly set on taking over the tech world.

Patent lawsuits still in style

Microsoft sues Kyocera over patent infringements regarding the latter's cellphones.

'Bad Apple' fined again

The company has been ordered to pay $532.9 million for the violation of three patents owned by Smartflash.

Telkom's restructuring is short-sighted

The telco's inability to provide a service will only worsen when more staff exit its employ.

Sony keeps them spinning

The company will spin-off its video and audio unit into a separate subsidiary later this year.


And while you're at it, bring back the transparency and accountability as well.

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