It's been said that Canadians like to see one of their own do well. But not too well.
Stories by Michael MacMillan
He may be about to take on the CEO role at Dell Inc., but current chief operating officer Kevin Rollins said neither his customers nor the industry at large should expect anything different from the Round Rock, Tex.-based IT equipment supplier as a result.
TORONTO (11/11/2003) - B. Ramalinga Raju remembers the day in 1992 when he decided the IT services work he was doing for John Deere & Co. could be better done halfway around the world.
TORONTO (11/03/2003) - Paul Finlayson says the number of recent stories in the media about a shortage of IT jobs have him scratching his head.
TORONTO (10/15/2003) - The day after it was learned that a cow infected with mad cow disease had been discovered in Alberta, officials at Cara Business Operations Ltd. watched as sales at its Harvey's fast food restaurants dropped by eight per cent.
We get a lot of IT-related books and training manuals sent to us here at Computerworld (Canada). So many, in fact, that we’re running out of places to put them.
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