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IBM CEO Virginia "Ginni" Rometty.

IBM reportedly axed as many as 100,000 employees in recent years because it wanted to appear as ‘cool’ and ‘trendy’ as Amazon ...

A former IBM exec said IBM axed 100,000 employees because it wanted to look “cool” and “trendy,” according to a Bloomberg report.
Wall Street is expecting Jeff Bezos and Amazon to once again report strong earnings results on Thursday.

Amazon’s Q2 misses on the bottom line, and it warned its profit will disappoint again in Q3

Amazon's second-quarter profit fell well shy of Wall Street's expectations, and AWS sales were light. The company also offered disappointing guidance.

A contract programmer faces 10 years in jail for inserting a ‘logic bomb’ into a spreadsheet that caused the company to keep rehiring him

Here's a dark tale of a contract worker who tried to force his employer to remain dependent on him by using a "logic bomb."
Dynatrace CEO John Van Siclen

Dynatrace, a Cisco and Broadcom rival, is going public in an IPO that could raise as much as $300 million

Software company Dynatrace filed documents for a $300 million initial public offering with Goldman, JP Morgan and Citigroup as lead underwriters.
Howard Boville, chief technology officer at Bank of America

TECH EXEC MASTERCLASS: How top tech execs at some of the world’s biggest companies are driving results

The world is changing and corporations are turning to new technologies, from the cloud to artificial intelligence to big data, to keep pace.

This enterprise software startup has VCs literally knocking on its doors to invest, but for now, it’s not interested

The founder of Notion says he's not anti-VC, he just doesn't see the need for it at his startup right now.

7 things you can hire a hacker to do and how much it will (generally) cost

You can hire a hacker to do everything from hijacking a corporate email account to draining millions of dollars from an online bank account.
Manish Lachwani, CEO of HeadSpin

This ex-Googler’s mobile app testing startup is now worth $500 million after only three years

Three-year-old startup HeadSpin just announced $20 million in series B financing. It creates a platform that makes it easier for developers to test mobile apps on actual devices.
Oracle co-founder, chief technology officer and executive chairman Larry Ellison

A huge Amazon warehouse Prime Day outage may have been caused by moving off Oracle’s databases

On Prime Day, one of Amazon's warehouses in Ohio experienced a technical outage. The major reason for this was Amazon moving off of Oracle's databases to its own.

Square, the $30 billion payments company, is finally launching the futuristic cash register it’s dreamed of since day one

On Thursday, Square announced its new product, the Square Terminal, which is an all-in-one card processing device with a svelte new look.