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Apple Employees Confess All The Worst Things About Working At Apple

Apple Employees Confess All The Worst Things About Working At Apple

Not every company is perfect, and Apple is no exception. Former employees have some harsh comments about their time at the tech giant. Read More »

Steve Jobs' Brutal Reaction To News He'd Gotten a Google Employee Fired

Steve Jobs' Brutal Reaction To News He'd Gotten a Google Employee Fired

This emoticon has never looked so evil

New documents show that Steve Jobs, angry over a violation of a non-compete deal, reacted to news that he'd gotten a Google employee fired with a :) emoticon. Read More »

25 Strangest Interview Questions

25 Strangest Interview Questions

These real-world questions prove anything can happen

A look at the 25 most unusual interview questions culled from the Glassdoor database in 2013. Read More »

Google, Apple Involved In Huge Wage-Theft Lawsuit

Google, Apple Involved In Huge Wage-Theft Lawsuit

Emails show tech execs willfully stifled wage competition

A class action lawsuit brought by the Department of Justice alleges that major Silicon Valley companies owe employees an estimated $9 billion in stolen wages. Read More »

What Apple Employees Say About The Company's Corporate Culture

What Apple Employees Say About The Company's Corporate Culture

The food, the fabled secrecy and the control.

Employees dish on what it's like to work at Apple. Read More »

Foxconn Worker Jumps From Factory Amid Job Cuts, Report Says

Foxconn Worker Jumps From Factory Amid Job Cuts, Report Says

In the United States, Apple routinely is ranked one of the best employers. But in China, Foxconn -- the principal manufacturer of Apple products -- has been accused of Dickensian conditions, which have led to a string of worker suicides. On Friday, a Foxconn worker reportedly was so upset about the prospect of... Read More »

Apple To Bring Jobs Back To The U.S. -- And Treat Workers Better

Apple To Bring Jobs Back To The U.S. -- And Treat Workers Better

By Peter Svensson NEW YORK -- "Those jobs aren't coming back." That's what Steve Jobs reportedly told President Obama when asked at a dinner in early 2011 whether Apple would consider moving some of its manufacturing from China to the United States. Jobs' successor, CEO Tim Cook, might have another response... Read More »

Workers' Brawl Shuts Down Foxconn iPhone Factory

Workers' Brawl Shuts Down Foxconn iPhone Factory

By Joe McDonald BEIJING -- The company that makes Apple's iPhones suspended production at a factory in China on Monday after a brawl by as many as 2,000 employees at a dormitory injured 40 people. Read More »

Want To Get A Job At Apple? Here's How

Want To Get A Job At Apple? Here's How

Do you want to wear your favorite jeans, swing from a trapeze in a giant transparent cube, and predict the future? Working at Apple may not be exactly like that, but it's probably the closest you can get. Apple is hiring for a whole host of positions, from engineers at its corporate headquarters to customer... Read More »

Nokia Cuts 10,000 Jobs, Blames Tough Competition

Nokia Cuts 10,000 Jobs, Blames Tough Competition

By Matti Huuhtanen HELSINKI -- Nokia Corp. will lay off 10,000 jobs globally and close plants by the end of 2013, the company said Thursday, in a further drive to save costs and streamline operations. Nokia said it will shut some research and development projects, including in Ulm, Germany, and Burnaby,... Read More »

Apple Assembly Line Gets Pay Raise, Fewer Hours

Apple Assembly Line Gets Pay Raise, Fewer Hours

By Peter Svensson NEW YORK -- Chinese workers who often spend more than 60 hours per week assembling iPhones and iPads will have their overtime hours curbed and their pay increased after a labor auditor hired by Apple Inc. inspected their factories. Read More »

Employees Rank CEOs And Some Grades Fall [Infographic]

Employees Rank CEOs And Some Grades Fall [Infographic]

Think your company has a great leader in charge? Well, plenty of folks at the nation's largest employers believe that -- even when the CEOs have been engulfed in controversy, according to the results of a new employee survey by career website Glassdoor. Employee reviews give Goldman Sachs Group Inc. CEO... Read More »

Apple Has Created Over Half A Million U.S. Jobs, Report Says

Apple Has Created Over Half A Million U.S. Jobs, Report Says

Apple Inc.'s reputation has received a battering in recent months as stories emerged of child labor, forced overtime, minimum-wage violations, unsafe conditions, and suicides at its contracted factories in China. If people are angry about your reliance on cheap, exploited, foreign labor, it's smart PR to... Read More »

Fortune's Most Admired Companies

Fortune's Most Admired Companies

This year marks the 15th anniversary for Fortune's list of the World's Most Admired Companies. In that span only three companies -- GE, Berkshire Hathaway, and P&G -- have ranked first in their industry every time. This year's all-star list is led by tech companies, and Apple takes the No. 1 spot. Read More »

'Apps Economy' Creates Nearly Half Million Jobs In 5 Years, Study Says

'Apps Economy' Creates Nearly Half Million Jobs In 5 Years, Study Says

Americans love their mobile devices. So much so that last year, for the first time ever, smartphones, such as Apple Inc.'s popular iPhone, outsold personal computers. Helping to drive demand are "apps," inexpensive programs that are essentially mini computer applications. Apps are a boon for users who want... Read More »

Corporate Profits Aren't What They Seem

Corporate Profits Aren't What They Seem

By Bernard Condon NEW YORK (AP) -- Is the great profit engine of corporate America running out of steam? While other parts of the economy struggled the past two years, large companies managed to rack up higher profits quarter after quarter. Now reality is catching up with big business. Read More »

300 Foxconn Workers In China Reportedly Threaten Suicide Seeking More Pay

300 Foxconn Workers In China Reportedly Threaten Suicide Seeking More Pay

Working in China's burgeoning manufacturing sector is proving exceedingly tough for many Chinese workers. Long hours and intense pressure to quickly churn out the latest high-tech gizmos destined for overseas markets have led to protests and even suicides among some workers, according to media... Read More »

Apple CEO Tim Cook Could Top Pay List In 2011

Apple CEO Tim Cook Could Top Pay List In 2011

By Ryan Nakashima LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Tim Cook could well end up being the highest paid CEO in America in 2011, after Apple Inc. granted him a million restricted stock units last August for taking the reins shortly before co-founder Steve Jobs died. An Associated Press review of a securities filing shows... Read More »

10 Most Reputable Companies [Infographic]

10 Most Reputable Companies [Infographic]

As the recent recall woes of Toyota Motor Corp. have shown, companies flourish or flounder largely on reputation. A high-profile recall -- or series of recalls, as in Toyota's case -- can sully an otherwise polished and carefully crafted public image. That hurts not only a company's business but can also take... Read More »

Top 10 Highest-Rated Companies Hiring For 'Big Data' -- Report Card

Top 10 Highest-Rated Companies Hiring For 'Big Data' -- Report Card

For the past year or more the term 'Big Data' has been spreading like wildfire, and as a result, companies are investing in Big Data and hiring all sorts of specialists to support it. Read More »

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