Will India's outsourcing boom ever bust? Video
Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff tells CNET News.com's Charles Cooper about his company's substantial growth last quarter. The interview took place Tuesday in San Francisco.
Symantec CEO John Thompson sits down with CNET News.com security expert Joris Evers to discuss the future of his company. The interview took place on May 17, 2006 in San Francisco.
At the Voice on the Net 2005 conference in San Jose, Calif., outgoing FCC chairman Michael Powell talks with CNET News.com's Charles Cooper in a Face to Face interview about the success of Internet telephony. He also candidly discusses telecommunications mergers and the collapse of long-distance services.
CNET News.com's Reporters' Roundtable reacts to the Infosys CEO's predictions for the future of outsourcing. Hear the group discuss what could happen next.
John Thompson, Symantec CEO, tells CNET News.com's Joris Evers that his company is much more focused on security than Microsoft. The interview took place after Thompson's keynote at Gartner Symposium ITxpo 2006 in San Francisco on May 17.
John Gage, chief researcher and vice president of the Science Office at Sun, interviews wiki inventor Ward Cunningham in Mountain View, Calif., on April 24, 2006. The program took place at the Computer History Museum.
Shifting gears, the recording industry has decided to outsource the job of tracking down people engaging in illegal file swapping to Internet service providers. What's behind the about-face? Charles Cooper speaks with Maggie Reardon on the CNET News Daily Debrief.
CNET News.com's Charles Cooper talks with Rafe Needleman of Webware about how trends now coming to the fore in social networking may soon change how we think about the social Web.
CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari speaks with the CEO of KiteShip, Jeremy Walker, about his company's football-stadium-size kites that help cut 20\r\npercent of fuel and emissions from commercial ships. The interview took place at the California Clean Tech Open competition in San Francisco on Sept. 26, 2006.
Talking to CNET News.com's Charles Cooper, Meetup founder and CEO Scott Heiferman says Meetup is spreading beyond America. The service, Heiferman says, is helping "make the world a friendlier place."