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2003-10-01 Overseas work shifts from West to East
Doing business is now moving toward the East, thus reversing the usual flow of engineering manpower.
2001-01-01 Familiar faces help overseas EEs feel at home
As more and more companies go overseas for new hires, engineers are stepping in, becoming mentors to minimize the newcomer's bewilderment
2009-05-04 Update: IBM faces union ire
Sparks were expected to fly at IBM Corp.'s shareholders last week, as a union is expected to urge the company to stop cutting and offshoring U.S. jobs.
2003-10-01 Tech careers in Korea show mixed signals
The aftermath of the economic slump had left South Korea with a mixed population of mostly skeptics and only a few optimists.
2003-02-26 Peter Zou: An executive grown under pressure
Peter Zou, Cirrus Logic's director of marketing, believed that overseas life and study has played an important role in his career, although he did not have a clear target when he went abroad
2009-03-25 Mounting layoffs fire up offshoring debate
The offshoring debate heats up with labor groups slamming companies for shipping jobs overseas at a time of spiraling U.S. high-tech unemployment
2004-05-14 Local talents propel India's tech industry
As more multinational companies settle their investments in India, the demand for more capable and qualified manpower will also increase.
2003-10-01 Engineers in Taiwan seek more from work than money
There are more things than financial concerns that Taiwan engineers deem important.
2002-11-01 Don't sell yourself short
Just last year, I received a dozen or more e-mails a day from companies and recruiters looking for developers. Now I am flooded with mail from developers who have lost their jobs or fear their company is in danger of failure, observes EE Times' Jack Ganssle.
2002-09-30 Happy worker: a company's greatest asset
It is one thing for a company to attract people to work for them and it is another to make them stay. To keep a satisfied employee goes beyond attractive monetary compensations and other material benefits.
2008-12-25 Survey reveals downside of globalization on EEs
I>EE Times' Annual Salary & Opinion Survey found that while globalization has delivered tremendous opportunities to the electronics industry over the past two decades, it has cost many engineers in Europe, North America and other developed regions, a world of pain in terms of fewer job opportunities and lower wages
2003-07-29 Outsourcing services put chip designers on edge
The acceleration of overseas outsourcing of information technology services in recent years has some circuit designers worried about the security of their once-sheltered position
2008-06-02 Working on India's analog dream
Notes Anand Valavi of Wipro Technologies, " We want to get to the point where people think if they have some state-of-the-art analog work to be done, India is a good place to do it."
2003-03-14 Taking a different road to the same destination
Professor Shin Dong-Wook of Hanyang University changed his career to teaching so that he can do more creative research into optical communication.
2012-08-31 Renesas president mum on KKR deal, discusses restructuring plan
Yasushi Akao talks at length about his key strategies in increasing profits for Renesas Electronics. His comments came hours after news spread that private equity firm KKR intends to invest $1.27 billion in the struggling Japanese chip company.
2008-01-02 Renesas continues to sharpen its MCU edge
Satoru Ito, Renesas Technology Corp. chairman and CEO, shares his views on the development of the MCU market in Asia, and discusses how he will lead the company to further growth.
2006-09-18 Protecting intellectual property in offshoring craze
Sam Hiedari gives guidelines to reduce IP theft. Developing the safety nets and maintaining them require time, energy and money, but by any measure, it is a worthwhile investment if one wants to truly benefit from the global talent pool.
2003-05-02 Philippines' future engineers dream of conquests
Engineering students from the Philippines voice out their aspirations to go abroad to earn more and learn more technical skills.
2010-05-24 New Renesas chief shares renaissance roadmap
Yasushi Akao, president of Renesas Electronics said the company's priority is to make hard choices, lay out clear timelines and action plans and do all this in barely three months.
2007-09-03 Microsoft sees shift to parallel in 10yrs
Multicore processors are driving a shift to a new parallel architecture for mainstream computers but a parallel programming model to serve those machines will not emerge for five to 10 years, according to Microsoft Corp.
2006-10-20 Microsoft beefs up R&D team in China
Microsoft is planning to boost its R&D division in China by hiring 500 engineers.
2001-04-01 LAN connections: Essential key to 3G wireless
Internet access appears poised to break free from its PC-based wireline model to a future of untethered connections via handheld portable terminals, including notebook computers, etc. This article discusses some of the problems encountered in wireless communication and why enhancements are needed to help this technology evolve.
2001-07-01 Korean engineers seek fulfillment through change
Changing careers has now become a trend for Korean engineers wanting to achieve professional growth and better compensation packages.
2008-09-25 Intel's Barrett criticizes U.S gov't policies
The United States is throwing its future down the drain. That was one of the startling statements from Intel Corp. chairman Craig Barrett, in an interview with Business Week magazine.
2016-05-10 IDT ex-CEO recalls battle with hedge fund investor
Ted Tewksbury, ex-CEO of IDT talked about how he fought back against hedge fund investor Starboard Value for about a year and half, as well as his take on the future of the US chip industry.
2007-01-01 Future engineers see global economy in action
The best way to prepare students to be globally competitive, says Belle Wei, dean of engineering at San Jose State University, is to show them what they're up against.
2013-02-12 Fujitsu, Panasonic confirm fabless chip venture
Fujitsu and Panasonic have announced that they will form an independent fabless chip firm through the merger of their system LSI businesses.
2002-09-30 Engineers eye foreign jobs despite Asian hiring binge
The recruitment outlook for Asia's electronics industry is bright as MNCs seek a foothold in the region. In a bid to lower operational costs and boost supply chain efficiency, electronic makers are investing in R&D and production facilities in Asia, notably China.
2004-03-08 EDA CEOs field provocative questions
In a broad-ranging panel discussion at the Design and Verification Conference (DVCon), moderator John Cooley asked EDA CEOs a variety of provocative questions - and received some spirited responses.
2003-07-15 Down and almost out, but came back a winner
Shi Lei, GM of Shanghai Fudan Microelectronics Co. Ltd, made a name for himself as one of the most prominent figures in China's chip design community for his remarkable work in turning an IC laboratory into a well-respected design company.
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