SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Advanced Micro Devices says it is cutting some 1,400 workers as a weak computer market and manufacturing delays have hurt the world's second-biggest maker of microprocessors for PCs. Read More »
By Laura MacInnis
(Reuters) - President Barack Obama could create millions of jobs by attracting more foreign capital to the United States, helping entrepreneurs and being more aggressive in energy, business leaders said on Monday. Read More »
A new $5 billion-plus manufacturing plant in Chandler, Ariz., along with increased demand, are sending semiconductor giant Intel on a hiring spree of more than 4,000 workers that should last all the way through 2011.
With more than 15,000 workers in Oregon, Intel is already that state's largest private... Read More »
Intel, like most technology companies, is currently hiring. Right now Intel has openings for more than 1,600 technical employees and engineers, both for entry-level positions and for seasoned professionals, reports Fortune. Some of the areas of expertise in demand at the company are circuit design, software... Read More »