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NEW YORK: Silicon Valley technology giant Oracle Corp has hired Mark Hurd, the former chief executive of Hewlett-Packard Co (HP) who resigned amid a scandal, as president.
SAN FRANCISCO: Yahoo Inc.'s turnaround effort wavered in the second quarter as the Internet company's paltry revenue growth overshadowed a surge in net income.
Road Safety Dept director-general DatukSuret Singh fields the 10 questions posed tohim by our readers.
Harmandar Singh opines that advertising is not a top down business.
NEW YORK: Facebook is redesigning its site yet again, this time to better emphasize applications, games and search.Links and items have moved around the home page as Facebook tries to streamline navigation and make games and apps stand out more.hr noshade size=-1 width=50%>
NEW YORK: Facebook is redesigning its site yet again, this time to better emphasize applications, games and search.
PETALING JAYA: Trying to get half a million subscribers onto its network had been rough for Tune Talk Sdn Bhd in the past five months and it would get even harder with the intense competition in the cellular market, but this celco wants to beat its own internal target of having one million subscribers by the end of August.
SAN FRANCISCO: Yahoo Inc. moved further down the road to recovery in the fourth quarter as online advertising began to snap out of a yearlong stupor to ease the Internet company's long-running slump.
SAN FRANCISCO: A co-president of software maker Oracle acknowledges he had an affair with a woman he was shown snuggling with on billboards in New York, Atlanta and San Francisco.
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP): Venezuela is at risk of a devastating power collapse as drought pushes water levels precariously low in the country's biggest hydroelectric dam, posing a serious political threat for President Hugo Chavez.