State tech jobs on the rise; Elemental Technologies reveals new investment fund, moves HQ to support growth.
The chipmaker plans to cut jobs in Hillsboro and Aloha.
ENGADGET: Google plans to allow workers to explore passion projects for a fifth of their working hours.
CEO Brian Krzanich said top executives reported “threats” from employees at a conference Friday in San Francisco.
The digital pen maker celebrated a ribbon cutting ceremony yesterday at their new Pearl District offices set to officially open in June.
CNN: The U.S. Department of Homeland Security urges Windows customers to uninstall Apple’s QuickTime.
Inside sources say Intel plans to cut thousands of jobs; the Portland-based video marketing startup Brandlive raised $3.2 million.
Kirk Skaugen, the senior vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group in Hillsboro, and Doug Davis, the senior vice president and general manager of Internet of Things Group in Arizona, announced their departure from the chipmaker giant.
REUTERS: Activist shareholder Starboard Value aims to revamp Yahoo’s board.
Both companies will leave the suburbs and move their headquarters to Pearl West in Portland. Zoom+ is currently based in Hillsboro; Wacom is based in Vancouver.