“BlackBerry blackouts” aim for life/work balance

“BlackBerry blackouts” aim for life/work balance
OTTAWA (Reuters) – It may be wishful thinking, but a Canadian government ministry has sent out a directive to its employees urging them to relax and not to use their BlackBerry smartphones at night or on weekends and holidays.[Lees verder]

Microsoft bids $44.6 billion to buy Yahoo
SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp offered to buy Yahoo Inc for $44.6 billion, in a bold bid to transform two ailing Internet businesses into a worthy competitor for market leader Google Inc.[Lees verder]

Yahoos fear loss of fun-loving culture
SUNNYVALE, California (Reuters) – Will Yahoos’ yodels be silenced?[Lees verder]

Chinese vent anger online at snow relief efforts
BEIJING (Reuters) – Watch Chinese state television or read the main Communist Party newspapers and the whole nation appears to be pulling together to battle heavy snow which has stranded millions ahead of the Lunar New Year.[Lees verder]

“BlackBerry blackouts” aim for life/work balance
OTTAWA (Reuters) – It may be wishful thinking, but a Canadian government ministry has sent out a directive to its employees urging them to relax and not to use their BlackBerry smartphones at night or on weekends and holidays.[Lees verder]

Microsoft bids $44.6 billion to buy Yahoo
SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp offered to buy Yahoo Inc for $44.6 billion, in a bold bid to transform two ailing Internet businesses into a worthy competitor for market leader Google Inc.[Lees verder]

Yahoos fear loss of fun-loving culture
SUNNYVALE, California (Reuters) – Will Yahoos’ yodels be silenced?[Lees verder]

Chinese vent anger online at snow relief efforts
BEIJING (Reuters) – Watch Chinese state television or read the main Communist Party newspapers and the whole nation appears to be pulling together to battle heavy snow which has stranded millions ahead of the Lunar New Year.[Lees verder]

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