Viglen's financial performance has improved, meaning chief exec Bordan Tkachuk and chairman Claude Littner will avoid Lord Sugar's fearsome finger - which is usually waved about when numbers are down or Apprentice wannabes get the boot.
Um, HOW much did they pay you in the settlement?
Pic Pair cuffed after helicopter chase sparked by Cupertino idiot-tax-avoiding raid
Prime Minister poaches CEO - Gavin Patterson to take his place
Carl Fiorentino bailed for $1m over wire, mail and laundering scams
Upgrade is no 'miracle', sniffs IT analyst
Confirms he's now Dell's largest private investor – short of Big Mike, that is
HP has snatched the reins of its bogged-down global PC and printer biz from exec Todd Bradley, just a year after stitching the units together, as it struggles to compete in the mobile slablet world.
Biz broadband and comms giant Daisy Group has faced a challenging 12 months as its operating losses widened and organic growth stalled.
Survey: Bring your own device, because we sure as hell won't buy you one
ISC 2013 Big Data-supercomputing mash up, coprocessors included
Quadrant Visual Solutions (QVS) has shut up shop after 25 years in business, having succumbed to the oldest business-killer of all: it ran out of cash.
Microsoft is slashing the price on its Windows 8-powered Surface RT tablets to slap the unwanted kit into students' palms.
'How long have you worked here? What do you do? Have a medal'
Major, worldwide retail push begins this summer
Never mind how rich I am, you need HOW MUCH?!
Mutterings tell of another refinance for Azzurri
McAfee Channel Summit Resellers no longer just flogging boxes - now they must offer legal advice
My taxes went to Scotland and all I got was this lousy P45
Zombie lawsuit back and wants to suck the brains out of Linux
Bennett follows through with middle-management cull promise
Former Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein is still proud of the work the ill-fated PDA maker did on its webOS smartphone platform, but when asked if he would have done anything differently there's still one thing that sticks in his craw.
Does it do what it says on the tin? Credit insurance, that is
Someone always pays, sooner or later
Corporate decision-making's got nowt on non-techie MDs
Guess who just tried to break into the warehouse?
Vendors struggling to reinflate the bubble
Hellawell on being 'tight' - and his part in Thatcher's downfall
Retail? We've heard of it