Open source software provider Red Hat has accepted a takeover bid from IBM worth about $34 billion in cash in the biggest software acquisition in history eclipsing Microsoft’s $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn.
IBM will pay $190 per share for the software company, which it described as the world's leading provider
Two men changed, or rather shaped, the personal computer industry and are directly responsible for what it is today. One of the them, the former chairman, and the chief executive officer (CEO), and a co-founder of Apple Inc. Steve Jobs was curiously born in the same year as the other
- COO, Facebook
In June 2012, Sheryl Sandberg became the first woman to serve on Facebook’s board of directors. That same year, she made Time’s 100 Most Influential People list. Prior to her work with Facebook, Sheryl was the chief of staff for the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury
Lenovo is on the verge of diving head first into the chasm of the computer market in Bangladesh. Will it land on its feet victorious, beating the contestants? Regardless, the company is determined to be a pro-active player in the PC and smart device marketplace in the country.
The reason Lenovo
The 1999 historical fiction ‘Pirates of Silicon valley’ is some sort of ‘movie bible’ for the gooey eyed startup nerds who think of starting a massive venture out of garage. It portrays the early life of perhaps the two most influential geeks that set out to do just so-Steve Jobs