Melinda Gates Talks 'Brash' Microsoft Culture In New BookThe book trails her life from Catholic school girl in Texas, to young tech leader at Microsoft; and from her private struggles as the wife of a dominating public icon and stay-at-home mom with three kids, to finding her professional purpose as a champion of women through venture capital and philanthropy.
Walgreens Brings In Microsoft To Help Improve CareThe companies will aim to boost prescription adherence, cut down on emergency room visits and decrease hospital admissions.
Amazon Emerges As Most Valuable U.S. Firm Amid Market TurmoilThe shift occurred Monday after Amazon's shares rose three percent to close at $1,629.51 and lifted the e-commerce leader's market value to $797 billion.
Microsoft To Contractors: Give New Parents Paid LeaveMicrosoft doesn't disclose how many contracted workers it uses, but it's in the thousands.
Illinois Teams Up With Tech Firms To Offer IT Training CoursesThe state of Illinois is teaming up with the private sector to offer people across the state – from every income level – free training in the information technology field.
[Opinion] Few Women Speakers At Microsoft's "Most Comprehensive Technology Event”
This Just In: Bill Gates Does The Dishes Bill Gates does the dishes.
Police Warn Of Bogus Computer Help CallsIf you get an unsolicited call offering help with your computer - hang up.
Non-Profit Seeks To Lead Disconnected Adults Into IT CareersA national non-profit focused on closing the opportunity divide has set up a branch in Chicago.
5 Chicago High Schools To Begin Offering Associate's DegreesMayor Rahm Emanuel is joining Chicago Public Schools officials, the City Colleges of Chicago, and corporate leaders in unveiling beefed up plans for five new high schools that could also offer their students community college degrees.
Microsoft Sues Motorola Over Smart Phone Patents