Telkom acting CEO Jeffrey Hedberg set to leave the company at the end of March
Public Service and Administration Minister, Richard Baloyi, has welcomed the appointment of Blake Mosley-Lefatola as the CEO for the State Information Technology Agency (SITA).
LG Electronics South Africa has appointed a new CEO, Mr. J.M Lee, as part of a global restructuring of the international group’s operations aimed at boosting sales, driving innovation and reducing costs.
Struggling entertainment site MySpace said Tuesday that it is cutting nearly half of its staff worldwide, or about 500 people, after an extensive revamp in October overhauled its look and allowed it to be run with fewer people.
The popular discount coupon site, Groupon, has set its sights on the South African market with the acquisition of a local online business
Sales of personal computers and mobile phones are expected to decline worldwide this year, according to a survey.
We're pretty used to hearing outlandish valuations on internet companies that, if they were people, would be barely out of nappies.
Samsung Electronics said Friday that both sales and operating profit likely rose to record highs in 2010 despite sluggishness at the end of the year amid lower prices for televisions and semiconductors.
This year's Jobs Rated report from CareerCast lists the top 10 best and worst jobs for the year, and nerds have reason to rejoice
With so many investors becoming fans of the company, Facebook will be legally required to begin sharing more information about its finances and strategy by April 2012, according to documents distributed to prospective shareholders.